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European Fashion: What to Wear in Europe to not Look like a Tourist

European Fashion – What to Wear in Europe to not Look like a Tourist Yes, you are a tourist. Some people say that it is ok to look like one. I personally like to blend in and not draw attention to myself. There is always a little feeling of accomplishment when I am walking down …

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A Fashion Road Trip through Eastern Europe

Americans love road trips. Americans love shopping. So, it seemed only natural that we fashionistas would combine our two favorite pastimes and plan a mini road trip through Eastern Europe, all in the name of shopping. The plan was to start in Prague, travel through the Czech Republic into Austria, then Slovakia and end up in …

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Treasure Hunting in Praha

­Praha (Prague) is arguably the most charming city in Europe. Small, cobblestone streets make way for sprawling renaissance squares and ornately sculpted buildings in creamy hues leading to dramatic bridges that link two sides of the city together. What could make a day strolling on the Charles Bridge followed by a decadent lunch of crispy duck, …

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Budget Savers When Traveling in Europe

Even with the value of the dollar approaching that of the euro, Americans traveling in Europe on a budget still need to be creative and mindful. The following suggestions can help any traveler, but especially those who prefer traveling independently. Airfare Finding the lowest airfares to Europe can be incredibly time-consuming. I turn to a reputable travel …

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Barcelona: The New Mecca of Shoes

For shopping addicts, there is no fix as satisfying as finding fabulous shoes at an attainable price. These days, sadly, if you’re craving a fashion forward style in luxurious material that won’t leave your feet looking as if they’ve been through Chinese binding, the price tag is upwards of $400. In Barcelona, however, shoes are …

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Stopping by Hermès in Paris

Have you ever walked by the Hermès Paris flagship store? If you haven’t  and, whether or not your budget allows you to shop there, you should make it a priority to drop by. If only to see the the windows. Each season, Hermès’ window designer, the legendary Leila Mencharin, creates fantastic displays that are usually the stuff of …

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