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Winter Weekend Layers to Live In c/o Talltique

Despite having grown up in Vermont, my sensitivity to cold is my adult Achilles’ heel (speaking of, my heels are freezing as I type this). We’ve had a cold snap here in Boston and I’ve struggled to adapt. I can’t tell whether my tall person circulatory system seems balks at working harder or if I have onset…

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Navy Yard Dancing with Talltique

Photo Credit: C. William Leverenz When I moved to D.C. in September, it was one of those situations where I had to go in a heartbeat and begin working that next Monday. I moved into the first apartment I could find, and by happy accident wound up in the most beautiful apartment with the loveliest…

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Upping the Casual Game with Talltique

I spend most weekends furiously running errands around town, and trying to fit in the tasks I neglected during the previous week (god help me if I ever have children). My hopping from sun salutations to late breakfast to the grocery store to Target and beyond of course necessitates versatile, utilitarian staples. But I often use “utility”…

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The Artful Jersey Dress C/O Leota New York

This Leota dress started out as all good ones do—cut and built in New York’s garment district, handled and shipped from their offices in Brooklyn. When it arrived at my apartment across the borough, I found the pattern to be even more lively and sweet in person than I had anticipated from the website photos. So,…

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The Beautiful and Ethical Dress Choice C/O Leota New York

As an environmentalist both personally and professionally, sustainability is an important factor in the food I eat and the clothes I choose to wear. I strive to shop at farmers markets and support local businesses over large, distant chains. However, I have found it remarkablely difficult to find clothing that is made locally and sustainably—add…

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A Dress Fit To Travel the World In c/o Leota New York

The first thing I did in my Leota Sweetheart Dress was ride my bike to work. Its simple design means a few things: no bulk, no pleats, no frills. There’s nothing that gets in the way of being active, and nothing that makes sitting still feel stiff and constricting. Its length (at 40″), too, is…