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RHEA: Great Looking, Great Wearing All-Weather Shoes

Photo Credit: Shawn Roberts Living in Vermont has it pros and cons. The Pros: An incredibly welcoming atmosphere, stunning sunsets over Lake Champlain, sustainable agriculture, Bernie Sanders, and of course, Ben and Jerry’s. The Cons: Beautiful falls that are far too short and frigid winters that are WAY too long, accompanied with unnecessary loads of…

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A Great Tall Boyfriend…from Long Tall Sally

Check out some additional photos and details on my love of denim for Long Tall Sally’s “Love. Wear. Repeat. Denim” Campaign! Normally I fly solo, but today I’m in love. Long Tall Sally sent me a pair of boyfriend jeans and we are in the midst of a beautiful relationship. I never dreamed the new…

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In Denim Country: Long Tall Sally Takes Austin

See my post as part of the “Love. Wear. Repeat. Denim.” Campaign on Long Tall Sally’s website! I work as an architect in Austin, Texas. In Austin, it’s denim on denim on denim all day, from behind computer screens to construction sites to evening concerts downtown. Balmy Southern winters require little more than an (embroidered) denim jacket…

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Vote with Your Wallet—and Make it Autograf New York

As The Height of Style has grown over the years, I’ve aimed for editorial neutrality—preferring to keep politics out of the picture. But today, ignoring what is happening on a national political stage is impossible, at least for me. Even my seemingly insulated love of fashion has been affected. I can’t feign neutrality. Not today,…

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If the Long Tall Sally Shoe Fits, Play in It!

To this day, every time the flash goes off, I have to remind myself to “act like normal Kacy.” Those who know me best know I have a mischievous streak—and am in no way afraid of looking stupid when there’s no camera around. My charge to myself is to be the person that my friends and family would recognize….

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Hint Hint for the Holidays…Try Cuyana For Great Gifts

If there’s anything I wouldn’t have anticipated about my sartorial tastes as I’ve aged, it most certainly would be that I’d find myself a proponent of a) minimalist uniforms; b) neutral palettes; and c) fewer, but better-made pieces. Despite glamming it up for photoshoots on The Height of Style, my workweek wardrobe is becoming a plug-and-play game…