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Washingtonian Names Ten Top Stylists in DC

The March issue of Washingtonian features ten of the best personal stylists in DC, including yours truly! Other great articles include office organization tips from Kacy Paide, a professional organizer who has been featured in my blog, and a fashion spread on spring’s big trend, Flower Power. Read through my profile in the article below, and be sure to check out this month’s issue (page 190) for additional closet organization tips.  

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The Master Mom Blog

“You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it.” -Edith Head   My clients not only believe in that quote, they live it! In an attempt to really hammer home the point to my dear readers that Moms need to take care of themselves on the outside to feel like them on the inside, this week I’m gathering my four most popular “Mom-centric” blogs into one place for your reference.   We have the blog that started it all, the week Max was born. I followed that one up 5 months later with a blog telling …

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RLS Update!

This week I thought I would let you know what exciting things we have been working on here at Real Life Style. I’m almost done catching up after taking 2 weeks off for a Thailand adventure. Didn’t you wonder why I was strangely silent during the Oscars? For the record, my favorite outfit was Jessica Chastain in Giorgio Armani. This spring I will start giving a new Personal Style Workshop, beginning with my fave Cleveland Park Moms & Babies group. The babies will be staying home for this one. I designed the workshop after I met a pediatrician/mother of two-year …

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Seasonal Confusion Disorder: A Rebuttal from a Southern Girl

Stirring up fashion controversy is fun! The fashion topics which usually result in heated discussions are pleats in men’s pants and whether or not you can wear black and navy together. I think we have found a new one! For those of you who did not yet read yesterday’s blog post about what I perceive to be an inability to dress appropriately for the seasons in DC, click here or scroll down before you read the reaction of a true southern girl below. Maybe next week I’ll talk about black and navy! Just had this conversation at lunch today. Clearly you did not think …

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Do you have Seasonal Confusion Disorder (SCD)?

What is Seasonal Confusion Disorder you ask? Allow me to explain… Growing up in Chicago and then living my adult life in New York City, two cities with very clear weather seasons, I never thought much about not wearing summer clothes in November or February. Then I started spending time in Washington, DC…Now I know that it can be 60 degrees here in February, or 70 degrees in March, as it is today. This is no excuse for what I saw a girl wearing on March 1st, light cotton white pants and gold Jack Rogers sandals. We may not all subscribe to …