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Black Friday – Holiday Party Favorites

November 24, 2017
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Post Thanksgiving treats happen when you’re in that turkey coma, or still nibbling on leftovers, right? So what comes next? The very, merry ho-ho-holidays are here, and as quick as you can snatch up that tree, you realize that you’ll need a fancy little number to slip on, as you take on those holiday parties in style. Here are some of my favorite holiday items, that I’ve found on Black Friday super sale for you today. Take advantage of these spicy deals, and style your little heart out. I hope you had a fabulous Thanksgiving, loves!

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Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel

Cranberry Crush For a Day in Versailles

December 4, 2016
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When Grant and I met, we dated long distance for several years. He lived in Kentucky, and I was here in NYC. I would visit his hometown in Kentucky on the weekends. One day, as he drove me around, I noticed a sign that said Versailles. “Hey, you brought me to France,” I teased. Little did I realize, that there’s a Versailles in Kentucky too. I was caught in a daydream, as we drove. Wouldn’t it be oh-so-lovely to visit Versailles in France together one day? It would be quite the dream.

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Gearing up for NYFW Styled in Eliza J Outerwear

February 10, 2016
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We are at it again. New York Fashion Week kicks off this week. Designers and models take the runways, showcasing their latest collections, while crowds of fashionistas, editors and photographers take over New York City to check out the scene. Fancy soirées are planned to honor the celebration, and we spend a week straight dining on champagne and macarons. If you are lucky enough, you’ll find some real food.

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Fashion

Style Your Winter Blues With Faux Fur Favorites

February 3, 2016
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Color combinations can be tricky, especially when piecing together your look. I don’t know about you, but I often have moments of hesitation. Does this color really work with this one? Ok, I’m not so sure, but can I make it work? When I’m creating my looks I stick to a few rules. Am I using a cool color palette or warm palette? Does the color look good with a contrasting hue, such as black? I try different options to see if they work, and usually photograph them as I go along. I always trust photos instead of my eyes.

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Must Haves

Must-Have Holiday Party Dresses

December 10, 2015
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‘Tis the season for holiday parties and it’s time to get fancy. There are oh so many glamorous dresses to choose from and lucky for you, I’ve found a few favorites that you may love. From sequins to beading, off the shoulder and midi dresses, there are some great pieces out there. The colors this season are bold and beautiful, with scarlet red, emerald green, and brilliant blue, or there’s the classic, sophisticated black option. Check out these beauties to wear to your holiday soirée, and let us know what dresses you like best. Cheers to a fabulous holiday season. Celebrate in style. Lots of love from NYC. xx

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Fashion

Color Coat Your Fall Look With Eliza J Outerwear

October 26, 2015
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All black everything. I can only take it for so long. I begin the Fall season embracing the color, and by February, I want to cry. Sure, there are days when I feel amazing in a little black dress, or leather skirt, however after awhile it can feel like a uniform. If you’re like me, and you crave color, I’ve come up with a few great ensembles to lighten and brighten your fall wardrobe, while still looking appropriate for the season.

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Fancy In Fall Fur Featuring Eliza J Outerwear

October 18, 2015
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We just closed out a beautiful Fall weekend in NYC. The air feels crisp, the leaves are beginning to turn, and I can’t go anywhere without a warm cup of hazelnut coffee; mainly to keep my hands warm. We strolled through Central Park this weekend per usual, and as I looked up, the leaves fell from the trees and gracefully floated to the ground in an array of fall colors.

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