Monthly Archives: June 2011

Host[ess] Style

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I’ve been intending to pen a piece about host style and, with the July 4th holiday just around the corner, now is the ideal time. Being a good host/hostess is an integral part of having great style- your home should be a reflection of you, and how you welcome and care for people leaves a… [Cont.]

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Decolletage Details

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                            This bra (introduced to me by my girls at Chelsea) forever solves the problem of ‘what to do about my bra straps showing’. With the Marie Jo Daisy Bra, you want them to show. Available in three styles and eight colors,… [Cont.]

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Got Art?

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One great side effect of moving is an automatic re-prioritizing, both of the things required from a new home (the subject of my article last week), and from old belongings. As I go though this process for the 4th time in my adult life (and getting increasingly better at it), I’m learning what, of my… [Cont.]

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Fabulous Finishes

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In furnishing a home, wood seems to be the de facto material of choice. Readily available, durable, and timeless, it’s no wonder popular stores like Pottery Barn, Crate & Barrel and Restoration Hardware have made an industry around this material. But as the Mile High Style aesthetic maintains, too much of any one thing is… [Cont.]

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Your Home, Your Style

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I love (most) interior designers. The good ones take an aesthetically unlivable space, lacking any cohesive style, functionality, and personality, and transform it into something breathtaking yet livable. And while I would prefer the average person have (or learn) the savvy to do it themselves, I prefer your home reflect someone else’s good taste rather… [Cont.]

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Summer Scarf

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There’s not much I can say about this Marc Jacobs cotton scarf except that it’s fabulous, and will pop best against a white background as the perfect finishing piece for your most casual summer outfit. Oh! And it’s on sale. 🙂

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Readers, this is Goldyn. Goldyn, this is the Mile High Style readership. Located in the LoHi neighborhood of Denver, Goldyn’s goal is to present the ‘progressive designer fashion’ typically reserved for New York City and Los Angeles boutiques. What is ‘progressive designer fashion’? Clothing and accessories by labels you mostly don’t know, but should: Vanessa… [Cont.]

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This. This was almost an ‘It Bag’. As one of the last bags Tom Ford designed before he left the Yves Saint Laurent fashion house, it could achieve cult status based on that fact alone. But there is also a mystique to this bag, derived largely around its [un]availability. Since the seasonal debut (back in… [Cont.]

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The Big Girl Bag

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Those of you familiar with Mile High Style are well aware of my insistence on smart splurging and adherence to quality over quantity. Nowhere is that more important than in the purchase of the investment piece: the ‘Big Girl Bag’. Simply put, a Big Girl Bag comes from a top design house and typically retails… [Cont.]

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A New Service

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I’m adding a new service to my arsenal, one that solves the ever-present, always-annoying packing problem. The problem with packing isn’t simply what to bring, it’s most definitely also what to wear while you’re away. It’s the closet full of clothes and nothing to wear on the smallest scale: a suitcase (or two) full of… [Cont.]

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