Monthly Archives: August 2010

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  Rarely do designers get it *exactly* right. Meet Christy Lea Payne. A mainstay of the Sundance Catalogue, you may recognize her designs from Boulder’s celebrated Chelsea Boutique. With unparalled attention to detail, CLP designs blend a Western earthiness with enough sophistication to make the most glamorous city girl swoon. Her lines are versatile in… [Cont.]

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Meet The Armoire

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Armoires have been very relevant to my style life, as of late.. Between the stores I mechandise and the clients I consult, the armoire has become the de rigueur piece for storage and display. Dating back to the 17th Century (before the walk-in), they were standing closets in palaces and castles. Today, if you have… [Cont.]

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Wallets are the perfect place to go over the top. We are generally ‘meh’ on PRADA accessories, but this wallet? Paillette *and* camouflage? Yes please.

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Fall Transition Tips

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It’s finally time. I’ve been in a holding pattern with Fall because I’m still so in love with Summer and all it brings in the way of fashion: bright colors, beautiful patterns, and feminine fabrics all strategically draping tan limbs and fresh faces. I wasn’t ready to think about knitwear. But spending an hour each… [Cont.]

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It’s a Jungle Out There!

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Leopard print is among Fall’s biggest new trends- followers of Mile High Style know that I have always loved animal print accessories and since it is trend now, you’ll have a much wider selection to choose from. Here are the best I’ve found for the upcoming season:         These flats from JCREW’s… [Cont.]

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Office Elegance

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There was a time, not too long ago, when I scoured the internet for a simple bulletin board that didn’t resemble what you see in a 5th grade classroom. I even contemplated making one homemade, Martha Stewart style. Within the last year, they are everywhere and offices are the better and cleaner for it. Put… [Cont.]

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Scent Specific

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Scent is a powerful emotional and psychological sensation. Retail superstar Barney’s New York (supposedly) pumps a subtle fragrance throughout their stores. The effect? Happy shoppers (who, the theory goes, will spend more freely.) Just as people can have a signature scent, so can a home. Homes that smell lovely make us feel good, comfortable and… [Cont.]

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