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5 WINTER STREET STYLE LOOKS TO TRY RIGHT NOW

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I woke this morning in a total winter funk… typical for this time of year. Not that I can complain – the sun is shining today, and we haven’t had a drop of snow on the ground! But, I’m simply not a winter person. But – c’est la vie. We do have a few more months to get […]

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    1. Cassandra LaValle Post author

      Thank you for such an awesome compliment! I’m not very good at motivating myself to get into a dress in the middle of winter, and I don’t expect most people are either – I like to keep things real and attainable! So I appreciate you noticing!!! xo

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  1. Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

    I think I could really hop on the short sleeved sweater bandwagon! What I really need to work on is perfecting my layers. I have a bunch of coats, but they aren’t coats that I can wear on top of each other, so I need to work on that aspect of my wardrobe. For now, all I can afford to worry about is which items of clothing will keep me the warmest! I aspire to one day dress as well as these stylish women :P -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

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    1. Cassandra LaValle Post author

      well my dear, you can add those but how are you supposed to know what to wear under if i just show a bunch of bundled up girls in each photo!? also, there are those whose ‘winter’ is a balmy 65. so a little of something for everyone, eh?

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THREE WINTER COCKTAILS, ONE WHISKEY.

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One of the greatest challenges of entertaining is coming up with a signature cocktail that appeases the pickiest of drinkers. Those who prefer something sweet and those who prefer something strong will likely never agree on just one drink. Which is why it’s much easier to pick one spirit and find different ways to serve it – […]

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WINTER WREATH MAKING WORKSHOP

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If you’ve picked up the December issue of Real Simple, you may have seen a familiar name in there… (mine) referring to a little holiday tradition of foraging for items on winter hikes to add to our store bought wreath. Well, after spending a day with McKenzie Powell – a good friend of mine and […]

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  1. annette

    What a pretty workshop, I really love that space, and think fondly about our time there with you. Happy Christmas and all the best in the New Year, I hope our paths cross in 2015 xx

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  2. franki

    Beautiful wreaths…and…they “aren’t just for Christmas.” Looking at fresh green wreaths embellished with “what’s on hand” is so…right!! franki

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A WHIMSICAL WONDERLAND TABLETOP

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It’s funny how holidays can evoke a certain mood from year to year. Last Christmas, I was in the mood for sophisticated, wintery glamour with a frosty, table of white, burgundy and gold. But this year? I’m all about joy in the form of color with this Christmas tabletop inspiration we created around these adorable bottle-brush trees in shades […]

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  1. Teri

    I was just admiring those trees at Anthro! What a gorgeous table setting. There was a tutorial over on Beautiful Mess this week to DIY bottle brush trees. It was pretty cute…

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  5. E

    Wow. Those are some pricey trees. There are a couple hundred dollars worth on that table. Seems like a terrible waste of money.

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MY THANKSGIVING TABLE INSPIRATION…

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Two things have providing inspiration for a simple, organic Thanksgiving table this year – and if you follow me on instagram, then you already know what one of them is! These bunches of cotton branches. And if you’ve been reading the blog, then you might recognize the other one from my November moodboard – black and white buffalo plaid. […]

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  1. Monika

    What a beautiful table setting! Lovely color combination, simple and stylish. Perfect timing, too. I recently bought some cotton branches and just didn’t know what to do with them. You gave me perfect inspiration. Thank you!

    With Love, Monika

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