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Fashion Breakdown: Top by Robbi & Nikki; dress from Zara; boots from BCBG; clutch is vintage; bone ring from Africa; wedding ring was custom-made, from her husband.

Name: Ginger Harris
Occupation: Editor of Daily Candy Miami
Who or what influences you in fashion? I look to vintage always. I like to mix a little bit of modern to keep it cool, to keep it different.
Who are your style icons? Anyone

like Marylin Monroe. I look to people who are the classic silver screen

starlets because the glamor, it was amazing. I also loved the decade of

the '50s, where everything seemed very feminine, and the '70s for the lean

silhouettes. I love those two decades in women's fashion.
Lets talk about this lip color. Oh yes!!! It's my new Rouge

Allure Velvet Chanel lipstick, color 39 La Somptueuse. I'm telling you I

am rocking this everywhere I go from now on. It's the greatest lipstick

known to man.
Who styles your hair? It's all Todd from Van Michael Salon, I'm obsessed with him. He's amazing.

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