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every woman needs a good, broken-in pair of denim. while you’re at it, why not add on a vintage jean jacket. throw in a dark rinse (or light) button-down for good measure. but let’s not forget about white denim. after all, you can wear your whites year round.

now, with all that denim hanging around your closet, is it possible to wear denim on denim? why i’m glad you asked. denim on denim is a definite do. if a few style rules are applied. let’s take a look. Continue Reading

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can you believe we are in the holiday home stretch? in case you need a reminder, this sunday is christmas day. yessiree, in six days all of our christmas presents will be wrapped and sitting under the tree. raise your hand if you’ve donned your gay apparel. ha. you thought i was going to say finished your shopping, didn’t you? but this is a style post, after all, so discussing all things apparel is a must. but with christmas day and new year’s eve on the horizon let’s see how we can transition a holiday outfit to a weekend look. Continue Reading

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this week’s style challenge is for anyone who finds themselves racing against the clock this holiday season. when you find yourself on the go, the last thing you want to worry about is what to wear. especially if you are running straight from work to an after hour holiday party, drinks, or dinner. Continue Reading

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a well-balanced closet is certain to include the classic leopard print and with the right styling, it can elevate your everyday look. accessories like handbags, belts, and shoes are a smart and easy way to infuse a little pizazz into your outfit. note the leopard shoes! a metallic block heel keeps this outfit grounded. the gold metallic belt adds symmetry. Continue Reading

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last time on style challenge, our illustrious leader, brenda, posed a style question: would brogans be appropriate footwear for a speaking engagement?  a few thoughts… for those not familiar with a brogan, they are traditional work boots used by the irish and scots in the wet and boggy countryside. Continue Reading

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Are you ready for a style challenge, or does the thought of learning a new style trick make you want to run and hide? If you have yet to master pattern mixing, currently on-trend, then today’s your lucky day. Remember how prints are mixed in 2016 is not to be confused with a by-gone era when plaids and polka dots never crossed paths. Back in the day, we may have dabbled with mixed prints on any given day, but when our mothers caught sight of it… We were immediately marched back to our rooms, then kindly assisted with our wardrobe selections. Aren’t you glad certain fashion rules have been broken forever?

So who’s ready to learn mix prints like a pro? Well then… What are we waiting for? Let’s take a look at just how easy it is to become a pattern mixing expert. Continue Reading

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Last time here on 1010 Park Place I promised to discuss what’s on trend for 2017. Seeing as I’d just returned from NYFW, it only seemed fitting to discuss spring fashion. For an entire week, the New York runways depicted all things spring. But wait. What about fall fashion? Didn’t the temps finally drop after a long hot summer? I for one am dying to wear sweaters, scarves, and booties.

Shouldn’t we at least dip one big toe into the ‘what’s trending for fall pool?’

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Did you know there is a universal language? A language women speak fluently? Although, you’ll find more than one distinguished man who converses in this language with ease. Of course there are a variety of dialects, not to mention a myriad of accents, but it can also be spoken without uttering a single word. Continue Reading

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Beth Djalali
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With over 24,000 followers on Instagram, Beth Djalali, the style blogger behind the popular Style at a Certain Age and Susan Kanoff from the fabulous The MidLife Fashionista are joining 1010 Park Place to help us up our fashion game. Whether we work outside the home, workout, meet friends for lunch or our main squeeze for date night, it’s nice to have style input from someone who doesn’t talk in terms of “what to wear in your 40s, etc.” In case you missed Susan’s first post, check it out.

This week I caught up with Beth, but since neither of our phones were cooperating, we texted.

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