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Cable Knits and Boyfriend Jeans — Sea of Shoes

I cannot tell you much I am enjoying the cooler mornings we are having! I feel like I’ve run out of cute outfit ideas for 98 degree weather. I’m so over my sundresses at this point. I leaped at the opportunity to wear my first sweater in months. These jeans I’m wearing are one of […]

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Season Style: Winter Wonderland ❄️ — STYLE CLOUD

With us being only 5 weeks (whilst writing this, 37 days, 14 hours and 26 minutes to be precise) away from Christmas (EEEEKK!), it is time to banish those wardrobe worries and stay stylishly warm this winter. Trying to channel our inner Serena Van Der Woodsen whilst number one, not having her bank balance and […]

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Inside the Fez Medina Tannery — RITSCH EXPLORER

Walking inside the Fez medina was like stepping foot in another world. We navigated through narrow alleyways that could only be accessed by foot or donkey, past shops of metalwork, scarves, robes, spices- anything you could possibly imagine. We passed a butchers and a camel head cut off at the neck hung as a greeting […]

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New to me amnesty: the Carolyn pyjamas — The Monthly Stitch

I had grand plans to have these pjs finished in time for New to Me week, but here we are on amnesty day and they’ve barely been done for two days. Oh well, better late than never, eh? We’re gearing up for a heatwave here in Seattle and I have nothing but tatty winter-weight pyjamas […]

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The reasonable person assumption principle — W. Smith

How would I respond when my sister is really grumpy and snaps at me for dropping the silverware? Am I going to tell myself that she’s a horrible sister and it would be better to stay away? Or would I guess that she had had a tough day at work and a horrible headache? Naturally […]

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