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So, here goes. I’m in Salt Lake City for a design, fashion, and lifestyle bloggers conference this week and there will be no shortage of gals in cute, statement-making clothing. I’ve packed my suitcase with a few tried and true favorites but made sure to include a few bolder options too. If you’re here in SLC, keep your eyes peeled for “Rosie the Riveter” (minus the muscles) in a midi skirt and heels. She’s nice and wants to chat!
And for all of those at home in other parts of the world, don’t worry. I haven’t gone crazy… just head scarf crazy. It could be the altitude… or the swarms of gaggling bloggers. We’ll see if I keep this up when I get back home.
This story by Hilary Walker