MARCH ROUNDUP: All my looks from March!!!

This was a big month! Not a lot of outfit posts, because, let’s face it– March isn’t the most exciting time to buy clothes, but we do have the chance to reflect on New York, Milan, London, and Paris Fashion Weeks! With Spring in the air, you will see some more outfits from me this April! Yay! Bring on the warm weather!!! Photo Credits: Anne Yarbrough Photography

March 1st: What I Wore – Raccoon Sweater + Mustard Cords
Sugarhill Boutique Raccoon Sweater, Mustard Corduroy Pants, Grey TOMS shoes

March 8th: Anthropologie Frenchie Sweater + Red Michael Kors Rain BootsAnthropologie French Bulldog Sweater, Red Michael Kors Boots, GAP Factory Legging Jean

March 18th: Cheers Dublin! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!What I Wore: St. Patrick's Day - Green Floral Vintage Maxi Dress

March 20th: Saying Goodbye to Winter
Wild Souls: What I Wore Blanket Scarf and Red Tunic

March 27th: What I Wore – Plaid Dress & Frye BootsFlannel Dress & Frye Boots

LOCAL EVENT: A Taste of Glynn

Yesterday evening, patrons and foodies gathered at The King & Prince Beach & Golf Resort on St. Simons Island for the 15th Annual “A Taste of Glynn” fundraising and culinary event to support Glynn Community Crisis Center— which provides care for victims of domestic violence. This was my first time attending the event, and I felt that overall, it was a lovely affair. The food was delicious, the scenery was everything you’d expect on a beautiful St. Simons Day, and the positivity in the air was contagious. As a first-timer I wasn’t sure what to expect, and besides a general description of what the fundraiser is for and who is participating, there wasn’t much on the website to help a girl out, so I will try to expound below:

TICKETS: There are 3 options: 1. Purchase at the event ($50/ ticket), 2. Purchase through the website ($40/ ticket) and pick up at Will Call, 3. Purchase AND pick up at local businesses mentioned on the website ($40/ ticket). We bought tickets a couple of days before the event via option 2, but if you would like to be treated like a human by volunteer staff, I would recommend option 3 so you show up for the shuttle with tickets in hand.

PARKING: Free parking and shuttle service to & from Massengale Park.

WHAT IT IS: A 2-part charity event. First Part: local restaurants serve a tasting of their chosen culinary creation in a pop-up setting. Second Part: A silent auction containing donations from local businesses.

WHAT TO EXPECT: Filling your belly with yummy dishes from local chefs while you listen to music and walk around talking to a myriad of interesting people. Also, anticipate that you will have to find creative ways to eat the food since table space is incredibly limited for an event of 1,000+ attendees. A row of high-top tables along the fence outside would have been a welcome addition.

WHAT IS INCLUDED: A tasting from each restaurant. Beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) ARE NOT included– I’m not entirely sure why this is so. A drink ticket would make a really nice addition and I would have been willing to pay more for a ticket if drinks were complimentary. There were cash bars set-up, but they were ridiculously overpriced, which I wouldn’t have minded if I knew where the money was going. If it’s for the charity, okay, no problem, but that wasn’t made clear. Beyond that- it wasn’t mentioned on the website so we didn’t bring any cash and therefore had no means of wetting our whistles. I feel this was the biggest hiccup in the whole operation.

WHAT TO WEAR: A few people attended in cocktail attire, but for the most part it was much more casual than expected. If you attend in 2016 (which you definitely should) put your feet first- literally, because there is a lot of standing and walking around from table to table. I wore dark skinny jeans, a lightweight python-print sweater, and incredibly uncomfortable (but really pretty) stacked heels.

