Posts Tagged ‘ baedeker ’

Deciding on an Ivey Abitz Wardrobe with A Little Help from the Designer Herself

March 6, 2009
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by Kimberly from Pennsylvania I would like to think I’m pretty good at putting outfits together, but in reality I’m probably hit or miss. When my outfit is a good one it’s pretty great but some of my misses would make me eligible for that TV show with the secret footage. One huge mistake...

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Versatility Reigns with Ivey Abitz Ties and Sashes

June 5, 2008
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Chasing toddlers on a daily basis and want to be comfortable? No problem. Just don a beautiful Baedeker Dress (sans sash) and you can roll around on the floor with the lil' hobgoblins all day long. (BONUS FEATURE: the decorative buttons on the dress keep the kids busy for an extra 20-30 minutes as...

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My Precious Baedeker Shirt

May 27, 2008
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I think the last time I had worn taffeta was as a little girl: a poofy skirted dress that always impelled me to twirl around and around pretending I was a ballerina. But then my eyes beheld a beautiful sight one day and I realized that I just HAD to have something in that...

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My Introduction to the Baedeker Dress

May 21, 2008
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...after doing some quick calculations, I realized that all of my "great deals" that I had purchased over the past two years totaled up to an amount that could have purchased several Baedeker dresses...ouch!

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A Queen of All She Surveys in Ivey Abitz

February 25, 2008
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I wouldn’t want to read too much into my shirt and skirt, but I think if I had been sitting there in a sweatshirt, jeans, and loafers, the conversation would not have started in the same way. I, of course, didn’t feel like a queen, but I did have that relaxed sort of sophisticated...

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Everyday Chores in Ivey Abitz

February 19, 2008
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It falls like a skirt, feels like a skirt, but has the wearability of a trouser. I am finding them very versatile. It’s like having 2 items of clothing for the price of 1.

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I Love the Baedeker and the Baedeker Loves Me

February 17, 2008
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A friend of mine is a no-nonsense tower of strength. She is a former police officer and now the director of a university criminal justice department specializing in human trafficking. We were talking about teaching our grandchildren lessons. I asked her what she teaches her granddaughters. I readied myself for a learning experience. She...

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