The Savvy Girl’s Guide

How To Whiten Your Teeth At Home

Now that I’m playing the role of working mom with a seven-month old, I relish whatever “me” time I get to sneak in between photo shoots and swim lessons.  Whether it’s every couple of months to get a hair cut or even just a new lip color, it’s the little things in self-care that go a long way to making me feel a little more done.  When Crest asked if I wanted to try out their Crest 3D White Whitestrips Luxe Supreme FlexFit I jumped at the opportunity.  Two weeks to a much whiter smile?  Absolutely! …

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The Savvy Girl’s Guide To Your Daily Cup of Joe

We here at The Effortless Chic are huge coffee lovers, we travel great distances for our favorite barista or caffeinated beverage. I thought I was quite the coffee addict until hearing that Teddy Roosevelt was the greatest American coffee drinker… consuming a gallon a day. Pretty impressive, right?  Being an avid coffee drinker may say one thing about you, but what you specifically order is even more telling. We decided to talk to our favorite baristas across LA to find out what your preference says about you.  Their answers were …

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The Savvy Girl’s Guide to Traveling over the Holidays

Am I the only one who absolutely loves being at the airport? I love the idea that you’re completely unknown surrounded by tons of strangers. You can make up their extravagant life story slash travel adventures, all while everyone around thinks you’re simply listening to Christmas music in your earbuds. I must admit, though, when I think about the airport during the holiday season, one word comes to mind… stress. I chatted with Leigh from Jetsetter to get the inside tips on how to have your airport experience run as smoothly …

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The Savvy Girl’s Guide to Hosting a Stress-Free Party

I don’t know about you guys, but I (Blair) feel like the holidays are so close I can taste the champagne and smell the pine of the Christmas tree already! My best friends from home (we have all remained besties since 6th grade!) and I have a tradition of getting together every year over Christmas time. It’s the ONE and only time of the year that we are all reunited in the same city. During our college years, this usually meant an excuse to drink cocktails and gossip about boys, but now that we are getting a little older (and more …

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