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Despite the occasional rude volunteer, the food in my hair from having no table to stand at, and the complete lack of buzz because I had no money for the cash-bar, it was a nice event. We were all there to raise money for a great organization and we got to sample some great food and have interesting conversations with other locals 😉

My Three Favorite Plates:

  • Echo: Echo’s booth looked great and the guys running it were extremely fun and personable. Their pairing of an apple and radish salad bite with a mini lobster cake was absolutely delicious!
  • Del Sur: I loved these guys! There booth was in prime position (scenery wise) and the chef was extremely knowledgeable. Their pairing of braised beef on creamy polenta with white truffle oil and a Beef and Pork sausage with chimichurri on a crostini was definitely the “prettiest” plate and it tasted even better than it looked!
  • The Half Shell: This booth was definitely a surprise… I wasn’t expecting much from the small “salsa” looking bite in the cup with a single chip, but what turned out to be a Georgia shrimp ceviche with a crisp wonton chip was perfectly balanced in its acidity with spicy, sweet, and salty profiles. Nobody pay any attention to me drinking all of the ceviche that didn’t make it onto the wonton!


Incredibly Early 2016 Oscar Predictions (Updated)

Hey guys! For those of you who read my post “Incredibly Early 2016 Oscar Predictions” from February, here is an updated version of the list… My picks haven’t changed (since none of the movies have been released yet and I therefore have no review of them) but I have made some changes to the “RELEASE CALENDAR”.

Changes from February are noted with a ***



***(23rd – Sundance)“The End of the Tour”: Magazine reporter, David Lipsky (played by Jesse Eisenberg) recounts his travels and conversations with author David Foster Wallace (played by Jason Segel) during a promotional book tour.


(1st) “Woman in Gold”: Maria Altmann, an octogenarian Jewish refugee (played by Helen Mirren), takes on the government to recover artwork she believes rightfully belongs to her family. Ryan Reynolds co-stars. (Trailer)


“Carol”: A British-American romantic drama based on the novel, “The Price of Salt” (a.k.a. Carol) by Patricia Highsmith– directed by Todd Haynes, and screenplay written by Phyllis Nagy. In 1950s New York, Therese Belivet (played by Rooney Mara), a young woman working in a department store who dreams of a better life falls for an older, married woman named Carol Aird (played by Cate Blanchett) who longs to leave her loveless marriage but fears losing her daughter in the process. (Rumored to release at Cannes in May)


***(12th) “Me & Earl & the Dying Girl”: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon directs this story about High School introvert Greg Gaines (played by Thomas Mann) who spends his time making different versions of classic movies with his [only] friend, Earl (played by RJ Cyler). At the urging of his mother, Greg befriends a girl named Rachel (played by Olivia Cooke) who has been diagnosed with leukemia. “Me & Earl & the Dying Girl” received both the grand jury prize and the audience award at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. (Release Date: July 1st) (Interview)


(24th) “Irrational Man”: Woody Allen; On a small town college campus, a philosophy professor (played by Joaquin Phoenix) in existential crisis gives his life new purpose when he enters into a relationship with his student (played by Emma Stone).

(31st) “Southpaw”: Director Antoice Fuqua; Boxer Billy Hope (played by Jake Gyllenhaal) fights his way to the top, only to find his life falling apart around him. Rachel McAdams plays wife, Maureen Hope.


*** (6th) “Ricki & The Flash”: Ricki (played by Meryl Streep), a guitar player returns home to make amends with her family.

“Icon”: Irish sports journalist, Bill Stapleton (played by Lee Pace) becomes convinced that Lance Armstrong’s performances during the Tour de France victories are fueled by banned substances. With this conviction, he starts hunting for evidence that will expose Armstrong. Ben Foster plays Lance Armstrong.


(11th) “Suffragette” (UK): Written by Abi Morgan (“The Iron Lady”) and directed by Sarah Gavron, “Suffragette” centers on the members of the British Women’s Suffrage Movement of the late 19th Century and everything they risked to confront a corrupt government that denied their input and demands for representation. The story revolves around Maud (Carey Mulligan)—“The story of her fight for dignity is as gripping and visceral as any thriller, it is also heart-breaking and inspirational.” Meryl Streep co-stars as Emmeline Pankhurst, who is regarded as the leader of the British suffragette movement and has come to be seen as one of the most influential people of the 20th century. The supporting cast includes seasoned professionals as well as some talented “new-comers”: Helena Bonham-Carter, Romola Garai, Anne-Marie Duff, Geoff Bell, Natalie Press, Ben Whishaw and Brendan Gleeson. (UK Release Date: Sept. 11th)

