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Taylor Aube is a fashion & lifestyle blogger, New York Fashion Week photographer, and a fashion writer discussing the fashion industry and runway trends.
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Gorjana – Stacked Rings

Gorjana is a lightweight jewelry company that will help you achieve the perfect effortless layered jewelry look. After all, the jewelry is intentionally designed to be layered and worn multiple ways. Stacking rings is such a pretty way to add minimal details to your outfit. My favorite things about stacked jewelry are that you can just throw it on as you go, mix and match different styles, or go heavy on one hand and bare...

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Autumn Colors: Camel and Maroon

This autumn season I am striving for the perfect color palette. I think the shades camel, maroon, dusty rose, nude and brown all mix perfectly. Creating a wardrobe color palette is my goal and by starting off with a few shades as seasons go by I can branch out into different colors, ensuring the perfect mix-and-match wardrobe. The beautiful new clothing brand Dezzal sent me over this Deep Red Lace Midi Dress and a Camel Longline Wool...

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New York Fashion Week Part 1: Rent The Runway

I am so excited to share my first post from New York Fashion Week featuring my picks from the amazing clothing rental website Rent The Runway! I was in NYC for 8 days and I was going for 10 until I decided to switch my flight and come home early. Turns out walking, ubering and taking the train everywhere for 7 straight days turns you off for doing it another 3 when you actually have...

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Banana Republic Bow Blouse and Flounce Skirt

The classic button down and a flirty skirt - in this post these two wardrobe staples are brought to life, with a little flare of course. Add a bow and some flounce and you have these perfect pieces by Banana Republic. Seriously, this brand can do no wrong in my eyes.  I can wear this blouse to work and furthermore, it is even chic enough to wear to an event like New York Fashion Week. It surely...

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How To Style A Sequin Skirt: Charleston Edition

It's not hard to match your outfit to the pops of color on Rainbow Row in Charleston, SC. In fact, I believe every building or home in Charleston makes up at least one shade on the ROY G. BIV spectrum. Inspired by this colorful city, I planned one of my most vibrant outfits to date, which was a melange of a sequin skirt, pastels, and bold colors. When I first saw my new favorite wardrobe item,...

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Dagne Dover Organization

Girl Boss Tips with Dagne Dover

I write this post as I am recuperating from one. crazy. work. week. Keeping up with a blog on top of working 40 hours a week is extremely difficult, but as fashion and photography are a few of my favorite hobbies I always make time for my creative outlet! By day I work as an Executive Administrative Assistant at a Medicaid program, and by night I am generally in a pajama shirt, sans pants, on my...

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Nautical Trends: Sailor Stripes

As many of you may know, I am from the amazing city of Cambridge and Boston. I claim both as my residency because well, Cambridge is an eye's shot away from the big B and I also spent 8 years of my life in Boston for high school and college. My weekend routine was grabbing an ice cream at Toscanini's in Central Square and promenading past MIT, over the Mass Ave bridge on my way to Newbury...

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Casual, Cool and Effortless Style

Casual, cool and effortless style. These are three words that are extremely important to adhere to during warmer weather, but more importantly summer style! There is a saying that beauty is pain, but I don’t necessarily agree with it (well, my feet beg to differ – just keep reading). What I am trying to say is that we don’t have to be miserable in the heat or the cold to achieve fashionable looks. This lightweight...

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Los Angeles Vibes

When my friend Krista of Krista Lajara Photography asked me work together on a grungy-downtown photo shoot, I was so ecstatic!  She scouted all of these run-down areas that have an 80's L.A. ambiance - colorful, strange and unique. I think the theme was well executed and I got to put my alternative modeling skills to the test. If there is one thing you should know about me, and if you haven't learned this yet I'm about to drop some...

