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Community Feature: Amy Masterson carrying the brown leather market tote, standing in front of a blue door.

Community Feature: Amy Masterson

By Amy Masterson | May 30, 2019

Welcome to our new series! We’re featuring women from all walks of life who carry Urban Southern bags in their day to day lives. Meet Amy Masterson Location: Switzerland Instagram: @swissfamilymasterson 01. How would you describe your style? I’ll be 40 this year, and I’ve found that my style has currently evolved. I’m focusing more…

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Meet the SULFUR RIDGE TREEHOUSE: A Whimsical Tennessee Getaway

By Regina Bauman | May 28, 2019

A few weeks ago, when I stopped by the leather shop one day, Jen waved a business card at me. “Guess what?” she said. This lady offered her treehouse to US to use for a photo shoot! She told me all about the unique stories + details the Treehouse had, and about the fun lady,…

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Meghan Markle's basic, season neutral outfit.

How to Create a Season Neutral “Mom Style”, Inspired by Meghan Markle

By Meg Delagrange | May 17, 2019

We love Meghan Markle’s down to earth style with that occasional flair for funky or bohemian pieces. Besides loving her style, we also respect it because she so intentionally chooses to work with local and sustainable fashion brands. We’d love to be on one of Meghan’s favorite sustainable brand lists. She often finishes her outfits…

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A woman holds a Black Market Tote filled with flowers for Spring and Summer Style, featuring Kate Mundo, Kansas City Blogger.

5 Tips to Transition Your Wardrobe into Spring and Summer

By Regina Bauman | May 10, 2019

Photo Credit: @KateMundo Every spring I find myself wanting to just throw out all the heavy textures, and darker colors when the sunshine starts feeling warm and the flowers show their faces. I want light, airy, flowy, and patterned. I want to go through my closet, pack everything away and start completely fresh! But instead…

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A pair of jeans and a t-shirt with a brown leather tote, for everyday style inspiration.

Simple Style Hacks for the Busy Mom

By Tara Sliger | April 22, 2019

Hey Y’all! My name is Tara Sliger, and I am the new intern at Urban Southern! I have a degree in apparel merchandising and marketing from Southern New Hampshire University. I’ve always had my own personal style, but it’s really evolved over the years. I’ve had plenty of embarrassing style moments. When I look back…

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A wall full of hats. Easy steps to make a hat wall.

3 Easy Steps to Make a Hat Wall

By Meg Delagrange | March 20, 2019

I have a confession to make: I have a hat obsession. Hats bring me a lot of joy. I delight in my hats and I feel like such a delightful woman when I wear them. So, it’s no surprise that I have a lot of hats. The first thing that I absolutely knew that I…

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Tidying Up and living that way. A window bench in an urban apartment, with simple styling details. The perfect haven to rest in.

The Tidying Up Phenomenon – And How to Live that Way

By Regina Bauman | February 27, 2019

Have you watched the new Netflix show, Tidying Up by Marie Kondo? If not, you are one of the few that hasn’t! Since it aired on January first, people across Instagram and beyond have been sharing their tidying journeys, and it’s fascinating. Everyone is posting photos of bulging trash bags headed to GoodWill, neat drawers…

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A flat lay of an easy everyday layered style with a sweater, denim skirt, and full grain black leather bag.

5 Tips for Styling Sweaters in Your Outfit

By Meg Delagrange | February 21, 2019

1. Make a “V” or a Line. Or Both. This first style tip comes from one of my favorite stylists, Hilary Rushford. In her style class, Hilary teaches women to create either a “V” or a Line (waistline) in every outfit. If you’re able to create both, it’s a bonus! I love simple outfit tips…

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Creating a delightful connection with others.

Create A Delightful Connection With Others

By Regina Bauman | February 7, 2019

Last week there was no sunshine for five or six days. Only low hanging, gray skies that constantly threatened to drip even more moisture into our already saturated earth. Everywhere I looked it was brown on brown on gray on brown. There was no blue sky, no golden sunshine, no green grass or colorful trees.…

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