Posts By: Liz Finkelstein

Summer’s Best Tank!

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Not much needs to be said about this Calypso St. Barth linen hi-low tank: it’s linen, it’s lovely, it’s light, and it’s available in super versatile white and navy as well as bold turquoise blue. Dress it down for daytime with denim cutoffs or up for night with white jeans and a metallic heel.

Loving Lululemon!

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Blog Update: Over the last 4 months, my blogging has taken a back seat to the design + development of the new www.milehighstyle.com. There have been many (too many) hiccups, but progress is being made and I’ll hopefully have it ready by mid Summer with updated pages, device compatibility, and an amazing Before + After feature!… [Cont.]

3 Reasons To Hire A Personal Stylist

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When it comes to signing new fashion clients, my biggest obstacle is neither the sartorial climate of our ‘worst dressed city’ nor the proliferation of new ‘stylists’*, flooding the industry with competition…. It’s this: ‘I have no place to wear anything stylish/dressy/fabulous’. I’ve addressed this matter here, but rather than convince you that being stylish… [Cont.]

With Gratitude.

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As a one-woman enterprise over the last 7 years, I’ve come to understand that I am only as good as the people who work with me. A New York City babe, I am brassy and bossy and know that actualizing my vision can be challenging work. This post is a grateful THANK YOU to the following people… [Cont.]

Doggy Style

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Like many Colorado residents, I am very dedicated to my dogs. I have special wood steps allowing them access to my (and their) bed, my shower was specifically designed to accommodate a detachable head (for bathing), and the car remains filled with hair and Mt. Sanitas dust no matter how often it’s cleaned. However, one place that… [Cont.]

Transparency In Design

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Over the last 6 years working in interior design, I’ve realized that the worst stereotype of the industry does still apply: interior designers make you spend too much money. What’s worse is the corollary: interior designers make you spend too much money so they can make more money. While this is not true of all… [Cont.]

5 Interior Design Trends That Need To Go

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Disclaimer: All the things I’ve listed below I’ve happily incorporated into my work over the last 6 years. As I write this post, I am working on a project featuring a custom built-in day bed, upholstered in tones of taupe, white, cream and grey (with green) and featuring industrial accents. If you look through my Portfolio,… [Cont.]

Artist Spotlight: Will Day

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Boulder is a small enough town that you begin to hear the same names over and over again, and one name I’ve heard a lot in the last few years is Will Day. Will is an contemporary abstract painter, and a very talented one at that; I’m thrilled to include him in this series because… [Cont.]

Happy Holidays from Goldyn!

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Denver’s top boutique, Goldyn, is offering a generous promotion for this holiday season, with 20% off anything in the store (and online!) This might be the perfect time to add The Woods Fine Jewelry (pictured below) to your list for Santa. Other recommendations include a Kristen Hatgi print, or this fabulous Apiece Apart long knit… [Cont.]

Winter GIVEAWAY!!

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If you’ve worked with me and are familiar with this blog, you know of my affinity for Chan Luu scarves. BCL*, I’d tried every make of designer scarf: Burberry, YSL, Faliero Sarti, Calypso to name a few but once I tried Chan Luu, I never looked back. So for this Winter, I am giving one… [Cont.]