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Mon 03.21
Snob Guide to Italian Wines

Snob Guide to Italian Wines: Veneto

Veneto is the Largest Producer of DOC Wines. You know this area because it’s where Venice and Verona are, but in terms of wine, you know it because it’s where Prosecco comes from. And if you’ve ever had brunch, you’ve had Prosecco.

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Snob Guide to Italian Wines
Snob Guide to Italian Wines
Snob Guide to Italian Wines
Wed 03.16
Customizable Fashion

Fashion Custom Made for You: The Best in Bespoke

The idea of buying couture seems like something that exists in a fantasy world for most, but now there are many options allowing you to get that personalized experience of having fashion made just for you. With all the off-the-shelf choices out there, there doesn’t seem to be much that’s truly special anymore. Besides, sometimes it’s not about exclusivity as much as it is necessity: Finding shoes that fit perfectly isn’t possible for some, and as for jeans? We all know the pains of finding a pair of jeans that fits like a glove. These customizable options allow you to get one-of-a-kind treatment – and they’re so much more affordable than you’d think…

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The Best in Customized Fashion
The Best in Customized Fashion
The Best in Customized Fashion
Mon 03.14
Choosing a Bag Based on the Art That Inspires You

Choosing a Bag Based on the Art That Inspires You

Is your bag taste aligned with the art that inspires you? Let’s put that to the test with a fun game. Pick the art that inspires you the most and see if its corresponding bag also touches you at the core. Your feelings towards art are so personal and emotional – just like how you feel about your bags! I can’t wait to see everybody’s results. Make sure to comment here or on Facebook.

Thu 03.10
Snob Guide to Italian Wines

Snob Guide to Italian Wines: Tuscany

The best part about getting to know wines from a particular country (other than the actual drinking of them, of course) is the underlying acquaintance with the culture. Italian wines, like Italian people, are true free spirits. This is by no means a comprehensive guide to Italian wines, though, which are notorious for being confusing and hard to categorize. This is a tip-of-the-iceberg overview. It’s not even the CliffsNotes; think of these as the margin notes on your CliffsNotes. My attempt is to cover the specifics, so you can start to get a deeper understanding by doing the fun part: drinking wine!

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Snob Guide to Italian Wines
Snob Guide to Italian Wines
Wed 03.09
The Five Essentials Beauty Products

The Five Essentials Beauty Products: Hair Edition

Everybody has their one thing they love about themselves. For me, it’s my hair. I can critique every other body part until I am adequately depressed and need to call up a bestie for a glass of wine. So as I age and gain weight, along with whatever else happens that keeps going down with time, my hair is the one thing that I must maintain at all costs. It’s safe to say my obsession is pretty extreme. But to put my neurosis to work for you, here are my five essentials for keeping hair beautiful, healthy, and bouncy.

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The Five Essentials Beauty Products
The Five Essentials Beauty Products
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The Five Essentials Beauty Products
Fri 03.04
Burlap Vs. Canvas

Burlap vs. Canvas: What’s the Difference?

The warm weather months are just around the corner, meaning it’s time to stock up on summery totes, the kind you can only truly indulge in when the heat is on – or when you’re on a tropical vacation. While shopping for these, though, it’s good to know what you’re looking at. Burlap and canvas are two common materials used in the construction of beachy bags, but they aren’t the same…

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Burlap Vs. Canvas
Burlap Vs. Canvas
Burlap Vs. Canvas
Burlap Vs. Canvas
Mon 02.29
Balance Your Dueling Personalities

Balance Your Dueling Personalities: Tough Vs. Dainty

Your wardrobe reflects your personality and for all our own varied tones and moods, our bags should have just as many facets. The demure, feminine girl sometimes gets taken over by a rough and tumble attitude, and vice versa. Isn’t that what makes being a woman so fabulously fun? Make sure your bags show how are you feeling each day.

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Balance Your Dueling Personalities
Balance Your Dueling Personalities
Balance Your Dueling Personalities
Balance Your Dueling Personalities
Thu 02.25
Trend Setting Clutches for Under $100

Trendsetting Clutches for Under $100

When it comes to breaking down bag styles, the clutch is where the fun happens. It seems the smaller the bag, the bigger the impact – and the more you can let loose. But often times, the bummer that comes with spending too much on something fun kills the joy in the process. These clutches here will give you ample reason to party, while hitting all the current trends, from lively embellishments to alluring textures, to keep you at the top of your game, as always.

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Trend Setting Clutches for Under $100
Trend Setting Clutches for Under $100
Trend Setting Clutches for Under $100
Trend Setting Clutches for Under $100
Tue 02.23
An Interview with Corina Stefirta of Sage Femme

Making of a Bag: Sage Femme

When I came across this new brand, I instantly fell in love. Sage Femme’s bags have clean lines, perfected symmetry, and classic shapes with distinctive detailing: all necessary hallmarks of Snob worthiness. Corina Stefirta founded Sage Femme after years of working at Tod’s, and her experience shows. She manufactures her own bags in her own artisan studio, which operates in the same space as her design studio. This is unheard of – unless you’re basically Hermès or something. If you’re wondering why the distinction is so important, it’s because Corina is able to collaborate with the artisan, ensuring each piece is produced in the most elegant manner possible, using techniques that allow for the highest-quality results.