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DIY // Norah’s 1st Birthday Party

Long before Parker turned one, I made a deal with myself that I wouldn’t publish the party pics to the blog.  Not because the thought hadn’t crossed my mind or because I lacked enthusiasm about the upcoming milestone, but I knew if I was shooting it and sharing it here that I would stress about each and every detail rather than being able to kick back with a margarita and enjoy that fact that we had made it to that first birthday– something I had really been looking froward to doing!  All of that to say, I feel like we …

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20 Best Clogs for Fall

Hi friends!  Allow me to introduce my latest obsession, the clog.  It is as if, after years of suffering through the slenderest and highest of heels, the fashion gods of fall finally decided to throw our feet a bone.  This is seriously the most all-purpose type of shoe you can own.  You can wear them with skinny jeans and a casual tee or sweater, you can wear them with a dress, and you can wear them skinny black pants and a drapey top.  Also, you know those flared-leg jeans that are newly back in style?  A clog is the perfect shoe for …

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Where to Eat in Los Angeles // Birch

In a city full of so many great eats, how’s a girl supposed to choose where to have her next meal?  New restaurants pop up every week coupled with the fact that we are almost always craving our tried and true neighborhood favorites.  So, friends, we’re doing the leg work for you and trying some new-ish spots that have been conjuring up quite the buzz.  Our first stop in our new series is Birch.  In an unassuming spot on Cahuenga in the heart of Hollywood, Chef Collins (the chef de cuisine from Melisse ) is cooking up rich, …

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On The Road // New York

New York City.  Where to I even begin?  I was 18 and a freshman in college when I first stepped put into The Big Apple, but it was love at first sight.  I loved the energy of the city.  The diversity.  The endless things to do.  The food.  Oh my gosh, the food.  I went back twice a year throughout college to work at fashion week, but when it came time to relocate after graduation I headed west instead with my sights set on Los Angeles.  I may never call NYC home, but I do take advantage of every excuse I get to pay her a …

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