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Summer into Winter – Atlantic Plumbing – 02.09.2017

Turtleneck by Splendid; Dress by Tibi; Purse by Coach; Jacket by Zadig & Voltaire; Boots by Tabitha Simmons

Politiquette Tip:

One way I stretch my wardrobe out is by layering summer pieces so that they work in the winter.  Wearing a black turtleneck under my dress allows for an entirely different look.  You can see the difference from the summer look here.

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Photo Information: Photos by Anna Meyer taken at Atlantic Plumbing.


Tibi – Constitution Gardens – 06.07.2016

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Photo Information: Photos taken by Anna Meyer at the peaceful and often hidden Constitution Gardens at 17th and Constitution, NW on the National Mall.


Tibi – Shaw Public Library – 04.18.2016

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I try to set aside a few minutes a week to challenge myself to think of new outfits using pieces I already have in my closet.  I am weirdly a creature of habit and put many outfits on repeat.  While this may come as a surprise to you, given that I love fashion and style, I find myself so busy I rarely have time to think of what to wear until the last minute.  I know I am not alone in this predicament so here is a tip I figured out in recent years, one of the easiest ways to come up with new outfits is to purchase solid colored pieces so you can mix and match clothing more easily and innovatively.   This is definitely a way to save time, dollars and create fresh looks for the instafamous lives we all lead these days.

Create the same look with these pieces:

Photo Information:  Photos by Anna Meyer.  Photos taken at the DC Shaw Public Library in front of the Vivace Sculpture by Craig Kraft