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July 18, 2008


Perfect. I could not possibly agree more. My grandmother taught me this and it's always stuck with me. She was one classy lady. Thank you for sharing this most important fashion tip!

I am seriously enjoying all of these quotes! Thanks so much for sharing. They are all so very wise.


Great fashion tips!

Nice picture, the quotes rock!!

Oh man, I need this advice.

hip, hip hurray for that tip! i agree and something my european friends are so great at. they have fewer clothes and the pieces they do have are stunning and timeless. i hope we (in the states) catch onto this idea and start supporting independent designers in a bigger way. btw- emily, i've really enjoyed your posts and pictures! *a

I think I love Elizabeth Dye.

For a minute, I thought this was Gwyneth. Such smart advice from such a classic icon. And I do adore this blouse. And skirt. And head piece!

Great suggestions! I'm taking them to heart.

Completely adore the photograph, and couldn't agree more with the fashion tip -- such a fun little series this is turning out to be!

What a breath of fresh air. I get so tired of fashion advice that revolves around accumulating the next "it" item(s)- its a battle you can never win. Better to really enjoy what you have and get more creative with those pieces. Thanks for all these wonderful suggestions.

I LOVED reading these, especially #5. It's quite unsettling to think of all of the funds I've wasted on trendy items over the years. This quote is definitely one I'll strive to keep in mind!

Brilliance! I am loving the Elizabeth Dye posts.

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