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In Fashion on
November 6, 2016

Wardrobe Classics: My Little Green Dress

classic olive sheath dress

Green has never been one of my favorite colors, but this classic olive sheath dress by Karen Scott made me have a change of heart. Its shade of green happens to be the perfect hue, and coming from someone who normally doesn't reach for green, I really like it. The color is not loud or garish and has the same subdued effect of a neutral piece. From its color, length, quality fabric, and figure-flattering shape, this dress is a perfect fit for me.

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In Beauty, Fashion on
October 16, 2016

VIDEO: What’s in My Purse?

The contents of a woman's purse can reveal everything you need to know about her. If you take a peak inside my bag, you'll see that I like my things to be organized in cute, feminine packaging, that I carry enough pens and lipstick for myself and five other people, and that I pack like a Girl Scout on her way to a weekend-long trip. In other words, I like to be prepared for anything and look cute while I'm out and about. My love for handbags started quite early. Ever since I was a little girl, I've been obsessed handbags, especially satchels and totes, the bigger, the better. This past summer, I was on the lookout for a pastel purse that was medium in size yet spacious enough for all the junk I carry every day. I found my perfect match in a pale pink Adrienne Vittadini satchel (find it here). To learn more about my purse essentials, watch this video from my YouTube channel.

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In Fashion on
August 15, 2016

What I Learned by Creating My First Capsule Wardrobe

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Have you ever spent hours trying to find what to wear? Capsule wardrobes have solved that problem for me. Although I didn't actually learn the term until recently, I was already familiar with the concept of building a seasonal wardrobe using a handful of staple pieces. As a high-schooler, I'd watched hours of "What Not to Wear" and be mesmerized by how Clinton Kelly and Stacy London could transform someone's look with just a few pieces, creating multiple outfits. Over the past year, capsule wardrobes have become more trendy and mainstream, and with the help of several fashion bloggers and YouTubers, I've learned enough about capsule wardrobes to finally create my own.

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In Fashion on
July 24, 2016

The Virtuous Woman’s Guide to Style

about My Virtue modest fashion blogWhat’s the first thing you think of when you hear “modest fashion”? I think of barely there makeup, high collars, long sleeves and flowing, ankle-length skirts (because God forbid any woman to wear pants, just kidding). But really, as a Christian woman, there’s not a lot to glean from in the Bible when you’re looking for modest fashion advice or guidelines that address today’s generation. In fact, there aren’t many verses on how the Proverbs 31 woman dressed, except that she wore “fine linen and purple” (verse 22). She was a wealthy woman with the means to purchase elegant clothes for herself and her family, but where do women fit into the equation today? How can we look cute (even sexy, at times) while upholding the standard of modesty our faith requires? I recommend starting with the following guidelines

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