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An Educated Style

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]One of my favorite things about Brooklyn is how it can feel so different around one corner or another. There are parts of Clinton Hill that feel like Savannah, Georgia and spots in Park Slope that feel like you've wandered onto an ivy league campus. I love that same diversity in my style. I love to be surprised, empowered -- to take a velvet bow top and a knee length skirt, and make them feel a little edgy because the

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The Truth About Why Style Is So Hard

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Right now as we're in the middle of our FREE 3 Steps to Simplified Style video series, so many bettys are hitting reply on my emails to let me know what they're struggling with in their style and one of the most repeating themes is "I don't know how to dress for my body ... for my height, my changed shape, my weight loss, my problem area". And while not an instant answer, my reply is always, "When you think

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Make New Friends With Your Style

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I put her on for church and thought, "Is she too much? The volume? The color?" So I did my best to tone her town. Simple grey long-sleeved tee, casual hair and makeup. I was afraid of looking like I was calling for attention. You know the fear? Afraid less people would talk to me because they were secretly thinking, "Who does she think she is?" But I teach women how to dress with more confidence. And I walk the

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