counting sheep // summer work wear

Here in Miami, summer is in full swing. When it’s not raining, its 93 and sunny by noon. Indoors, air conditioning is cranked up to compensate for the killer heat. Needless to say, dressing for work becomes quite an interesting obstacle! Your best bet? Dress for the heat and bring a sweater along.

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vintage beach vibes & free clothes for you!

Some days, when I wake up and decide what to wear for the day, I channel a mood. It’s not secret I love comfortable pieces, but I love a look that is casual and also quietly glamourous. Enter this outfit: oversized sunnies, a polka dot jumpsuit, a bold lip, and those distant Art Deco umbrellas to complete the look. But, even a glam vintage look has to have something to bring it back to my style… hence the bare feet. :)

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classic pieces + a timeless smile

When you think about filling a closet with items that are “timeless,” what do you think of? You can rattle off the wardrobe staples like the little black dress, a great pair of jeans, a cozy white sweater. Taking it further, you want a structured handbag, a great heel, a chic flat…the list goes on. But one of the things that looks classic, timeless, and forever in style is something you might not have thought about: a beautiful¬†smile.

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seeking the perfect smile with invisalign

Like a lot of people, I had braces as a teenager. Also like a lot of people, I didn’t do much in the area of wearing my retainers after my braces came off. That’s why, a decade later, I’m embarking on a new adventure: Invisalign. While my teeth aren’t terrible, they are crooked enough to bother me. I find myself generally “smizing” in photos rather than smiling, because when shadows hit my teeth at certain angles they look quite bad, in my opinion. Like other bones in your body, teeth age. They move, they shift. Now, at age 30, it became clear to me that my teeth were only going to continue to move, and it was time to do something about it.

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