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3 WINTER TRENDS YOU CAN STILL WEAR IN SPRING

Date: Posted on Category: Fashion, Outfit, Tips/Trends

After months and months of turtlenecks and hefty coats, I’m still in turtlenecks and hefty coats… This time of the year always presents the battle of buying new spring clothes you can’t wear just yet or winter clothes that will live for an extremely short period of time. If you have the same problem, here are the winter trends you can still wear in spring.

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HOW TO EXPERIENCE PARIS LIKE A LOCAL

Date: Posted on Category: Fashion, Inspirations, Travel Location: ,

This isn’t my first time hanging out in Paris, but it was my first experiencing Paris like a local. By local, I’m referring to taking public transportation, going cafe and rooftop hopping, and avoiding the hotels. It was one of the best travel adventures ever.

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PACKING LIST: 5 FABULOUS WINTER GETAWAYS AND WHAT TO WEAR

Date: Posted on Category: Inspirations, Outfit, Travel

As I was putting the final touches on my holiday shopping list and clinching those last minute gifts, I stumbled upon some gorgeous resort pieces at Gilt like this elegant jumpsuit and floppy hat. I know how important it is to stop and unwind especially during such a chaotic time of year, so I wanted to share 5 fabulous winter getaways and what to wear.

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COMFY WINTER AIRPORT LOOKS FOR YOUR HOLIDAY TRAVELS

Date: Posted on Category: Fashion, Inspirations, Travel

One of the joys of traveling from NYC in the winter is landing in a completely different climate. But let me assure you that comfy winter airport looks are doable. I’ll be sharing a few of my secrets for achieving that today.

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10 FUN THINGS TO EXPERIENCE IN MEXICO FOR DAY OF THE DEAD

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Day of the Dead is the perfect time for a trip to Mexico because you can experience all the different ways this special holiday is celebrated from the complex face paintings and costumes to the parades. It gives you a full sense of what Mexican culture is really like! I was able to spend my time in Mexico City and Oaxaca, and I’ve learned that there are so many fun things to experience in Mexico for Day of the Dead.

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