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Jul28

The Caitlyn Jenner

{Wearing: Romper: Kore. Shoes: Zara via Bib + Tuck. Necklace: Joanna Paige. Bag: c/o Furla. Hair: c/o Rik Rak Salon. Photographed by Maria Tettamanti at Sagamore, The Art Hotel.} Meet my new favorite thing in my closet. I call this little number “The Caitlyn Jenner,” because that neckline forever belongs to Caitlyn, thanks to her Vanity Fair cover. I sported my Caitlyn during the first night of Swim Week, where she made it through the night, but my shoes—god bless them—made an unfortunate departure from wardrobe rotation that evening. It was somewhere around stop number 11 (oh, Swim Week) where, for whatever reason, shoe decided to call it a night. And by calling it a night, I mean literally falling apart while on my foot. I walked out of the Edition with one shoe on and one shoe swinging around my ankle like a monkey on a tree. But because it’s Swim…Read More

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Jul24

The Great Blogger Slumber Party

{Maria Tettamanti, Erika Thomas, Kelly Saks, Daniela Ramirez and me—all wearing Eberjey pjs at Sagamore, The Art Hotel. Photographed by me.} This is the true story, of five fashion bloggers, picked to live in a penthouse during Swim Week to find out what happens when girls stop being polite and start getting real. The Real World: Sagamore Slumber Party. This episode’s cast consisted of myself, Erika Thomas of Blah Blah Blonde, Daniela Ramirez of Nany’s Klozet, Kelly Saks of Kelly’s Kloset and Maria Tettamanti of The Wordy Girl. Just as The Real World of old like to typecast its roomies, I guess ours would go a little something like this: The funny one: Maria The hot blonde one: Erika The famous one: Nany The perfect one: Kelly And Me It was a whole mash-up of personalities. But unlike the Real Housewives of New York, no one tried to wrestle (verbally…Read More

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May23

Holy “It”

  {Behold: Miami’s “It” Girls: Erin, the queen of style herself Elysze, Violet, Maria, Me and Kiddo.} I don’t remember exactly how I met Elysze Held, but moments later I realized she was a legit fashion badass, noted by an Alexander McQueen bag she was carrying, one of two in the entire world. In the time that I’ve known her, I’ve decided I want to be her if/when I grow up. So, when this fashion guru called to say she’d like for Mills and I to participate in her Miami “It” Girls Indulge fashion show at Dadeland Mall, I got all verklempt and my brain went straight to, “Elysze thinks I’m an “it” girl? Mind blown. Winning.” Turns out, being an “it” girl comes with great company: Maria, Erin, Violet and a lucky winner chosen by The Women’s Fund (an org that gives back to women and also our charity…Read More

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Feb04

An Afternoon at Perez Art Museum Miami

{Wearing: Dress: c/o Kore. Vest: c/o Kore. Belt: Vintage. Bag: Chanel. Shoes: Valentino. Braid: Blo Midtown Miami. Photographed by Maria Tettamanti.} Quick: What’s black, white and arty all over? Me in Kore at Perez Art Museum Miami. I spent the afternoon at the museum yesterday enjoying a lovely lunch with Vacheron Constantin, the new luxury watch brand in the Design District. I’ve never been a watch-wearer, but the brand set up an exhibit of timepieces that dated back to the 1800s, and I actually found one that struck a chord with me. It was, of course, dripping in diamonds and had an Art Deco vibe. And instead of a traditional band, it was on satin. What I loved most about it was how it looked and felt more like a beautiful piece of jewelry than a watch. It, and the rest of the display, were amazing. Add in Miami’s perfect…Read More

