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Table of Contents The Basics Meet the LLA Team Reasons to Celebrate by Sophie Cook Things We Love by Dahlia Joseph, Faith Lierheimer, and Yzabelle Onate. September Playlist by Sophie Cook News and Current Events Upcoming Brand: Warby Parker by Sophie Cook

Travel: New York City by Yzabelle Onate You Need A Savings Goal by Faith Lierheimer Ask Him Out First by Faith Lierheimer How To Eat Eco-Friendly by Faith Lierheimer An Interview with Sophie Cook Fashion and Interior Decorating

Why We Love Audrey: Part 1 by

9 Essentials for the Audrey Like

Sophie Cook

College Girl by Seijah Drake

Charity: Microfinancing by Griffin

Easy Hairstyles for Fall by Seijah

Gibson A Look at the News of August by Ashley Reed

Drake Your First Apartment by Elizabeth Petticrew

Lifestyle

Recreating the Look: Breakfast At

Establishing a Morning Routine by

Tiffany’s by Elizabeth Petticrew

Sophie Cook

Fall Fashion Shoot by Elizabeth

Dorm Room Recipes by Dahlia Joseph

Petticrew, Jimena Gonzalez, and

A Review of Enders Game by Faith

Sophie Cook

Lierheimer

Photo Credits Keep in Touch!


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Sophie Cook Editor in Chief

Seijah Drake Fashion Editor

Ashley Reed News&Current Events Editor

Elizabeth Petticrew Photography Director

Faith Lierheimer Lifestyle Editor

Griffin Gibson Contributor

Meet the Living Like Audrey Team for September

Dahlia Joseph Contributor

Yzabelle Onate Contributor


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! Reasons to Celebrate: September 2 Labor Day 4 All the single ladies shake it, because it is Beyonce’s birthday. 6 Read a Book Day

8 Make your Grandma a card, get your Grandpa a new fishing hat, because today is Grandparent’s Day. 9 Rom-com star Hugh Grant’s birthday and the fifty-ninth anniversary Audrey Hepburn’s second film, Sabrina. Our goal in life is to move to Paris for a year and come back unrecognizably gorgeous.... 10 Argue what you will, but Colin Firth (whose birthday we celebrate today) is the best Mr. Darcy ever. 11 On this day, we remember the tragic terrorist attack on the Twin Towers in 2001. 12 John F. Kennedy married Jacqueline Bouvier in 1953. 13 It’s a lucky day all around as we celebrate Fortune Cookie Day and Irish One Direction member Niall Horan’s birthday. 15 Prince Harry will be turning 29, hopefully in a respectable manner. 20 Sophia Loren’s birthday, as well as the forty-sixth anniversary of the Audrey Hepburn film Two for the Road. 21 Sandra Day O’Connor is sworn in as the first woman Supreme Court judge. 24 F.Scott Fitzgerald’s birthday. We recommend watching Tom Hiddleston’s portrayal in Midnight in Paris to celebrate. 30 Sally Ride becomes the first woman in space.


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♡Things We Love♡ Dahlia Joseph, Contributor

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My Rosebud Lip Salve: This stuff is amazing! It keeps my lips hydrated all day! Definitely my go to product all year around. 2.Lilly Pulitzer Jumbo Agenda: This agenda is perfect for staying organized, plus it’s pretty to look at.

3.Fresh Flowers: I love the

smell of fresh flowers! They brighten rooms and smell great.

4.Vita CoCo: I’m a huge fan of coconut water it’s refreshing and filled with electrolytes.

5.Nike Training app: This app is such a great way to stay in shape. If your looking for a challenging workout definitely try this out!

♡Things We Love♡ Faith Lierheimer Lifestyle Editor 1.

Bandeaus for Hair. These things are excellent for girls with thick hair and bangs like me, or girls who are into thick headbands. They are prime for the early fall when you want your hair down but still out of your face. Check out

amazon.com search term “hair bandeaus” for a gorgeous selection. 2.Amazon Student! If you are still in college and have a *.edu email address, you can get 6 months of free 2-day shipping! If you want to upgrade to the full prime membership, which includes 2-day shipping, Amazon Prime instant videos, and the Kindle owner’s lending library, it is 50% off the full price! I’ve been a Prime user for 2 years and have loved every second.


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tle scrub exfoliant. I use this exfoliating wash in the morning followed by toner and sunscreen. The beads in the scrub help get dead skin off my face and leave me feeling fresh and ready for the day!

