From Classic to Crazy: How To Make The Latest Nail Colors and Trends Your Own
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When it comes to style, I’m the first to get Capital L‑A‑Z‑Y. In fact, part of why I started Lucky Duck Living™ is because I wear t‑shirts all the time and I couldn’t find an American made brand that fit well, looked great, was super soft and had designs that made me happy. So... voila! This said, I’m very cost conscious and have … Continue reading

How To Create A Look That Works For YOU!
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Fashion is a funny thing and at times may seem fickle and unfriendly. The media and celebrity culture we live in can easily influence you into trends that aren’t flattering for your lifestyle or body type. Or perhaps you refuse this pressure, get annoyed or overwhelmed, causing you to abandon or ignore trends that may enhance your appearance, comfort or personal … Continue reading

Before and After and the Beauty of Wearing T‑Shirts That Fit!
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This week Lucky Duck Living™ launched our debut collection. Hurray! What I have on my mind, is that they are truly the BEST women’s fitted t‑shirts ever! I can’t wait to get them to y’all; you’re gonna love ’em, you’re gonna wear ’em and you’re gonna want to share ’em! This reminded me of a 3‑part super-simple summer makeover post I did earlier this … Continue reading

BlahBlah to VahVah-Vhoom: Part Three of Your Super-Simple Summer Makeover
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  The last two weeks I‘ve shared Part One and Part Two of Your Super-Simple Summer Makeover: “Frumpy to Fabulous” and “Slouchy to Svelte. Both are sure to give you a lift and together they’ll pave the path to your fresh new outlook. This week I’m wrapping up your makeover series with a fantastic style tip that can make the most of … Continue reading

To Be Or Not To Be?
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Sometimes a bad choice is better than no choice at all... That said, last week I splurged on a bevy of new nail polish. Ha! A gorgeous eggplant color, a metallic celadon, a deep plum, and a deeper plum with a gold shimmer, a dark magenta, even a metallic gold and silver to top it all off. By that evening I knew things had gone terribly wrong. The eggplant was … Continue reading