 (18th) “Black Mass”: Scott Cooper directs the biopic of Whitey Bulger (played by Johnny Depp), the brother of state senator, Bill Bulger (played by Benedict Cumberbatch). Whitey is the most infamous violent criminal in the history of South Boston, but when other mob families began invading his turf he became an FBI informant to agent John Connolly (played by Joel Edgerton) in exchange for immunity. Supporting cast includes: Dakota Johnson, Adam Scott, Sienna Miller, Jesse Plemons, Julianne Nicholson, and Rory Cochran. (Release Date: Sept. 18th)

 (18th) “Everest”: edited and directed by Baltasar Kormakur; A story based on the real events of 1996 Mount Everest disaster which led to the deaths of several climbers. Starring Jason Clarke as Rob Hall and Jake Gyllenhaal as Scott Fisher (the expedition leaders) with a supporting cast consisting of Josh Brolin, John Hawkes, Sam Worthington, Clive Standen, and Keira Knightley as Rob Hall’s pregnant wife.


(2nd) “The Walk”: Robert Zemeckis directs the story of Philippe Petit (played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt), the French high-wire artist who attempts to cross the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in 1974. (Trailer)

(9th) “Steve Jobs”: Director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin pair up to pay tribute to one of the greatest minds of our time, Steve Jobs (played by Michael Fassbender). Though based on the biography by Walter Isaacson, what part of his life the film will focus on remains a mystery… imdb blurb reads, “His passion and ingenuity have been the driving force behind the digital age. However his drive to revolutionize technology was sacrificial. Ultimately it affected his family life and possibly his health. In this revealing film we explore the trials and triumphs of a modern day genius, Steven Paul Jobs.” Seth Rogan will play Steve Wozniak (hoping this roll does for Rogen what “The Wolf of Wall Street” did for Jonah Hill) and Kate Winslet will play Joanna Hoffman (one of the original members of Macintosh and NeXT).

(16th) *** “Bridge of Spies” changed from “St. James Place”: From director, Steven Spielberg – a film based on the true story of American lawyer, James Donovan (played by Tom Hanks), who is recruited by the CIA during the Cold War to negotiate the release of Francis Gary Powers, a pilot detained in the Soviet Union after he was accused of espionage when his plane was shot down over Russia in 1960. Co-starring Alan Alda, Amy Ryan and Eve Hewson. (Release Date: Oct. 16th)


***(6th) “Brooklyn”: In 1950s Ireland and New York, young Ellis Lacey (played by Saoirse Ronan) has to choose between two men (played by Domhnall Gleeson and Michael Zegen) and two countries. (Interview)

***(6th – limited) “Trumbo”: Directed by Jay Roach—this biopic tells the story of Hollywood screenwriter, Dalton Trumbo (played by Bryan Cranston), when he’s blacklisted in the 1940s for being a Communist and struggles against gossip columnist, Hedda Hopper (played by Helen Mirren) in a war over words and freedom that entangled virtually everyone in Hollywood during the “Red Scare”. Other stars include: Elle Fanning, Diane Lane, Alan Tudyk, Louis C.K., and John Goodman.

(25th) “The Martian”: Directed by Ridley Scott; During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney (played by Matt Damon) is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. Also starring: Kate Mara, Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig


***(11th) “The Lady in the Van”: A man forms an unexpected bond with a transient woman (played by Maggie Smith) living in her car that’s parked in his driveway. (Trailer)

(11th) “Knight of Cups”: Terrence Malick; A screenwriter (played by Christian Bale) living in LA tries to make sense of the strange events occurring around him. Cate Blanchett and Natalie Portman co-star. (Trailer)

(25th) “Snowden”: Oliver Stone directs; CIA employee Edward Snowden leaks thousands of classified documents to the press.