4.Ralph Lauren Home Collection I love his home collections as much as I love all his clothes and brands. My favorite home collection right now is his Desert Modern Collection, which combines a Southwestern feel with a modern touch.

♡Things We Love♡ Yzabelle Onate, Contributor

5. Russell+Hazel Planner I can’t live without a planner, and I’ve recently discovered this one. Their smartdate system is clever and completely customizable!

1. Natural skincare I love Josie Maran’s argan oil skincare line!

2. Old Hollywood Glamour Besame Cosmetics transports you to the days of glamour. My favorites are the Violet Brightening powder, 1930s mascara and the crimson cream rouge. 3. Georgia O’Keeffe She’s my favorite painter and a big inspiration for my artwork.


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September Playlist by Sophie Cook Asleep-The Smiths Stubborn Love-The Lumineers Home-Michael Buble Just Say Yes-Snow Patrol Girls and Boys in School-Neon Trees Frozen Heart-Plug in Stereo Carry On-Fun Shake, Shake, Shake-Bronze Radio Return Honey, Honey-The Milk Carton Kids The Subway Song-The Icarus Account Beginnings-Capital Cities Autumn Leaves-Ed Sheeran Begin Again-Taylor Swift Holland Road-Mumford and Sons Diane Young-Vampire Weekend Paperback Writer-The Beatles Elegy-Hey Marseilles Kiss Me Slowly-Parachute Ever Enough-A Rocket to the Moon The One That Got Away-The Civil Wars She Will Be Loved-Maroon 5


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Upcoming Brand: Warby Parker by Sophie Cook New York City based glasses company Warby Parker is quickly becoming famous for their high quality vintage inspired glasses, integrated philanthropy, and outstanding customer service. Founded by four friends, Warby Parker produces high quality glasses starting at just $95 by cutting out the middle men of corporate designers, licensers, and sellers. With every pair of glasses purchased, the company donates funds to VisionSpring for a pair of new glasses for those in need. When purchasing, they will send you up to five pairs of glasses to try on if you are ordering online to ensure you get the best look for you. As a company, they score high with us for being carbon neutral and creating a supportive and creative environment for employees. They even sponsor a Little League team. The company’s name comes from two Jack Kerouc characters, and that just sold it for us. Check out some of our favorite frames below, and more on their website at http://www.warbyparker.com

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Why We Love Audrey In this three part series, Editor in Chief Sophie Cook will look at the life and work of the actress and humanitarian Audrey Hepburn. “For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.” These inspiring words were spoken by none other than the classic icon of grace and elegance, Audrey Hepburn. Audrey lived a life dedicated to bringing joy and happiness to others, from the time she was born in May of 1929, until she died in January of 1993. From helping with the resistance movement in the Netherlands during World War II, to making movies that brought people to a time of romance and grace, before finally devoting herself to the work of UNICEF, Audrey Hepburn influenced many people in the world.

For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others. For beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness. And for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone. -Audrey

Born Audrey Kathleen van Heemstra Ruston in Brussels, Audrey was sent to boarding school in England at age 5, where she learned to speak English. A year later, her father walked out on his family, which the actress later described as “the most traumatic event my life.” However, her

father did leave another, positive, mark on the little girl;

by taking her

to several ballets, he sparked in her a love of dance and perform-

ance. In 1939, when Audrey was 10 years old, her mother decided that Holland would be a safer place than England to wait out World War II, and subsequently moved her family


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to Arnhem. A year later, the city was taken by German troops. Even during this very difficult time, Audrey did not despair. She began training in classical ballet at the Arnhem School of Music, where she was a star student. Her ballet at this time also helped the war effort for the allies; unbeknownst to the Germans, the performances of the ballet school were actually fundraisers for the Dutch resistance movement. Audrey herself famously acted as a messenger for the Resistance, smuggling messages across the city in her pointe shoes. During this time, the food

Audrey herself famously acted as a messenger for the Resistance, smuggling messages across the city in her pointe shoes.

