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  1. Congrats, kids. We’ve made it to the unofficial start of summer. I spent this weekend pulling out my floral dresses and floppy hats, and this year neck scarves are at the top of my “accessories to try” list, right along with straw bags and statement hats. I’ve been collecting pretty scarves for a while now, and I …

  2. Life has been busy lately. Sometimes, I wake up and have to think about not only what day is it, but what SEASON we’re in. My chronic multitasking skills have been going a bit into overdrive, and when you arrive at airport security without your phone OR wallet, you know it’s time to slow down and …

  3. There are many things only women experience in their lifetime, one of them being the glorious feeling of relief when you remove your bra at the end of a long day. I spent most of my lounging hours bra-free for my adult life, but this habit became a bit harder to embrace once I had a …

  4. As the managing editor of Rue magazine, an online fortress for stylish living, L.A.-based Kelli Lamb has a keen eye for good design – décor, clothing and otherwise. But a few years ago, pre-Rue, deep down the rabbit hole of fast, cheap fashion, Kelli decided to take a clean break from shopping. She gave her credit …

  5. Are you as happy as I am that the one piece swimsuit has made a comeback? Well, they’re here and somehow more coverage seems to be more appealing than less these days. Maybe that’s because I’m past the age of 30, or maybe it’s because the trend reminds me of the glossy pages of a 90s …

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  7. In another life, I would have been a florist. Imagine a career where you’re surrounded by beautiful, fragrant flowers, and you put together things that instantly make someone feel better. I’m sure there have been studies done about why flowers are instant mood boosters. Being well aware that I am no expert on this topic, my …

  8. As a relatively new dad, I feel freedom in my ‘fashion.’ Since we’ve had Auggie, I’ve been able to find and channel my own real adult style, which has always naturally gravitated to ‘dad’.  From a youngster wearing totally ’90s Andre Agassi-inspired sweat suits to a solid ten-year period where I almost exclusively wore Champion crewneck sweatshirts, …

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    One of the great disappointments in life is that we can’t be good at everything. Then again, how boring would that be? It is in our quirks and oddities that our uniqueness shines.   It does, however, take a while to learn to love those quirks. I learned this hard lesson very early after realizing my …

  10. Big gold (and colorful!) earrings are having a major moment– and for good reason. Even though I’m not much of a jewelry person, earrings may become a staple in my accessory wardrobe. They make me feel regal (a la Queen Liz in The Crown) and look fantastic with a turtleneck, pajamas, grungy tee– anything really. They just add …

  11. Even though we’ve had some abnormally warm days here lately in Minneapolis, I’ve been wearing sweaters and 70 degree days can’t stop me! Fall 2016 has brought us so many different sweater styles, so we’ve rounded up the essentials. There’s a sweater for occassion, from sporty to your classic turtleneck. Some spring trends (we’re looking at …

  12. I’ve always liked to run with the boys. In the first grade, I could beat them all in a dash across the 50 yard line. On rollerblades, I ruled the cul-de-sac. Somewhere around the 5th grade, biology made winning playground races more challenging, but it didn’t stifle the tomboy that lived within. I’ve always felt more a woman when …

  13. There’s that old saying, “we all put on our pants the same way: one leg at a time.” While this quote is meant to reflect on what connects us instead of separates us, it makes me think about the rituals we take for granted. So much of our time is spent on autopilot, our minds elsewhere …