By Kristin Tucker A native of the Midwest, Kristin attended journalism school at UNC-Chapel Hill and has never left the southern part of heaven. She has written for Chapel Hill Magazine as a style editor and keeps busy with non-profit event-planning for several philanthropies.
  • Game Day Fashion Tips Every Girl Needs to Know

    November 6, 2015 at 2:14 pm

    If you are anything like me, game day gets you excited! Women everywhere try to decide what they are going to wear to the big game. Even those that aren’t headed to the stadium are formulating their attire to watch their team on TV at a favorite sports-viewing hot spot. Some fans seem to think […]

  • Break Out The Rain Boots In Style

    October 12, 2015 at 9:17 am

    Let’s list some of the positives about the recent 10 day straight stretch of rain. The NC drought is officially over. We now know what it’s like to live in Seattle. On a fashion note, we got to justify the existence of those super cute rain boots in our closet. Rain boots have become a […]

  • Trends In Transition: Transitioning Your Summer Wardrobe Into Fall

    September 9, 2015 at 4:27 pm

    Soon summer will fade into fall. But anyone who has spent more than one week in the South knows that the transition from summer to fall weather is a process. You can expect to be teased with a few days of cool weather followed by days of heat and humidity. You can also expect some mornings […]

  • Cool Styles for a Hot Summer

    July 21, 2015 at 10:24 am

    Summer fashion forecast: Lots of soft breezy styles with a 100% chance of fun prints. And summer is still in full swing, especially in our Southern Part of Heaven! This summer season it’s all about lightening up your wardrobe and playing with fun prints. Continue basking in your most stylish summer yet with these cool […]

  • Traveling in Style

    June 26, 2015 at 1:09 pm

    Packing Perils Summer vacation season is upon us.  By car, by plane, by boat, by train….you’re bound to be headed somewhere this summer.  That means you have the daunting task of packing ahead of you, which takes time, energy, planning and decision-making skills.  Oh, the agony of accessorizing every outfit!  And how will I know […]

  • Talk Derby To Me

    May 1, 2015 at 5:00 am

    My favorite spring sporting event has to be the Kentucky Derby.  What stands out most during this historic horse race is difficult to decide…the sleek and athletic thoroughbreds, the diminutive yet wiry jockeys in their colorful silks, the thrill of the race itself or the chance for a long-shot filly to come from behind and […]

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    Closet Cleansing: Steps To De-Clutter And Feel Better

    April 14, 2015 at 5:00 am

    When was the last time you REALLY surveyed your wardrobe? Last season? Last spring or summer?   The last time you moved, five years ago? Confess! Your closet needs a barium enema and you know it. I’ll be the first one to admit that mine does. I avoid closet cleansing like the plague. There’s always something […]

  • The Essential Winter Accessories

    January 14, 2015 at 5:22 pm

    Time to break out all those wardrobe accessories you unwrapped this holiday season! They made great gifts; jewelry, scarves, gloves and hats always do. If you don’t own these essential accessories, it’s time to invest and/or upgrade. Especially now that we’ve plunged into polar vortex temperatures, some of these accessories are critical to brave the arctic […]

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    The INspiration List – Fashion Trends for Fall/Winter 2014

    November 21, 2014 at 1:14 pm

    Once the extended Indian summer we experience here in the southern slice of heaven truly turns to fall, it’s time to start thinking about attire and accessories for the cooler temps ahead. What’s hot? Global references have inspired everything from clothing to jewelry. There are also plenty of repeat performances from seasons past. Here’s a […]

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    Galloway Ridge Goat Parade

    November 20, 2014 at 5:00 am

    Galloway Ridge held their festive Goat Parade Gala to auction off goat sculptures decorated by local artists. It was an evening of dancing and spirited bidding, all to benefit charities for seniors.

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