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A SPOONFUL OF STYLE by Patricia Dayacap

article_golden-globes-2014-best-dressed.jpgLike any girl who gets a kick out of seeing dreamy dresses parade down the red carpet, I spent a major part of Monday morning checking out what the stars wore at the 2014 Golden Globe Awards. In my fashion-obsessed mind, getting to wear gorgeous designer creations straight out of the catwalk is the best thing about being a celebrity (rubbing elbows with Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch comes a close second).

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A SPOONFUL OF STYLE by Patricia Dayacap

article_meeting-alexa.jpgAlexa Chung: the fringed beauty with legs for days, whose ensembles never fail to make it to the "looks to copy" folder in my head. The English-Chinese charmer whose sense of humor and outspoken personality are just as famed as her boy-girl stance on dressing; who pretty much stole the hearts of everyone in the fashion and beauty industry, what with a namesake designer bag, numerous magazine covers, and countless endorsements under her belt.

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A SPOONFUL OF STYLE by Patricia Dayacap

article_packing-spoonful-of-style.jpgThe last long trip out of the country I took was back in 2009, when my family and I embarked on a nearly two-month long adventure across Western Europe and the United States. Thanks to a baggage allowance of 12 45-pound bags (though I'm sure we brought less) among the six of us, my sister and I's packing strategy went like this: grab every single item in our shared closet and just stuff them into suitcases. Yes, every single one. You know the sisterhood of the traveling pants? Ours was the sisterhood of the traveling wardrobe. In hindsight, we probably didn't need to bring that much (especially since you also need to factor in shopping and washing machines) but it was nice to know that a particular skirt was hiding in some deep, dark crevice, waiting to be unearthed should I feel the urge to wear it.

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