(25th – limited) “The Revenant”: This year’s Oscar winning filmmaker, Alejandro González Iñárritu (“Birdman”) teams up with Oscar winning cinematographer, Emmanuel Lebezki (“Gravity”) to tell true story of Hugh Glass (played by Leonardo Dicaprio), an 1800s frontiersman and fur trapper who sets out into the wilderness with his three companions (played by Tom Hardy, Will Poulter, and Domhnall Gleeson). While on the hunt, Glass is mauled by a bear, so his companions rob him and leave him for dead. He somehow survives the 200+ mile trek back to civilization to exact revenge on the men that abandoned him in the wilderness. (Limited Release: Dec. 25th)

(25th) “Joy”: Director David O. Russell teams up [again] with leading lady, Jennifer Lawrence to tell the story of Joy Mangano—the single-mother of three who became a multimillionare with her invention of the “Miracle Mop”. Throw in Bradley Cooper and Robert De Niro as co-stars and a screenplay by Annie Mumolo (“Bridesmaids”) and “Joy” sounds like it has the potential to be thoroughly entertaining even if it doesn’t end up in Oscar contention… but if the past two Russell/Lawrence pair-ups are any prediction, it just might stand a chance. (Release Date: Dec. 25th)

2015 (No Release Date as of yet):

*** No Release Date “The Hateful Eight”: Quentin Tarantino directs this post-Civil War Western set in Wyoming. Traveling by stagecoach, bounty hunter John Ruth (played by Kurt Russell) and his fugitive, Daisy Domergue (Jennifer Jason Leigh) are trying to stay ahead of a blizzard when they encounter Major Marquis Warren (Samuel L. Jackson) a former union soldier turned infamous bounty hunter and Chris Mannix (Walton Goggins) a southern renegade claiming to be the new town Sheriff. The four seek refuge at Minnie’s Haberdashery, where they aren’t greeted by Minnie, but by four more strangers: Bob (Demian Bichir) who is taking care of Minnie’s in her absence, Oswaldo Mobray (Tim Roth) the hangman of Red Rock, Joe Gage (Michael Madsen) the cow-puncher, and Confederate General Sanford Smithers (Bruce Dern). As the storm overtakes the mountainside, the eight travelers begin a plot of betrayal and deception that just might end their journey and their lives. (Release Date: Nov. 13th)

“The Sea of Trees”: Directed by Gus Van Zant—The film follows Arthur Brennan (played by Matthew McConaughey) an American man who has found the perfect place to kill himself in The Aokigahara Forest (aka “The Sea of Trees”). Located at the base of Mount Fuji in Japan— also called “The Suicide Forest” due to the high number of suicides committed there every year. In the forest Arthur encounters Takumi Nakamura (played by Ken Watanabe), a Japanese man who has also come to the forest to kill himself. The two men begin a journey of self-reflection and survival, which affirms Arthur’s will to live and return to his wife (played by Naomi Watts). (Filming Completed with no official release date)

“Freeheld”: New Jersey car mechanic Stacie Andree (played by Ellen Page) and her police detective girlfriend Laurel Hester (played by Julianne Moore) both battle to secure Hester’s pension benefits after she was diagnosed with a terminal illness.

~Not sure if there’s room for more than one “lesbian-themed” movie on the Oscars list (unfortunately), and the Cate Blanchett/ Rooney Mara pairing might hold a bit more promise – only time will tell though. I’ve wanted Ellen Page to win an Oscar since she was nominated for “Juno” and I would LOVE to see that happen this year.

“The Light Between Oceans”: A lighthouse keeper (Michael Fassbender) and his wife (Rachel Weisz) living off the coast of Western Australia raise a baby they rescue from an adrift rowboat. Alicia Vikander also stars.

“Macbeth”: Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard star in this film based on the play by Shakespeare.

“High-Rise”: Based on the 1975 J.G. Ballard novel of the same name; Life for the residents of a tower block begins to run out of control. Starring Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller, Luke Evans, and Elisabeth Moss

“Genius”: A chronicle of Max Perkins’s (played by Colin Firth) time as the book editor at Scribner, where he oversaw works by Thomas Wolfe (Jude Law), Ernest Hemingway (Dominic West), F. Scott Fitzgerald (Guy Pearce), and others… Aline Bernstein played by Nicole Kidman.

