tuesday’s girl: emerson fry.


the emerson fry shops are open, and i for one am slightly panic-stricken. i pretty much covet the whole fall line, and would love to have any one of the lovely pieces from their collection adorning my body. sign me up for the sumptuous slippers, golden lennon boots and that Signature Emerson Leopard print coat on Belgian linen — i love everything single thing from emerson... 
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tuesday’s girl: imogene + willie.


imogene + willie is a denim company based out of a renovated old service station in Nashville, Tennessee that i’ve only recently discovered. they’ve just announced the launch of their Autumn 2012 women’s collection, and i am overall, well just quite smitten. the imogene + willie owners Matt and Carrie Eddmenson are extremely passionate about creating quality... 
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tuesday’s girl: hanging out.


sometimes clothes look pretty before we even put them on our backs. like an art form, they don’t need to adorn our bodies, they just look great all on their own. like these collections from some of the fashionistas featured on the coveteur. i probably couldn’t get away with many of these looks, but that doesn’t mean i can’t dream up my own versions... 
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tuesday’s girl: blending in.


some days, i’d just like to wake up and throw on a uniform. i like to blend in. call me shy, or whatever. as a blogger working from home, i practically do that already, but hey — you do not want to see that uniform. trust me. but starting with some basics, and then adding some print and pattern, perhaps that maybe would make for a unique and interesting uniform.... 
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tuesday’s girl: industry of one.


well, this is just one very rad site. bri tweeted about miss moss, who featured amy merrick’s amazing feature on industry of one, and six degrees of separation later i was hooked on this site! i love the internet. and i love industry of one — a fashion documentary of sorts, it’s a periodical on what one wears to work created by Adam Patrick Jones and Rachel... 
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