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Closet Case :: Schielah Magnolia

One of the biggest perks of being at the helm of “Closet Case” is that I get to meet some truly fabulous ladies and, on occasion, gents. They invite me into their homes and let me rummage through their clothes, … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Ali Clifford

I don’t know about you, but when I pick a hairstylist one of the first things I look at is their hair. I mean, if I’m going to trust this person with my curly mop, they better have a super … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Julia Tanghetti

I’d bet money that local fashionista Julia Tanghetti has never uttered the phrase, “I hate everything in my closet” and if she has, she’s certifiably insane. You see, after graduating from Columbia University (where she studied art history), Julia worked … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Elizabeth Gonsalves

Meet the adorable Elizabeth Gonsalves. A happy, enthusiastic and passionate beauty with a girl-next-door charm and an underlying edge. I first met the 24-year-old beauty while I was shooting her cousin, style maven Mary Gonsalves Kinney, as she prepped for her annual Fashion Night … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Megan-Bria Bates

Megan-Bria Bates should live in a beach town. She has a very laid-back vibe about her, and her wardrobe has a hefty collection of brands you would find running rampant in most beach towns (think Hurley, Billabong, Element). Alas, the … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Sara Carter

Sara Carter’s closet is overflowing with items that I would steal in a heartbeat if given the opportunity. Balenciaga, Christian Louboutin, Miu Miu, Marc Jacobs, Diane Von Furstenberg…the list of drool-worthy designers found in her wardrobe goes on and on. … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Kellen Walsh – Plus, a Giveaway from Lulu*s.

“I love fashion and working with clothes,” remarked this week’s It Girl Kellen Walsh, who works as the web operations manager for LuLu*s. “I think that being a personal stylist would be amazing. Shopping and dressing other people sounds fun,” she continued. Considering how amazing … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Shawni Marie

Fact: Shawni Marie is a girly girl. One peek at the 5’2″ beauty’s wardrobe and there is no denying it. Her swoon-worthy, walk-in closet is chock-full of pastels, ruffles, frills, sparkles and enough sky-reaching heels to make Barbie jealous. Of course, … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Kat Haro

The thing I appreciate most about the ever-so-lovely Kat Haro is how accessible her style is…that and how freakin’ adorable she is. Seriously. She’s one charming and down-to-earth lady. Recommended to me for this column by numerous people (including former “Closet … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Tracy Mitchell

Thanks to this column, I get to meet some pretty awesome and talented ladies, and fellow blogger Tracy Mitchell (of Good Day Howard) definitely fits that bill. About a month ago, the 26-year-old local “It Girl” was inspired by this series to give … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Liz Franco

Meet the lovely and talented Liz Franco. I’ve been asking this local lady to let me feature her as part of “Closet Case” for months and months…and my persistent pestering has finally paid off. Yay! Now, let me be clear, my … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Jen Schryer

I’ve known this week’s “Closet Case” fashionista Jen Schryer in a peripheral sense for a couple years now. We have a number of friends in common (29 according to Facebook) and often find ourselves at the same events/shindigs. In fact, we’ve … Continue reading