wear this there: lewis barbecue.

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throw us a bone — we’re craving some good ol’ BBQ. you’ll need an outfit that can get down with a serious rack of ribs for this week’s WTT, because we’re taking you to lewis barbecue in charleston, south carolina, recently featured on rue. hold the clichés. while master of barbecue john lewis is whipping up classic american carnivore favorites,... 
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wear this there: the cold pressed juicery.

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we’ve long been looking for our very own emerald green city, and it’s possible that amsterdam’s coolest juice bar, the cold pressed juicery, is the urban version. just as fortuitous as the one in Oz, this little stop in is brimming with good juices and enough eye candy to curb your hunger. a minimalist meets statement makers dream come true, we would wear... 
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a visit to sacramento.

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hi everyone, maia mcdonald from Bitte here, dropping in to share my new hometown, Sacramento. One of my favorite things about moving to a new city is being able to explore and uncover all the local gems. The places you can’t find anywhere else, the small shops, restaurants, artists and makers that make a place unique. Since moving to Sacramento a little over a year ago to... 
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wear this there: el kabron.

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talk about a view that can take your breath away, el kabron looks out on bali at its best. the spanish style restaurant and beach club in pecatu, bali is a no-miss for those passing through. tapas and a lounge chair is the selling point, the stunning photos you’ll snap while poolside are just a perk. we suggest an outfit that will sit just right with the scene, so an... 
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wear this there: maiden lane.

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a restaurant based on fine tinned european seafood sounds curious enough to heighten our hunger senses, but pair it with good interiors, and our aesthetic tastes are grumbling. this would describe new york’s restaurant maiden lane. moving into the famous life cafe (yes, the one from rent), the spot is reminiscent of a chic seaman — we may have just made up that a genre... 
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