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Closet Case :: Vanessa Labi

Some girls have it all—beauty, grace, wit, charm, smarts. Vanessa Labi is one such girl. The 26-year-old beauty has dark, expressive eyes, voluminous tresses worthy of a shampoo commercial and a heart of pure gold. She’s also a natural in front of … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Haley Titus

My never-ending quest to find and feature Sacramento’s most fashionable ladies recently led me to the darling Haley Titus, a graphic designer at FUEL Creative Group and a fashion blogger over at Colour Me Classic. Standing at a mere 5’4″, the … Continue reading

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Closet Case :: Allison Bethurem

Let me introduce you to the lovely and super stylish Allison Bethurem (of My Matryoshka Life). Born and raised in Northern California, this local It Girl recently returned to us after an 11-month stint in Michigan, where her boyfriend was attending … 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 Wade

“My real styling secret is that for special photos or events I always get my hair done and sometimes my make-up,” explained Jen Wade, this week’s “Closet Case” fashionista. “I leave these things to the professionals.” Well, I take that as … Continue reading