“Demolition”: An investment banker (played by Jake Gylenhaal) struggling to understand his emotional disconnect after the tragic death of his wife begins to tear apart his life in a effort to see where he went wrong, is ultimately rescued by a woman (Naomi Watts) he meets in a chance encounter.

“Queen of the Desert”: Written and directed by Werner Herzog; A chronicle of Gertrude Bell’s life (played by Nicole Kidman), a traveler, writer, archaeologist, explorer, cartographer, and political attaché for the British Empire at the dawn of the twentieth century. Also starring: James Franco, Robert Pattinson, and Damian Lewis.

“Legend”: Identical twin gangsters Ronald and Reginald Kray (Tom Hardy plays both twins) terrorize London during the 1950s and 1960s. Taron Egerton and Emily Browning also star. (UK Release Date: September 18th)

“Nina”: The story of the late jazz musician and classical pianist Nina Simone (played by Zoe Saldana) including her rise to fame and relationship with her manager Clifton Henderson. David Oyelowo also stars.

 IF they make the 2015 release date:

“Miles Ahead”: Don Cheadle directs and stars in this exploration of the life and music of Miles Davis. Ewan McGregor co-stars

“The Big Short”: Based on the non-fiction book, The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine by Michael Lewis about the build-up of the housing and credit bubble during the 2000s. Actors attached: Brad Pitt (also a producer), Christian Bale, Ryan Gosling, and Steve Carrell.

“A Tale of Love and Darkness”: A drama based on the memoir of Amos Oz, a writer, journalist, and advocate of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Written and directed by Natalie Portman who will also play Fania Oz.

“The Secret Scripture”: Based on the 2008 novel by Sebastian Barry; A 100-yr old woman named Roseanne McNulty who has spent 50+ years of her life in a mental institution writes her autobiography. Rooney Mara plays young Roseanne while Vanessa Redgrave plays old Roseanne. Eric Bana and Theo James co-star.

“Tulip Fever”: Set in early 17th-century Holland, during the period of the Tulip mania, an artist (played by Dane DeHaan) falls for a married young woman (Alicia Vikander) while he’s commissioned to paint her portrait by her husband (Christoph Waltz). The two invest in the risky tulip market in hopes to build a future together.

“The Untitled Terrence Malick Project”: Two intersecting love triangles. Obsession and betrayal set against the music scene in Austin, Texas. Starring Christian Bale, Natalie Portman, Ryan Gosling, Michael Fassbender, Rooney Mara, & Cate Blanchett.

(Will probably release in 2016) “The Danish Girl”: Inspired by the true story of Danish artists Einar Wegener (Eddie Redmayne) and his wife Gerda (Alicia Vikander), this tender portrait of a marriage asks: What do you do when someone you love wants to change? It starts with a question, a simple favor asked of a husband by his wife on an afternoon chilled by the Baltic wind while both are painting in their studio. Her portrait model has canceled, and would he mind slipping into a pair of women’s shoes and stockings for a few moments so she can finish the painting on time. “Of course,” he answers. “Anything at all.” With that, one of the most passionate and unusual love stories of the twentieth century begins. Amber Heard plays Oola.

 OUT OF THE 2015 RUNNING – Release Date Moved to 2016

“The Zookeeper’s Wife”: The Zookeeper’s Wife tells the account of keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, Jan and Antonina (played by Jessica Chastain) Zabinski, who helped save hundreds of people and animals during the Nazi invasion.

“Silence”: Martin Scorsese directs the screenplay adapted from the 1980 novel of the same name written by Shusaku Endo. The film follows two 17th Century Jesuit priests (played by Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver) who face violence and persecution when they travel to Japan to locate their mentor, Father Ferreira (played by Liam Neeson) who has been missing for 10 years and may have renounced his faith under torture during the severe persecution of Christian missionaries and converts.

What I Wore: Plaid Dress & Frye Boots

It’s that weird time of year down here when the weather is heating up, but I haven’t had a chance to get any form of tan (conundrum). That’s why a knee length dress with tall boots is perfect right now! Check it out! Flannel Dress & Frye Boots Flannel Dress & Frye Boots Flannel Dress & Frye Boots Flannel Dress & Frye Boots Flannel Dress & Frye Boots

Flannel Dress from Wild Souls (Sold Out – Similar here) // Frye Campus Boots // Vintage Arrowhead Necklace (similar here)

Photography Credits: Anne Yarbrough Photography

March 2015 Apparel Mart Preview!

