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  • Are you into straw purses? At first, I was not into the straw circle purse trend, but now this has become my signature accessory. I get so many question & compliments on this purse so here are my answers:
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▪️You have to travel light because this does open on its own if you carry too much
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▪️Withstands the rain pretty well - so I will be taking this into fall
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▪️To add a french touch, tie a silk scarf around the handle 💕
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You can find this purse (plus similar ones) under $100 in the link in my bio or via by following me on the LIKEtoKNOW.it app @liketoknow.it #LTKunder50 #LTKunder100  #LTKstyletip  #LTKsalealert  http://liketk.it/2wVQl #liketkit
  • Where can I get one of those jobs where they pay you to stay at different resorts every week and take pretty pictures? Asking for a friend 😂
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No but seriously. I need that resort life. I need Vitamin D and vitamin Sea. Who else is a beach babe??
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📸: @lucciaphotos
  • The dinner party of the year with @pixibeauty at @edeninchicago last night celebrating not only their fabulous products but also the wonderful community built around the brand. From the influencers to the everyday users, @pixibeauty has created an atmosphere of care and love 💕 So honored to have been invited in this celebration. Thank you for a wonderful night!
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Have you tried any Pixi beauty products? Which is your favorite? #pixibeauty #pixipartner #thepetitebijou
  • Chicago, my kind of town ❤️ I absolutely love this city in the summer. It’s filled with sunshine, laughter, and love. I’d love to know how many of you are from here or live here? I know I have quite a varied audience. Leave me a comment and let me know where you live! ❤️
  • QUESTION: Is Fashion Week relevant anymore? 👗🤔 Do you like seeing Fashion Week posts from bloggers?
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The other day @jaceyduprie asked her followers a really thought provoking question about whether or not she should attend Fashion Week this year. This amazing post made me ponder my own decision on whether to go or not. A lot of bloggers are asking this question to themselves and to their readers. I'm not alone in thinking: is it even relevant anymore?
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I went back to my journalism days to explore this topic in great detail and present arguments for all sides of the FW dilemma.
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Click the link in my bio to read this post and let me know your thoughts. Is Fashion Week a YAY or NAY for you?
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Are you a blogger? Are you going?
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You can instantly shop this look here: http://liketk.it/2wRPi or by following me on the LIKEtoKNOW.it app #liketkit @liketoknow.it #thepetitebijou
  • Now I turned this @galmeetsglam dress Victorian 😂 Jk, the house is Victorian. Me? I’m just here to show off all the pretty patterns 🌺🌸
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Speaking of patterns, I’d love to know: is there ever such a thing as too much floral? I don’t see many people wearing floral patterns anymore. Thoughts?
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This dress is still available and linked here or in the link in my bio ❤️ http://liketk.it/2wQwv #liketkit @liketoknow.it #LTKstyletip #LTKsalealert #thepetitebijou

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