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    Startorial Strikes Back: Fashion Horoscopes!

    We’re back for another round of fierce and fashionable horoscopes! Let’s see what the stars have to say.     December 22nd – January 21st MeMoi & the Stars Recommend: Lurex Backseam Tights Prepare for the unexpected, Capricorn! With Mars making an appearance in your cosmic life you can be sure that springing into action is what’s going to get things rolling for you, so be prepared to “wow” everyone more than you already do!   January 22nd – February 21st MeMoi & the Stars Recommend: Bling Bling Crew Socks Good news incoming, Aquarius! Mercury is your happy messenger this time of year, and a windfall could be headed your…

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    Spring Fling

    Let’s just spring right into things shall we? Spring is only a few weeks away (no matter what that groundhog says) so of course MeMoi is ready to go with the latest on-trend styles for the season of renewal! I wanted to tie this into something else, but I’ll be honest: I’m so excited for this collection that I’d rather give you a run down of my seasonal favs! There’s a lot of excitement and innovation happening at MeMoi these days. From new wellness products, to sentimental socks, and more looks with attitude, we’re redefining the “me moment.” Here are just some of the styles helping us to do that!…

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    Carnival Couture

    Glam yourself in gold, purple, and green, and turn up the Zydeco, it’s almost Fat Tuesday! Carnival has been going strong since the end of Christmas, and it all culminates this week! In reality, Mardi Gras has been going for the past two weeks, but the party really hits its climax on the days leading up to Fat Tuesday (or Shrove Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday). Here in the states, we know most of the Carnival traditions from New Orleans (that’s Nawlins, in case you needed a pronunciation).  But Carnival has been celebrated around the world in various forms since ancient times, with the traditions we know today stemming…

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    First Lady Fashionistas

    The President may be the Commander-in-Chief, but since the turn of the century, the US has looked to the First Lady as Commander-in-Chic. This wasn’t always the case – it could be said that the progress of media led us here. Sure, maybe Mary Todd Lincoln had her own style, but we didn’t hear much about presidential wives until radio became a thing, and when television got to us the influence truly began. Since then the First Lady has become like a celebrity (it really began with Jackie Kennedy) and people love to hear about what the First Lady is saying, doing, and yes, wearing. After all, fashion can be…