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Callie We

of corgis & cocktails - 3 views

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Pansy Lane - 5 views

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    "My name is Hope. I make quite a lot of things, and I like to blog about outfits and books and random adventures. I would probably like to be your friend, so please do email me and say hello!"
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    All of your things have moved. You quit the Pansy Lane so we can't write or request friendship.
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Cincinnati Cape Cod - 1 views

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    "A bona-fide cat lady, homebody, wanna-be writer, and faux extrovert. If I'm not gardening, I'm rehearsing for a local theater production."
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Blog | Bonne Vie - 2 views

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    Hi!  My name is Shawna Bird, but everyone calls me 'Birdie".  I am the "Girl on the Go", a citizen of the world, and the author of Bonne Vie.  I live in Seattle (the Emerald City) and I have my fingers in many pies, including writing, photography, art, music, and business.  I enjoy the process of learning and growing.  I read a lot of books.  I'm always looking for ways to become more productive, to streamline, to innovate, and to shake things up.  I really enjoy writing about fashion and style, beauty, lifestyle tips and events in my area.
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The Nearsighted Owl: Art, Everyday Life, Fatshion, Love, Cats, Thrifting and Owls - 3 views

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    My name is Rachele (pronounced "Rachael"). I am 29 years old and love to draw, crochet, cook and take photos. I have more than a few tattoos and I have been pescetarian for more than a year. I have been married for almost a decade to my high school sweetheart. 
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style is style - 5 views

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    "Fashion is very important. It is life-enhancing and, like everything that gives pleasure, it is worth doing well." - Vivienne Westwood | "
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    Well said.. :)
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    have you tried this ! london-o.com
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fatale fashion - 1 views

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    Well, hi! My name is Ariana, and I'm a twenty-something working girl based in northern New Jersey. I started this blog after weeks of ogling through posts from some fabulous "fatshionistas" all over the blogosphere. I was so inspired by these gorgeous and confident women who show the world you don't need to be a size two to look good that I knew I had to join their ranks. I don't know about you,  but working in an office day in and day out can get beyond dull at times. For me, one of the best ways to spice up my day is to wear something that makes me feel confident, sophisticated and sexy, while still keeping office appropriate of course! When I feel good in my clothes, every coffee run or trip to the printer is another strut down the runway in my mind! I hope Fatale Fashion can serve as a source of inspiration to other women like myself who express themselves through their clothes, as well as a resource for bargains all over the web!
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Fatty Unbound - 0 views

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    I am a fat positive fashion blogger and excessive dresser located in Yorkshire, UK. An avid vintage enthusiast and DIY seamstress with a love for all things thrifted, handmade or on a sale rail, she set up her blog Fatty Unbound in 2009, after becoming frustrated with the lack of budget friendly, body positive, and politically conscious fat fashion blogs. With her blog, she aims to challenge bodily hierarchies and notions of privilege within mainstream fashion circles through a mixture of outfits, strategies, craft tutorials and personal histories, all designed to normalise fat bodies and celebrate body diversity in fashion and beyond.
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Major Must Haves - Blog - 0 views

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    Hello everyone! I'm Tanya, hairstylist and fashion extraordinaire (lol).  I was born and raised in California while my immediate family is from the Central American country of Belize. Growing up in Los Angeles, I have been able to develop my gift in the world of fashion and have become more and more enthused and excited about placing my finger print on upcoming fashion trends.  
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Killer clothes and Fine Cuisine - 0 views

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    Luxirare is a weekly webzine dedicated to clothing and cuisine. At Luxirare, the typical notion of a seasonal fashion show or seasonal "menu" does not exist. Styles and recipes are presented as individual pieces that do not follow a strict theme but rather a flow of ideas. The Luxirare principle is to use the unique mobility of the internet to develop an enticing, unorthodox presentation. A fluidity of information is easily produced because content can be accessed from anywhere at any time. The grassroots feedback system allows and encourages anyone to provide instantaneous feedback. Ideas are presented 1 by 1 so that detailed images can magnify the process or item being presented; this allows for a more intimate interaction between the image and the audience. However, there is a commitment to motion. There are no starts, no stops, no resumption of any discontinued story; just a continual conversation between the creator and the audience. Instead of typical "collections" or batches of ideas which are grouped into "seasons", the goal is to move towards a season-less, collection-less presentation, promoting a constant renewal of thought. The power of the internet to swallow so much into obsolescence is usually considered detrimental. The point here is to use the greatest invention of the 20th century, the internet and the obsolescence associated with it, as an advantage.
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lucylaucht - Home - 0 views

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    My namesake blog is the story of my life in New York and a document of my personal style. Since starting as a hobby in 2010, my site now has a readership of over 87,000 a month and has featured in publications including Grazia Magazine and style.com.  Having started my fashion career in London, a year's travel sparked a wanderlust which led me to Australia, where I discovered a country teetering on the brink of creative explosion. I now live in New York where I work in social and digital media for luxury fashion brands.  
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Looks Good from the Back - 0 views

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    Marianne I like pretty things and when people look at the camera in fashion blogs. After becoming a mom two+ years ago, my body and style started to change, and so, I am left...struggling. And trying on lots of styles that I wouldn't have touched before, because I don't know what works on my body any more. This leads to sometimes hilarious results, and sometimes surprise successes, all of which I am willing to document and post for your enjoyment. My personal style is undergoing a bit of a sea change at the moment. In the past I've leaned towards whimsy, loving anthropologie, Marc Jacobs, Nanette Lepore. However now I find myself wearing more black, grey, khaki. More structure. Since having a baby I can't abide by flowy dresses or tops because they remind me too much of maternity clothing. I would rather wear something structured even if my stomach is not exactly flat. I still love Marc Jacobs and anthropologie, I just like different styles. I would like to build a forever wardrobe of things I will still want to wear in 10 years. Pleased to meet you!
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