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Citrus County: Polyvore Style Set

Polyvore Style Set: Citrus County. Lemon. Lime. Vintage Yellow Dress. Flower Print Pencil Skirt, wedge shoes, Betsey Johnson,
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Curating Pearltrees: Vintage Jewelry Clustering!

Feature Friday: A Chanel Surprise Coming Your Way

The ever so lovely Erin has remained a constant integral role in the Raymond Lee Jewelers family business, armed with an impressive business sense and savvy sophistication. With her keen eye for fashion, and open mind for creative business ventures, Erin has brought a new family division to Raymond Lee Jewelers. Read More →

The ever so lovely Erin has remained a constant integral role in the Raymond Lee Jewelers family business, armed with an impressive business sense and savvy sophistication. With her keen eye for fashion, and open mind for creative business ventures, Erin has brought a new family division to Raymond Lee Jewelers. Read More →

‘Converse ♥ Marimekko’ Make Sweet Sneaker Bliss With Spring 2011 Line of Radical Retro Kicks

Style Special via Refinery29: Rag & Bone’s Summer Collection

There are brands who storm the scene, shake things up, and fade into oblivion—and then there are brands like Rag & Bone who possess a timeless—yet ever-relevant—appeal that makes editors, celebs, and chic city gals weak in the knees season after season. Marcus Wainwright & David Neville took on the world of New York fashion without so much as a tailoring class under their belts, but what they did have was an inherent understanding of what contemporary New Yorkers need in their closets: beautiful yet versatile clothing that shines season after season. Read More →

There are brands who storm the scene, shake things up, and fade into oblivion—and then there are brands like Rag & Bone who possess a timeless—yet ever-relevant—appeal that makes editors, celebs, and chic city gals weak in the knees season after season. Marcus Wainwright & David Neville took on the world of New York fashion without so much as a tailoring class under their belts, but what they did have was an inherent understanding of what contemporary New Yorkers need in their closets: beautiful yet versatile clothing that shines season after season. Read More →

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