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Thriftin’

Thriftin’

Whether you’re looking to get a little more serious about your thrifting or simply looking for tips to get started, here I share with you my own personal cheat sheet for making your next trip to the thrift store a success.

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Mixing Patterns

Mixing Patterns

I’m a big fan of patterns, such a fan that I enjoy throwing on as many as possible at one time. Growing up, there seemed to be the idea that if one element of my outfit featured some intricate design work, the rest of my outfit should balance it out by staying pretty solid and plain. To me, that sounds like I’m just not supposed to wear all of my fun clothes at once. And I don’t like that.

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The Slouch

The Slouch

Check out Jen's advice on a new trend that could be great for the coming fall season - slouchy menswear.

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Heat Wave Chic: Looking Good While Drenched in Sweat

Heat Wave Chic: Looking Good While Drenched in Sweat

So how do you “beat the heat,” as they say? I pretty much have one main qualification for a hot summer day ensemble: will this outfit prevent butt sweat? If the answer is “yes,” then I go with it. So on that note, here’s my list of summer essentials to help stay cool and avoid leaving a puddle of sweat behind you.

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The First Rule? There are no Rules.

The First Rule? There are no Rules.

For her first fashion post, Jen Merrill gives us the rules of fashion and the first rule is that there aren't any rules. Read how she describes fashion as being up to you and letting your fashion show who you are and how you're feeling each day.

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About This Blog

Designer Yves Saint Laurent once said, “Fashions fade, but style is eternal.” Contributing writer and editor – and co-owner of Harrisburg’s new boutique, Stash – Jen Merrill analyzes the true meaning of style as she explores trends and ideas related to clothing, accessories, home décor and design in this new online column.