rationing in Holland became so severe that there were no eggs, meat, tea, coffee, fruit, vegetables or much of anything to eat at all. Many people attribute Audrey’s notoriously slim figure to eating disorder, while in actuality it was a result of the many illnesses she contracted due to malnutrition, such as asthma, jaundice, anemia, severe edema, and an overactive metabolism. Holland was finally liberated on May 4, Audrey’s sixteenth birthday. She and her mother moved to Amsterdam, where Audrey continued to study ballet. In 1948, she received a scholarship to a prestigious London ballet school, but was unable to attend immediately because of financial and health problems. In the interim, she was cast in her first film, “Dutch in Seven Lessons”, as a stewardess. When she returned to England in 1948 to accept her place at the ballet academy, everyone quickly realized that the 5 foot 7 girl was much to tall to be a professional ballerina, no matter how graceful she was. Thus, she decided to pursue a career on the stage, beginning with a part in the chorus of “High Button


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Shoes”. After this show, she had a variety of small parts in musicals and films across Europe before hitting her big break in the Broadway musical “Gigi”. During Gigi’s run on Broadway, Audrey auditioned and was cast for the lead role of director William Wyler’s new project, entitled “Roman Holiday”, alongside timeless actor Gregory Peck. When it was released in 1953, it caused a sensation, as critics gave it shining reviews, and Audrey’s classic style created a stir across the United States. Immediately after finishing with “Roman Holiday”, Miss Hepburn immediately began filming another project, dubbed “Sabrina”. This project truly launched Audrey’s status as a fashion icon, as this was the first time she partnered with Parisian designer Givenchy. According to the British newspaper The Independent, when Audrey arrived at his store, she didn’t have an appointment. Givenchy was told that a Miss Hepburn was there to see him, and he thought he was about to meet Katherine Hepburn, no rela-


! tion to Audrey, one of his long time heroes. He was, however, fascinated by the Miss Hepburn he did meet, and the two became life long friends. He did her costumes for Sabrina, Charade, Funny Face, How to Steal A Million, Paris When It Sizzles, and of course, the most famous little black dress of all time in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

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Charity: Micro-financing Through Kiva by Griffin Gibson You may be at a stage in your life where you absolutely wish you had the financial means to donate significant amounts to your favorite charities but simply cannot afford to do so. Allow me to bring to your attention to Kiva, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering individuals in primarily poor countries, by giving them access to credit – the ability to get a loan. Empowering individuals with small loans in poor countries is known as micro-financing. According to its website, Kiva, founded in 2005, has two hundred twelve field partners, forty-five volunteers, almost one million lenders, $460 million in loans, and an astonishingly high 98.99% loan repayment rate. The operation of Kiva is relatively straightforward for an international, charitable microfinance organization: Lenders provide money, the money is connected to a Kiva field partner, who then distributes it to the needy recipient. On its website, Kiva categorizes needs by what the loan will be used for, including higher education, youth, rural communities, housing, start-ups, just to name a few. Scrolling through face after face, I see boys who could be my brother, men who could be my father, and women who could be my sister or mother; many of these individuals reside in countries where millions live in abject poverty, where being born into a poor family is a sentence to lifelong hardship. Then it sinks in: I could be one of these young men, trying to complete an education to escape the generational impoverishment that has plagued my family, or be in desperate need for a short term loan to obtain the necessary farm implements, I must have for the harvest, to feed my family. These are fathers, brothers, sons, husbands, mothers, sisters, daughters, and wives are all pursuing a better life for themselves and their families, not through handouts but through education, an entrepreneurial startup, or an expansion of their small business – hard work. Archetypal forms of foreign aid to poorer countries, stemming from the U.S. government typically damages the domestic economy of the receiving nation, flooding the market with goods, thus destroying the demand for products manufactured by domestic tradesmen within the recipient country. This form of “foreign aid” is ineffective – it has the opposite of the intended effect – with the foreign aid damaging the economy of the recipient country. Kiva is different. It focuses on the individuals in need and has reliable field partners, who personally know the recipients and their specific needs. In America, living in a manner that would be considered decadent in a plethora of other countries is enjoyed by even some of those considered poor by our standards. Excess is so commonplace that it is seldom identified and is customarily the norm – even in the midst of a recession – for much of America. While I am not suggesting that current wealth distribution is morally ambiguous, I am suggesting that humanitarianism and caring should be key components to one’s financial management.


