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Brittany Cobb’s Style Story

If you grew up learning the ropes of antiquing from the most probably aged seat of your mother’s antique booth and then refined your eye for aesthetics and art as a student studying art history at Southern Methodist University, your style might look something like this… bohemian, layered, cozy, collected. More specifically, you might be Brittany Cobb, today’s Style Story guest of honor.

Brittany grew up in a town in Southern California famed to be the largest antique district West of the Mississippi. Not a bad start for a burgeoning tastemaker. She later relocated to Dallas for school where she then met her husband and eventually nestled down into their Spanish Eclectic family home. Not long after came baby Landry. And while I might be brushing over a few ups and downs along her journey, the moral of the story is that Brittany and her husband are now a big happy family building their home one treasure-hunted piece at a time.

Let’s have a look.

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I know, I know. This Style Story was just too good and you want to hear my conversation with Brittany RIGHT NOW so that you can grab all her insider secrets for scouting vintage gold! Well, you’ll just have to be patient because that’s not how we do things around here. (But a little secret from me to you… it’ll be well worth the wait.)

In the meantime, keep up with Brittany on her Pinterest and Instagram. And come back tomorrow for more!

 

 

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3 Comments

  • Reply The Glam Pad August 3, 2013 at 2:55 pm

    Soooo gorgeous!!! Brittany has impeccable taste! Such a great Style Story!

    XOXO,
    The Glam Pad

  • Reply Sherri Matheson August 6, 2013 at 10:57 pm

    Fabulous! What a great sense of style she has…love these pictures!

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