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GET THE LOOK :: WESTERN-STYLE FRINGE

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Western style has been slowly creeping back into closets the past year or two, but I think it’s safe to say that the look has become a full-on trend at this point, with cowboy inspired ankle-boots, bolero hats, and – of course – plenty of fringe… The good news? You don’t have to look like a […]

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GET THE LOOK :: DRESS UP YOUR {TIE} DYE

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Growing up, if you had told me that I’d be back into tie-dye I wouldn’t have believed you for a second. But, thanks to the whole shibori trend, I’m totally digging on many of this print in many ways. However, as a city girl, what I’m really loving are the pieces that you can actually dress […]

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  1. Melissa

    So sad that the dress you’re wearing from Nordstrom is already sold out in the petite sizes! I bookmarked the dress the other day and should have bought it!

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  2. Eryn

    LOVE! I’ve always been scared of tie dye. I know, I know. It’s silly. That look with the Gold’s Gym tank has me dying for some! And seriously regretting disposing of my Thakoon for Target dress. ALAS.

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INTERIOR ENSEMBLE // v.2

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In our first post of this new ‘Interior Ensemble’ series, I mentioned that we sort of stumbled onto this concept when putting together outfits to shoot within our friend Tamara Codor‘s loft. So, this second ensemble was something we had put together before even getting in the space. Is it an exact interpretation of this […]

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GET THE LOOK :: THE WHITE SHIRTDRESS

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There aren’t many pieces in the closet more classic than the white button-up – that I think we can all agree on. But how are you all feeling about the white shirtdress? I remember seeing Leandra bravely rocking hers at fashion week last September and thinking… I love it. But, it takes some guts (and […]

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  1. mikky

    What timing with this post. This weekend I was watching an interview with an older actress who was wearing one of these with black nylons and all I could think was that it looked like she is missing her pants and when she stands up her undies will show!
    I think a belt would go a long way, however, I do like the one maneater is wearing, the bow is very cute and makes it look more like a dress.
    :)
    mikky
    http://www.todaloos.com

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    1. Cassandra LaValle Post author

      I’m totally with you – and black nylons would make it look even more strange in my opinion! They are tricky and need to be done really well. The problem with a belt, of course, is that it shortens an already short piece, but there are some nice, longer ones that look less like a large shirt and more like a purposeful dress, which is what I’d lean towards – especially if you’re on the taller side!

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WHAT TO WEAR :: LEATHER FOR SPRING

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You guys. I have become a total leather addict this winter. I love the edgy vibe it brings to every outfit. I live in my leather jacket these days. But, most of the leather pieces I own won’t be working with warmer weather approaching… so I employed the talents of my friend, personal stylist, and Le Curate co-founder, Sara […]

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  1. Acanthus Nichole

    What a great shoot! I love the concept of Le Curate also, especially for people like myself who sometimes need a nudge in a different direction to try when it comes to personal style.

    That leather bustier is way badass. My favorite look for sure. xo

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      1. Cassandra LaValle Post author

        ahhh, thanks sweets. i’m glad you like it because it was the one i was most nervous about! the space isn’t my new loft (i WISH!) but is just down the street from mine. i want to steal it and everything in it. just wait until you see the rest!!

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  2. Uncle Beefy

    Girl. GURL!!! Child, you werked it OUT! Amaze! The clothes! Those shoes! Your gams! And, c’mon, your derriere in those jeans?!! Get OUT! Now, can I have that disco ball? xo

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  3. Desirae

    Black jeans are my go to almost everyday. I love them paired with that cute leather jacket and hat! I can’t wait for this dreary weather in Seattle to go away so I can break out the flats and booties! Gorgeous pictures!

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  4. Cindy from Shed

    You look gorgeous. I actually bought a black leather jacket this past weekend in Boston. I had wrist surgery and had a cast on so could only try half the jacket on. Bought it with my fingers crossed. Cast came off today. Raced home and tried it on. Perfect! Love it! If the northeast ever warms up I may actually get to wear it. Great post!

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