Somewhat Sporty…? | STL Baseball Tee + Miniskirt

I highly doubt anyone will ever look at my sense of style and say, “She seems sporty.” Or me in general. No one is fighting to get me on the company softball team. People don’t ask if I caught last night’s game. It’s just not a vibe I give off. And frankly, that’s for good … Read more

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90s Vibes with the Karlie Kloss x Express Collection

The 90s were a confusing time, fashionably speaking. Shoes were made of impractical clear plastic. Accessories were topped with fur for no reason. Both the baggiest of jeans and the most revealing of dresses were in trend. Embroidered bucket hats were a popular headwear option. Despite the weirdness, I’m a huge 90s fashion fan. I was … Read more

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Peplum + Cord Mini Skirt

Every time I go to the mall, the same thing happens: I wander into Anthropologie (‘only for a second!’), meander to the sale section, and find a deeply discounted sleeveless peplum blouse I have to have. My day job is in a very casual office, and a peplum tank with skinny jeans is my favorite workday outfit. … Read more

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The Pattern-Clashing, Texture-Mixing Mad Woman

I keep being asked how I describe my style. Am I edgy? Am I trendy? Am I glamorous? Do I utilize some classic prep tailoring, then pair it with a bit of boho-chic flair? While it’s a totally valid question, it’s not an easy one; I’m a damn writer, and even I think there’s the occasional … Read more

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Throwback Thursday’s Trash or Treasure: The Red Mini-Skirt

In my constant—yet somehow ever-failing—quest for a cleaner apartment, I’ve started boxing up old items to be sold. Hidden in the nooks of our closet and in the bins under our bed, I keep finding piece after piece of high school fashion favorites: band tees, patch-covered hoodies, beaded plastic bracelets. Yeah, back then, those were … Read more

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