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I don't pretend to understand the diversity of folks' taste in items. I often see things for sale in catalogs that I cannot imagine anyone would ever spend good money on. I would even put down a bet t... Posted on 11/22/13 at 4:11 PM
IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! A day for the girls at the Grand Forks Women's Show
Today's blog is written by local business woman and blogger, Michaela Schell.
Every so often, we ladies get a girls night out, but it is not very often we get an entire day out! Saturday, October 26t... Posted on 10/15/13 at 9:07 AM
BEST FRIENDS ND Volunteer at the Dickinson Expo with Best Friends
Best Friends Mentoring Program is looking for volunteers to help with the Dickinson Expo 2013 Food, Fashion, Fun. The Dickinson Expo will be held on Saturday, September 14th, at 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at t... Posted on 9/12/13 at 12:01 PM
STAFF BLOG SHESAYSTV What SheSays: Does Madonna dress too young?
Heidi Shaffer, Tracy Frank and Anna Larson discuss how Madonna got some backlash from her outfit she wore to the Billboard awards for 'dressing too young'. They discuss whether they're being too har... Posted on 7/31/13 at 6:06 PM
EH? PLUS Something old is something new
Because whats old often becomes new again in the fashion world, you just might pick up some wedding style tips next week as the Carlton County Historical Society trots outs some antique wedding dresse... Posted on 7/8/13 at 11:00 PM
As the director of career services at UND, Ilene Odegard, of Buxton, N.D., tries to set a good example for the students who come into her office to practice interviews. She sets an example in her speech, body language and in the way she dresses.
Wearing an olive top, large knit cardigan, brown boots and a statement necklace, Stephenie Huot looked cozy, yet pulled-together for a day at work. As the store manager of Kittson and Third, Huot knows a bit about style.
Wearing black yoga pants with red cheetah print accents and a matching long sleeve zip-up top both from Bebe, Tammy Campbell, of Grafton, N.D., burned some calories walking around the mall with her cousin before stores opened.
Studio Cream Eyeliner by e.l.f. is the first nonstick or nonpencil eyeliner I’ve purchased. The product comes in an adorable, little glass container with a tiny brush. It’s extremely creamy and pigmented. And, to my surprise, it’s easy to apply.
Wearing a cozy, cream sweater and a dark knit scarf, UND freshman biology student Caitlyn Carlson, of Bismarck, kept warm walking to class on a chilly, fall afternoon. She finished her look with pale pink pants and brown riding boots from Target.
In Grand Forks for just one day, Carmela Perez, of Saskatoon, Sask., took advantage of her time by visiting Columbia Mall and buying clothes and accessories, including a black jacket lined with leopard print — her signature print.
For an early-evening coffee meeting at Urban Stampede, Brooke Kupcho, of Fargo, wore a cozy, layered look perfect for fall. Kupcho was in Grand Forks to pitch her quarterly publication, “Wolftree Magazine” to the North Dakota Museum of Art and had several other meetings scheduled throughout the day.
Recently while scarf shopping — something I do quite frequently as you can imagine — boutique owner Shanna Lee of SHANNALEE in Fargo started showing me some great new tying techniques. Thanks to Lee’s tips, scarves can be your go-to accessory, too.
So much stress is put into “the dress,” but what do you do with it after you say “I do”? Some brides carefully clean and preserve their wedding dresses for keepsake or future generations. Others trash ‘em for the camera.
Wearing a beautiful, long taupe trench coat with ruffle details, Brittany Ruhr of Fargo grabbed a light lunch at Dakota Harvest before heading back to work. Ruhr recently started a new job at BBI International in downtown Grand Forks, where she works with advertising and online content.
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