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Attached at the Hip | Part 3

{ Monday Blog Series: We’re going to start the week from now on with a new little tidbit that will lovingly be titled Attached at the Hip. It’s going to be the day of the week that we bring you reports of things we did together or our different takes on things. It will be a day of sisterhood, adventures and a general state of ridiculousness. Why not celebrate how much we love one another and how different yet the same we are?! }

We have come to find that we are both pretty traditional girls when it comes to fashion. Nothing too racey, nothing overstated, and always feminine. As with everything we each have our own take on what that means. We, also, each have a fashion icon that we stick with for guiding fashion principles. Doesn’t really apply when we find ourselves in Whole Foods wearing yoga pants and running shoes…. But good in theory.

Strangely enough both actresses can be found in our grandfather’s VHS collection that we spent countless hours watching over and over again during childhood summer vacations. After you’ve watched Charade and To Catch a Thief about a million times you start to worship these two ladies.

A. is Grace Kelly tried and true. Feminine, old-fashioned skirts that emphasize the waist, blouses, scarves, floral patterns, nude colored heels, and yellow gold accessories. One semester in France and she came home looking like a girl.

I’m Audrey Hepburn. Or so I like to think. I want to be rebellious but don’t have the balls to go too crazy. My defaults are solid colors, ballet flats and black skinny cropped pants. I keep everything basic. No accessories and no make-up other than mascara if it’s a big night.

Be a lady. Please share your thoughts.

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