It’s almost #gameday

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But what should I wear?  Both looks incorporate the still-haute colorblock trend; one is bedazzled while the other is more subtle.  As you can see, either way I’ll be in flat boots for the sake of my feet.

I think I’m leaning toward the sequined look. Between my height and hair there’s not really much that’s subtle about me right now. But rather than making me look like the missing member of a dance team, the flat sequins add a fun touch of shimmer.  The boots, purse and denim tone the look and keep it appropriate for fun times on the Quad.

Whether you are rolling with the Tide, praying over the Plains or enjoying the Magic City Classic this weekend, be safe and keep it chic!


Fashion faceoff: Demi vs. Genevieve

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Demi Moore and socialite Genevieve Jones stepped out in similar looks by Oscar de la Renta recently. Ms. Moore wore a longer version with Jimmy Choo peep toes, a bright Judith Leiber clutch and her signature mane, while Ms. Jones styled her minidress with ethereal hair and a shoulder bag.  The embellished tulle dress features lace, beading, jewels and sequins, retails for $5290 and has a matching jacket. 

Who wore it best?

Looking for a similar party dress with all the wow factor but minus the hefty price tag during Magic City Classic?  Check out this embellished cami dress by Victoria’s Secret, or – if you’d like to be a little more covered up = their luxurious cashmere sweater and pencil skirt.  In fact, check out Vicky’s entire Angel Guide to Party Dressing; whether you plan to make an appearance at a chic soiree or will be wobbling at a local nightspot, you’re sure to find something.

Images via Craig Barritt/ and The YB

I’m So Wearing This

…somewhere (Magic City Classic weekend, perhaps?). When I’m bored, I love dreaming up outfits to wear.  This one combines several of my current favorite things: the leather peplum trend, white pants after Labor Day, fierce kitty leopard flats and arm candy.  The top could easily be worn with a pencil skirt or colored denim instead. You likey? Or do I need to go back to the drawing board (er, closet)?

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