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Kat: Layered and Luxe

Fashion Breakdown: Hair by Diane Lopez right here in Bal Harbour, dress is Urban Outfitters ("recycling the dress, it's about 4 years old"), cardigan from Express ("usually wear sweaters"), belt came with a Forever 21 Dress, bag Louis Vuitton, shoes could be Zara, wooden ring (right hand) from H&M, and watch by Guess

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Name: Katie Braunscheidel
Occupation: Sales with CBS
Originally from? Buffalo, NY where it's really cold.
How long have you been in Miami? Six years. But I've acclimated. So when it gets cold here in Miami, I'm freezing.
On a fashion side of things, do you like our winters here? Yes. Especially since I get to layer, which is what I like to do.

Spotted at the Elie Tahari Boutique during Art Nights






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