This IND Styler is a big fan of boho (as you likely know by now) and it’s a testament to the style’s popularity that even the most eclectic dressers can take the trend totally uptown with soiree worthy pieces.
At kiki there are spades of stunning options for making even the most demure dress a bit more funky and we can’t get enough of this emerald-hued necklace that’s bold enough to go solo. At Brother’s on the Boulevard we’re digging this sheer topper that instantly takes a sleek look to a boho place and easily works casual funky for day or dressy for night. At Hemline there are some lace options we’re dying for when it comes to evening. Lace is perhaps one of the best ways to keep things dressy and still get a vintage boho kind of vibe. This long black dress is the perfect choice when you add an armful of bracelets from silver and yellow gold to rose gold and few beads.
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JUL 22 The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is "a lock" to win the Sun Belt Conference in football, Fox Sports opines in this post. There's a rundown of the other teams in the conference, but ULL is predicted to win the conference, thanks in large part to an "explosive" offense. Is it football season yet?
JUL 22 Columnist Stephanie Grace says Gov. Bobby Jindal may be meeting with state education officials (hey - you mean HIS education officials, don't you, Steph?) but it is clear he's not looking for a solution in the Common Core fracas. Bobby wants an issue he can take on the road, and this one seems to be it, she says.
JUL 22 This is a fascinating piece in the Picayune about the murder of a doctor in her St. Charles Avenue home 50 years ago. It's fascinating because of the mysteries and myths that have swirled around the incident for those decades, and because of the possible connection to the assassination of John F. Kennedy. There are a lot of interesting names in here, including Ochsner and Marcello, and as usual the comments below the story are nearly as entertaining as the story itself.
JUL 22 Here's a love letter from New York Daily News' Alex Palmer to Louisiana. In some ways it is the typical tourism article (with pronunciation guides and food definitions) but in another way it goes beyond that to list lesser-known spots to visit for food or tours.
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