Stylish Pairs

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I love to see a good looking couple. I always tell the other half of my couple that we need to look like we are going to the same place. That doesn’t mean we must coordinate or even compliment. It’s just a succinct way to remember if we’re going to a cocktail party, I shouldn’t look like I’m headed to the opera and he shouldn’t look like he’s going to a baseball game. We’re going to the same place, no matter where that is. Here are some good examples from my pinterest board of the same name.
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Olivia Palermo and her beau seem to do an exemplary job of this…
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And here’s one me & the other member of my stylish pair

A Gaggle of Girls

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I believe women dress for other women 95% of the time. Don’t you? There are rare occasions where we need/want/seek a male’s approval, but they’re pretty few and far between. That’s mostly because most of the men in our lives, namely love interests, aren’t quite adept at fashion or what is ‘in’ (for women) – and let’s face it do we really want them to be?
This is a wee dedication to girls everywhere that are rocking it out on the streets looking fabulous.

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photos via my pinterest

What I Wore: Shades of Gray

(what i wore: skinny jeans – banana republic, Ro’s oxford – polo, booties – vince camuto)
I find it difficult to be adventurous with jeans. I want to be more so, but by the time Friday rolls around, I’m usually feeling lazy and restless. I know this look isn’t quite bold but it was comfortable and understated. In the fall/winter, I tend to borrow from husband’s closet more than usual…

Are we going to the same place?

Whenever my beau and I go out, I always suggest that we look like “we’re going to the same place”. This doesn’t necessarily mean that we dress alike. It just means that we are in the same neighborhood. We both look like we’re going to the same party, instead of him looking like he’s going to a frat event and me looking like I’m going to a Mad Men-themed bash. I think Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson do an exceptional job of this. They never match, rarely coordinate but always look very much together (not to mention adorable). Case in point…

Diane Kruger Diane Kruger and long-term boyfriend Joshua Jackson are centre of attention as they leave West Hollywood's Katsuya restaurant. German actress Diane was wearing a simple gold band on her left hand ring finger.Diane Kruger (L-R) Actress Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson attend "The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion" Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 4, 2009 in New York City.  (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Diane Kruger;Joshua Jackson

This outfit objective can be applied to any situation with anyone and it always makes you and your group (your beau, your friends) look very chic.

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