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Jan06

Remix: The Art of an AfterParty

{My favorite vintage party dress, may it rest in peace. It put up a good fight dancing the night away at Maria Tettamanti’s wedding and then it gracefully bowed out of rotation.} Fact: If it has a dress-up angle, I’m all in. And now that 2015 is in full swing, I have the first dress-up party of the year to add to the agenda. Perez Art Museum Miami’s (PAMM) annual gala, Art of the Party, is coming up on January 17, 2015 and I’m hosting the after party, cooly dubbed Remix. Use my discount code and get $150 0ff the ticket price. Then, you can join me for a night of dressing up, dining on desserts, drinking libations and dancing. With Louis Vuitton presenting the event, you know it’s going to be a fashionable affair. And i’m itching to get dolled up in this Alexis dress I’ve had waiting in…Read More

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Oct05

Bullseye …

{Moi Wearing: Leather Crop Top: Blush. Skirt: Blush. Booties: Bib + Tuck. Bracelets and Necklaces: c/o Target. Braids: Blo Midtown Miami.} In the event you haven’t heard me screaming from the rooftops this past week, I did an event with Target. And in the event you didn’t drive to Dadeland last Thursday (which, for those of us who live on the beach, is basically like visiting a far away land), to watch Ready, Set, Target Style, it went a little something like this … Why, is that Marie Claire Fashion Editor Zanna Rossi? Indeed it is, along with my latest obsession Courtney Kornegay.  Not only did Zanna help emcee the soiree, she was also a judge, along with our own Daniela Ramirez, Vashtie Kola and Rodner Figueroa. That’s me, making my big intro … in Nany’s braids from Fashion Week as a suck-up tactic. The objective: Using a classic white button-up, dress our muses for a first date…Read More

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Sep30

Ready, Set, Target Style

{Wearing a little something from Target in each of these pics.} I’ve been shopping at Target since I was like 4 (it’s one of the benefits of growing up in the Midwest—the motherland of Target). When I was a kiddo, my grandmother would take me and we’d spend endless hours in the toy aisle buying ’80s staples like Sea Wees, My Little Pony, Barbie, She-Ra, etc … As an adult, Target has become my Disneyland, a playground, if you will, for retail therapy, a place to pick up things we need for the house and a bunch of stuff we don’t and go-to to surprise Milly the same way my grandma surprised me. As a blogger, Target is what propelled me to have a fashion blog. Before WuGate the only person who tuned into my blog was my Mom with her “You go, Girl” comments. Thanks, mom. Clearly, Target and…Read More

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Sep17

Off to Market

{Wearing: Croptop: Touch Boutique. Skirt: c/o French Connection (similar here). Necklace: c/o Delicate Raymond vintage monogrammed necklace. Bag: Marc Jacobs. Shoes: Steve Madden. Flash Tattoo: Blush. Photographed by KarGar.} Attention fashionistas, there’s a new spot to shop in South Florida. From Studio LX and Blush boutiques comes Market, a spot where staples equal both comfort and style. Is that possible? Yup, it is. Tees, harem pants, white cotton dresses, tattered jeans, boho jewels and more abound at the store at 5818 Sunset Drive. The best part: Almost everything is under $100. I got a chance to shop the store along with some of my favorite bloggers prior to the grand opening. And I’ll say this much: Good stuff. There’s even a seamstress service offered so you can get the perfect fit. As a Miami blogger, I’ve made it no secret the importance of shopping local. And this is a perfect chance…Read More

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Aug25

500 Days of Summer

{Bikini: Zimmermann Sundown Frill Bikini at ShopBop. Turban: Vintage. Sunglasses: c/o Italia Independent. Armband: Flash Tattoo at Shopblush.com. Photographed by Maria Tettamani.} I hold on. I held on. I let go. Another summer comes to an end. And it’s so hard to let go. I never knew that I would, as an adult, have the same feelings about summer’s end as I did when I was a kid in school. Yes, I was always excited about what upcoming fall held, and I am now, too. I mean, I’m going to NYFW for the first time in my life, but letting go of summer, to stop holding her hand, to wave goodbye to her, is bittersweet. This summer was a blast. While last summer had the highest of highs and the lowest of lows, this summer was a unending blast. New friendships so deep, I don’t know how I got along without them…Read More

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