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Erika the Nouveau Norwegian

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Fashion Breakdown: Dress from a boutique in Las Vegas, necklace Forever XXI, shoes from Rampage, bag from Nordstorm, watch by Michael Kors, nail polish from Walgreen's - "I think it's called Electric Orange and it was 99 cents."

Name: Erika Thomas
Occupation: I'm a copywriter.
Native? No. I was born in Norway and moved to Pensacola when I was three.
How long have you been in Miami? Two years.
What do you think the next trend will be? More

trousour pants, more classic lady dressing. I still see the bandage

dresses out there, but throwing on a nice cardigan over it will be a

nice change.
What do you think will be most popular? Bikini or one-piece? Definitely bikinis in Miami, but more of a boy short, even high waist bottom, getting away from the thongs look.
On your way to this event, what were you listening to on your radio? YACHT!! I can't believe the DJ (Daisy O'Dell) here just played it too!

Spotted at the Elle Spa Opening at Eden Roc Hotel



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