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Gift Guide: Stocking Stuffers For Her

 ‘Twas the fortnight before Christmas and all through the city,  folks were last-minute shopping … and it wasn’t pretty!   Their stockings were hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that the […]

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What We’re Craving Right Now

October was pretty unpredictable when it came to weather, but with November comes the certainty that, even when the sun is out, the cooler temps are here to stay. That […]


Peaks of the Week

Kate started a second job and, after a 65 hour work week, she didn’t manage to catch many exciting moments on camera. She did, however, find time to wind down […]


Quick Style Fixes for the Season Ahead

‘Tis the season for an onslaught of fall fashion articles, each one pulling from the typical autumn vocabulary, everything from earth tones to cozy knits and seasonal layering. It can all become […]


Week of Gift Guides: For the Workaholic

Last year, I guess it made sense that I be the one to focus my efforts on creating a Christmas wish-list for the workaholic, with a career that often calls […]


Week of Gift Guides: For the Fashion Lover

The fashionista, style enthusiast, glamazon on your list can often seem like the most difficult to shop for. She has an eye for fashionable finds, and a unique sensibility that […]


Spring Style Remix

Did you know, Spring is upon us? Or did you miss the incessant Facebook status weather updates, the “signs of Spring” insta photos, the relentless Spring cleaning articles or style […]

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Week of Gift Guides: What Would Martha Do?

1. KitchenAid Boisonberry Artisan Stand Mixer $350 Go big or go home. For anyone who spends a lot of time in the kitchen, this standing mixer is a coveted item. This mixer […]


Week of Gift Guides: For the Fashionista

1. Grace: A Memoir by Grace Coddington $35 Grace Coddington is the fiery, 71-year-old creative director behind American Vogue. Her first day at the magazine in 1988 also happened to […]

Friday’s Fashion Fix

According to me, day one of a new month doesn’t really count. Its more a grace period for each of us to organize ourselves accordingly; flip a new page of […]