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Taylor in Wonderland

Whimsical, pastel & floral - did you expect anything less from me? For being the least girly-girl person I know, for some reason I am so attracted to all things ethereal. I love fantasies, romance and made-up stories, but I rarely wear makeup. When I eat I get food all over my face (I really can't help it!!!) and I probably have a unibrow going on due to lack of waxing/plucking, but you can't see it because it's...

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Blue Crush

Hello everyone! I am so sorry I've been MIA. I haven't posted on my blog in almost THREE WEEKS - I can't believe it's been so long, but I have been very busy with work and pursuing new things. Hopefully I will have some great news to share with you all next week. I will definitely be following up if all goes will with my big job interview!! Fingers crossed I get it! Another life...

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Boho Romper

Lacey details, flowing sleeves and platform shoes. I have always been a fan boho-inspired clothing so in this styled shoot I wanted to highlight my inner 70's flower child. Speaking of the 70's and all it's glorious peace, love and happiness - another one of my favorite aspects from this era is the Age of Aquarius mindset. Although my astrological sign can't claim the title of that equally amazing song, I really can't deny that I...

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Coach Dinky Bag Spring/Summer 2016

Green is such a refreshing color. It is the quintessential color for spring because the trees and flowers bloom back to life in a sea of emerald. Currently in North Carolina spring is in full swing! I thought the thriving scenery of downtown Fayetteville would be the perfect location to shoot my latest collaboration. I am so excited to share these photos from my work with Coach featuring the Dinky Bag. I must give credit where it's due because...

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Wild West

The American Frontier is home to a rich history of cowboys, horses, gold mining, saloons and showdowns. This history came to life in my recent photo shoot in Heber City, Utah where there is a replica city built that looks exactly like a small town in the wild west. All of these rustic buildings are fully-functional shops ranging from antique stores, to fine dining, to a pet washing store. In my case I used this area to...

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Vagabond Vintage

There is nothing quite like breathing new life into a vintage piece of clothing. It could be your grandmother's earrings that you inherited, or it could be an 80's leather jacket you found at a thrift store. No matter where the piece came from the sentimental values of vintage finds are incomparable. Vintage clothes have lived for years and have walked many paths. A vintage item holds a piece of history with it no matter whose closet...

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DSTLD Luxury Denim

If there is one thing you should know about me as a fashion blogger it is that I have strong values when it comes to the industry as a whole. I believe a fashion company should have a social corporate responsibility, and whether that is giving back to the community, being eco-friendly, supporting freelance artists, or all of the above, I seek out brands whose values align with my own. That being said, I'd like to...

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Think Pink!

Recently I have faced the many dilemmas of adulthood. From what I've learned so far, what many like to call "adulting," is no easy feat. It's crazy to me that all you learn in high school and college is rarely applicable to real life, especially adulthood. School teaches you to be book smart, but it's up to your parents and yourself to teach you how to be street smart. Things like changing your car oil, cleaning...

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Bisous

Need a little Valentine's Day inspiration? Look no further! I am so excited to share these lovely pictures, which were photographed by my friend Matthew Wonderly. This shoot was inspired by one of my all time favorite photographers, Tim Walker, who is known for his elaborate set deigns and whimsical photography. A room full of balloons, flowers, curly hair and red lips could not have been a dreamier set for a Valentine's Day outfit post!...

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DIY – Empty Perfume Bottle With Pearls

Have you been wondering what what to do with an empty perfume bottle? Well here is the perfect solution! I had an empty Chanel Chance bottle that I bought in Paris and I didn't know what to do with it. Since it has a sense of nostalgia I didn't want to just throw it away. I decided to repurpose the bottle and use it as room decor. Since an empty bottle sitting on a mantel looks a little strange,...

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Monochrome

This is my take on a monochrome look and not to toot my own horn, but I think it came out pretty well! My mom got me this cashmere sweater with the uneven hem for Christmas. It's extremely soft and it got me wondering where this luxurious material comes from. Fun fact: cashmere comes from different types of goats and is not wool like a sheep, but actually hair! The material is incredibly warm and its insulation is...

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