Transitional style
September 10, 2018

Transitional Season Dressing

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The most challenging time of year for dressing, particularly in Arizona, is the transition from summer to fall. The calendar says September, and we know fall is almost here, but the temperature is still over 100 degrees. What should we wear? Read on and I’ll provide you with tips on
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Woman & camera
July 28, 2018

The Long View

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During these hot summer months as I’m working with clients, I hear many of them lament the need to “look better” (translated as lose weight, exercise more, get toned, etc) for upcoming family reunions, getaway vacations or special occasion events. Although a worthy goal, my first thought usually goes something
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June 20, 2018

Style Sticker Shock

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Most of us experience sticker shock. We go to buy a couch, a new car, a refrigerator or concert tickets and gag when we see the price. Income level may affect our shock threshold, but all socioeconomic levels experience being stunned by the price of something they want to buy.
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woman summer hat
May 26, 2018

Dressing for the Summer Heat

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Dressing for the hot summer months is about feeling cool and looking cool, in terms of both temperature and style. Whether you live in dry or humid summer conditions, lightweight, breathable fabrics in light colors are the perfect way to stay as comfortable as possible, and look stylishly in-season. The
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Savvy traveler
April 25, 2018

Traveling In Style

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Packing for travel is a critical element to a successful trip. Whether you’re traveling to the coast to escape the summer heat, planning a long anticipated trip to Europe, or hitting the road to visit family and friends, packing effectively is key. Because I’m a stylist and personal shopper, I’m
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White fringe tank
February 21, 2018

Spring/Summer Trends 2018

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If you love fashion that is fun, feminine and refreshing, you’re going to love the trends for spring/summer 2018! Just remember, you don’t need to fill your closet with all of these looks, but rather incorporate select trends that suit your personality, body shape and lifestyle. Here is what’s in
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