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My name is Christie and I am 20 years old living in New York City. I am a student who loves to share adventures, advice, and of course my love for photography and fashion in my spare time. I also adore interior design, skincare, fragrances, art, music, and writing. Just to give you a little bit of a gist, my favorite stores include & Other Stories, Mango, Reformation, Realisation Par, Zara, Re/Done, other vintage stores...Parisian style inspires me in all ways possible. I believe I was a French woman in another life, but we can dream. I cannot wait to travel and document all of my stories and photographs here. I admire a bit of a tomboy, simple, effortless, vintage style and that is the vibe I hope to communicate on my platforms ❣
I ramble quite a lot but I absolutely love talking to all of you guys and hearing your stories/advice/really anything! Don't hesitate in reaching out xx 

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  1. Love your style!

    xxAmanda
    http://www.poiseinwings.com/

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  2. I was just wondering what theme you're using for your blog?

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    1. if you scroll all the way down on my blog it's linked! x

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  3. I adore your blog and have been a long time follower! I was wondering what you thought about working retail because I think it was in a past post that you said you worked for a clothing store. I'm looking into going into retail but have mostly heard bad things about it.

    http://sarahgrapes.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hey! Thank you for all your continuous support! It means the world. So I started working retail when I was 15 (crazy I know hahaha) and then stopped when I was 18, so I definitely have had my fair share of retail experiences! At certain stores I actually didn't mind it--I liked talking to the customers and styling them and building relationships, but at other stores I had more negative experiences. I think you have to find a store that fit you and shares your passions/style. Retail is hard, long work and I definitely don't want to return to it, but again if you find a store that you love it can be a great job.

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