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Cheryl Goes Black and Blue

Fashion Breakdown: Top from Urban Outtfiters, pants from Macy's, belt from another outfit, bag by BCBG, boots Nordtrom (has them also in brown), necklace from an Española Way shop, name ring from her dad when she was a kid, watch by Swatch, and bracelets from different boutiques in North Carolina.
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Name:  Cheryl Kate Hohweiler
Occupation: Fashion Publicist
Where from? New York
How long in Miami? About 2 years.
Enjoy the winters in Miami?

Yes. A lot better then the ones in NY. I do miss the fashions. I love

to layer, though I don't like to wear heavy jackets, hence the layering.

Scarves are my favorite.
What do you think the trends you will be wearing this winter? I think it's this mustard like color is great. Trying to find the right pieces for my wardrobe to mix in. Also plum is nice.
Where are you on Friday nights? There's a secret society party we call The Wig Party.
Really...? Yeah, it's a private party every Friday night and there are costumes.

Spotted at The Wine Depot & Bistro 555 for their One Year Anniversary

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