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Tracy: A Denim Goddess in Miami

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Fashion Breakdown: Top and cardigan by J. Crew; sunglasses by Dior; earrings from Chanel; jeans are from Citizens Of Humanity; belt by H&M; shoes from House Of Harlow; bag by Michael Kors.

Name: Tracy Chevel
Occupation: Finance
So you're on vacation? Yes, from New York City.
Who influences your fashion style? My mother. She's the most fashionably dressed woman on the planet.
So you mentioned you were the denim goddess today? Yes.

I just threw on every piece of denim I own. It was either this or a bikini

and heels.

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