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December 15, 2013

Emily O












Ahh the wonders of vintage.
It can literally change ones entire look and vibe of the day.
I bought this 1940's wide collar jacket from a vintage show during the summer.
I knew it would be perfect for the holidays.
I paired it with a fitted Zara pencil skirt I grabbed on sale a few weeks ago and dug up my age old peacock beaded clutch.
I felt so chic and SO Jackie O.
The oversized glasses finished off this sexy demure look.

Now for the fun stuff...my #DSWShoeHookup Giveaway is now over.
Congrats to:

Michael Pergand
Ashley Bree Perez
Jennifer Liford
Jessica Dillingham
Malia VanderVeen

Stay posted for an email coming your way and another GIFTCARD giveaway later this month!

xo
ejc

wearing: jacket - vintage, skirt - zara, heels - kurt geiger, clutch - unknown - glasses - c/o stylesays
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Thank you so very much for all your comments they mean the world to me! Keep spreading the love and inspiration. xo ejc

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