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Happy Birthday, Leo!

Anne Middleton
July 21st, 2015

The only thing sunnier than the sun is a Leo.  Happy Birthday, Leos, the pride of the zodiac.  Leos are known for their pride and showmanship and to live up to their appeal they need to have kingly shoes.   Let’s find some showy shoes for lion paws.    Like their ruler the sun, Leo loves to shine, so naturally shades of tangerine, marigold and sunflower complement them well.  Your Leo will glow as they amble about town in Converse’s Chuck Taylor All Star Fresh Color Sneaker in orange.  Relaxed, yet in charge, that’s the essence of Leo.  Leos may be a bit spindtrift but will manage to save when they shop using our codes.

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Star Student

Annie Middleton
July 20th, 2015

As we start to close in on the end of the summer months, that means one thing: it’s time to start thinking about getting back to school! Whether you’re a student or a parent, it’s time for back-to-school shopping to prepare for a successful school year. Set yourself up for a great year by getting ahead and buying all of your supplies in advance so you aren’t scrambling around at the last minute. No matter what you’re studying or what classes you’re taking, it’s imperative to get your pick of supplies before the stores start running out.          Let’s start with the basics: notebooks, pens, and paper.

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4 Things You Should Eliminate

Anne Middleton
July 17th, 2015

Did you hear the latest news on food ingredients? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will soon ban artificial trans fats from a wide range of processed foods ranging from microwave popcorn to frozen pizza, saying they raise the risk of heart disease. Yes, my fellow Americans, our love-hate relationship with shelf-stabilizing trans fats is coming to an end. This got us to wondering, what other entities should we all be contemplate eliminating from our lives? 1. Debt
Science suggests that being in debt affects both physical and mental health. Debt hurts your credit score, can harm your relationships and can consume all your energy.

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Ditch The Flip-Flops

Anne Middleton
July 16th, 2015

It’s all too easy to reach for a drug store bargain brand pair of flip flops.  They’re cheap, easy and comfortable, but did you know that they can alter the way you walk, and not for the better.  It’s easy to flip-flop on nixing the cheap plasticky shoes because they’re readily available, but we’d like to show you some sandals that can fit the bill without being too expensive.  Let’s face it flip-flops break.  That $5 pair won’t last all summer.  It’s savvy to invest in a better shoe that will last longer.

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Coolest Shoes For California

Anne Middleton
July 16th, 2015

As much as we see California on TV and movies, you may think you know everything there is to know about the California Republic.  From San Francisco to San Diego, we’ve got shoes to take you across the state where you can go skiing and go to the beach in the same day.  If you’re going to a political event in Sacramento, you’ll want to don the state’s colors, blue and gold.  Boston Proper has you covered in both blue and gold with their Jeweled Casual Sandal in blue and for casual events, the gold Jelly Thong.  Get 10% off your order from Boston Proper when you sign up for emails using our codes.

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Shoes Can Be Art

Anne Middleton
July 14th, 2015

Shoes can be art. Tired of non-descript beige, white, black and navy shoes?  Want to shake up your outfits?  We’ve got some atypical shoe choices that will spice up your summer wardrobe.  Say yes to color! Boston Proper always has classy shoes, but their sexy printed wedge with geometric designs reminds us of something that would be on the walls at MoMA rather than on your feet.  If you love color, shapes and comfort, check out this geometric wonder of a shoe.  Wondering if you can afford it?  Get 10% off when you use our codes. The Natassia Calf Hair Leopard Print Wedge at UGG is a classic wedge with a subtle leopard print.

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80s Fashion Strikes Again

Anne Middleton
July 14th, 2015

The 1980s were not exactly a sophisticated time in fashion history. Those of us who survived the decade of acid-washed denim, big hair and leg warmers tend to hide the photographic evidence. But, fashion is a revolving door and everything eventually becomes new again. Right now, 80s trends are back in a big way. Luckily, this time around they are a hint more demure and refined. So, while you can leave the blue eye shadow and Zubaz in the closet, fashion icons Cyndi Lauper and Madonna (the rendition with the cone bra and lace glove, not today’s adaptation with the matador costume) want you to know that these 80s crazes are back.

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Hot off the Grill!

Anne Middleton
July 14th, 2015

With these long summer nights, there’s nothing better than relaxing out on the patio and grilling with friends.  I find nights like these give me the perfect excuse to redecorate my backyard with new patio furniture, upgrade my grill, and revamp my dinnerware collection to ensure that it’s just right for entertaining outdoors! These outdoor dinners provide a great atmosphere for sharing stories, catching up, and enjoying each other’s company. Being able to retreat back to the perfect entertainment space makes relaxing alongside one another that much easier.

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An Interview with Twenty-Something Travel

Linda Lu
July 13th, 2015

Having traveled to over 40 countries and 5 continents, Stephanie Yoder from Twenty-Something Travel has seen places and spaces we haven’t yet had the chance to dream of. This go-getter turned what was supposed to be a one-year stint in London into a career of traveling. In a well-written blog complete with humor, useful travel tips, and plenty of information, it’s not surprising to find that Steph and her blog are often referred to as a go to source for travel information. A comprehensive site ranging from reviews, to food destinations, to personal stories, Twenty-Something Travel is one of the most illuminating travel blogs on the web.

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Shoes For America's Last Frontier

Anne Middleton
July 10th, 2015

Alaska is the largest state in the Union in landmass.  That’s a whole lot of miles to cover.  Outsiders first discovered Alaska in 1741 when Danish explorer Vitus Jonassen Bering sighted it on a voyage from Siberia.  Since then, Alaska has profited from gold rushes and oil booms.  Here are our shoe suggestions to tread the 6,000 miles of Alaskan coastline. As a nod to Alaska’s designation as “America’s Last Frontier”, you’ll need some sturdy boots, ladies, to trek this landmass.  We’ve got the perfect choice:  Boston Proper’s Boho Natural Cowboy Boot.

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