I made kind of a crazy trip to the Apparel Mart in Atlanta this week– by crazy I mean I got up at 5am, drove 5 hours to Atlanta, traipsed around The Mart for 6 hours, and drove 5 hours back… but that’s what I do for my Wild Souls 😉 Gotta’ bring you guys the best stuff I can find! To that end, I’ve decided to feature a few of the lines I always have to check-on when I attend the market.

The women behind these three collections are truly amazing. Their attention to detail and desire to make their designs the best they can possibly be goes above and beyond your average clothing/jewelry line. They are all incredibly inspiring businesswomen and we are so proud to carry their incredible collections in our store. Side Note: Just noticed all three company names consist of an adjective + animal 🙂

Blue Platypus: Designer Heidi Gates is passionate about quality and color, that’s why all of her designs are made from scratch and manufactured in the USA. The integrity Heidi shows by sticking to her belief in her art and what makes for quality clothing is so inspiring you can’t help but want to jump on board with her philosophy. Her path to t-shirt perfection may not have been the easiest way to do it, but it’s definitely what sets the company apart from others. Each design in the collection is truly a work of art… Art that you can afford… and wear! Blue Platypus Blue Platypus Blue Platypus

{Read more about Heidi, Scooter, and Blue Platypus here and check out an inside look at their manufacturing process. Follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter}

Gleeful Peacock: With a mission to spread perspective and joy through her jewelry, Owner Nikki Halgreen lovingly designs her colorful creations in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The incredible creativity put into every aspect of her brand is amazing. It will make you wonder if her brain ever stops! With so many beautiful and fun pieces in the collection, there is surely at least one that will make you feel happy with nostalgia. Gleeful Peacock Gleeful Peacock Gleeful Peacock

{Read more about Nikki and Gleeful Peacock here. Follow on Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter}

Southerndoe: Inspired by her love for the great outdoors, Kristen Ostow has created a line for all the girls out there with a craving for adventure. Kristen throws love into every aspect of her work, and because of this, she has turned her brand into so much more than t-shirts– it’s become a lifestyle. A lifestyle that makes girls feel like it’s okay to be who they are because there is a whole community of women with the same interests– a community that wraps you in a hug and says, “Come as you are, because we think you’re awesome.” southerndoe southerndoe southerndoe

{Read more about Kristen and Southerndoe here. Follow on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter}

Boho Trends from Fashion Month!

I have several sides to my fashion personality, and Bohemian is definitely one of my strongest… As a result, I’m always drawn to boho runways and trends– here are a few we noticed from this Fashion Month:




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Saying Goodbye to Winter

Today I’m saying goodbye to cold weather with the last full-on winter outfit of the season… We still have some chilly days ahead, so I’m here to show you guys some ways to transition– but hopefully all the freezing is behind us (down here on the Georgia Coast at least).
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Blanket Scarf // Red Tunic // GAP Legging Jean // Steve Madden Troopa Boots

{Photography Credits: Anne Yarbrough Photography // Location: Village Inn & Pub

Cheers Dublin! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!!

Hey guys! I have been on vacation and totally disconnected from reality, but here’s my “What I Wore: St. Patrick’s Day”! This green floral maxi dress is from my personal vintage collection and I absolutely LOVE it! Sandals are BC Footwear.

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{Photography Credits: Anne Yarbrough Photography}

Paris Fashion Week! Day 9!

It’s the last day of Paris Fashion Week… which brings an end to “Fashion Month” 😦 Day 9 started with Louis Vuitton and I absolutely LOVED their flipped-edge-peplum tops; then we move to the Zuhair Murad collection that was beyond beautiful; Miu Miu rocked it with some mixing of classic patterns in bright colors; and finally to Moncler Gamme Rouge which was the surprise of the day- I have a weakness for Equestrian-inspired fashion and this one was right on the money! Check out my picks below…

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