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A saying popularized by Pinterest, “Life is short; buy the shoes” represents the iconic American, consumerist attitude. But in reality, that adage reeks of a glib, self-centered, nearsightedness, disregarding the millions of suffering fellow blue-planet-dwellers, who subsist on a fraction of your monthly Starbucks budget. Really? – we actually repin that? That kind of values system is the one we are leaving to our children, one that insidiously diffuses into society. Now, to be candid, I love my shoes, especially my suede bucks. And I love my Starbucks. I am not promulgating any radical life change, or suggesting that you to morph into a barefoot hipster, and do without shoes for the rest of your life. I would be a hyper-hypocrite if I was simply extolling the virtues of Kiva without taking action myself. On August 15th, I set up a Kiva account. To realize that in return for earning $.002 less on interest a month, I will be paving the way for someone’s academic and financial success is a rewarding feeling. Is my money as safe with Kiva as it was in my bank account? No, but diversifying your lending by making multiple of the smallest loans possible ($25) will hedge risk. Remember, although Kiva is a charity, according to the historical repayment rate, you should receive almost all – if not all – of your capital back. To you, a $25 loan may seem so insignificant that you will not start a Kiva account. But, that is just the reason to create a Kiva account. Twenty-five dollars is all that it takes to start changing lives in a significant manner. A famous Member of Parliament, who supported the American War for Independence, Edmund Burke, has profound words for anyone on the fence about getting involved with Kiva: “Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.” In life, we, in our capacity as an individual, often have myopic vision and think that we must do something big, monumental with our lives, while forgetting that the most impactful movements are comprised of little actions performed in unison by the masses. The littlest things in our world confound the greatest minds.

Griffin Gibson is not a registered investment advisor or a broker / dealer. Givers should not rely on the information given by Griffin Gibson to make charitable decisions.


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A Look at the News of August by Ashley Reed Perry Not To Run For Governor

Governor Perry announced early July that he will not run again in 2014 for reelection. Perry is Texas' longest serving governor, currently serving his third term. The sixtythree year-old was vague about his political future, saying he would carefully consider the road ahead. Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, days after Perry's news, announced his decision to run for Governor. Abbott served on the Texas Supreme Court for seven years and is known for suing the Federal Government more than twenty-five times under Obama’s leadership. He holds a degree in finance from the University of Texas and a law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School. Rumor has it that Texas’ Democrats are recruiting Wendy Davis. Davis gained national attention this summer when she led a fourteen hour filibuster opposing a bill, now law, which caps abortions after twenty weeks. Davis has openly said, "I can say with absolute certainty I will run for one of two offices: either my state Senate seat, or the governor." Elections will take place next November.

Texas Supreme Court Will Hear Same-Sex Marriage Case

The Texas Supreme Court has announced it will hear two cases this fall pertaining to same-sex marriage. The Court will decide whether Texas has jurisdiction over same-sex marriage divorces and will discuss the constitutionality of Texas’ constitutional amendment baring same-sex marriage. Oral arguments begin November forth.

The New Royal Baby

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed a healthy baby boy into the world at 4:24 p.m., July 22nd. The infant was named George Alexander Louis and weighed eight pounds and six ounces at birth. He is third in line for the throne. Will and Kate had checked into London’s St. Mary earlier that day, the same hospital where Princess Diana delivered William. Prince William told reporters “it is such a special time; he has got a good pair of lungs on him. He's a big boy, he's quite heavy.” The little family departed the hospital on July 23rd.


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Ft. Hood Shooter Convicted Major Nidal Hason, also known as the Ft. Hood Shooter, has finally been convicted of thirteen counts of murder and thirty-two counts of attempted murder. In 2009 the army psychiatrist, claiming his loyalty had changed to support Muslim radicals, went on a shooting spree on a military base in Foot Hood, Texas. The fourteen day trial concluded with a two day deliberation. Hason throughout the trial made no attempt to defend himself, and did not call any witnesses. The jury will reconvene the last week of August to decide upon the death penalty by lethal injection or life in prison for Hason.

Justice Department Sues Texas Late August the U.S. Justice Department sued Texas over the recently passed voter identification law. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has stated that Texas is intentionally discriminating against minorities with the current legislation. The fight comes after the Supreme Court struck down a major portion of the Voter Rights Act laws that concern the voting process without approval from the Justice Department. The voter identification law mandates that citizens must present a state issued i.d. at the polling station, including a Driver’s License, military identification, a passport, a Concealed Handgun License, among others. Holder told the media that “today’s action marks another step forward in the Justice Department’s continuing effort to protect the voting rights of all eligible Americans”. Governor Perry responded by stating that the action was part of the “endless litigation in an effort to obstruct the will of the people of Texas.” Rumor has it that North Carolina may also be sued for passing similar legislation.


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! Establishing A Morning Routine by Sophie Cook I once told my siblings “I used to be a morning person, but then I started college and realized the error of my ways.” I am making an effort to reclaim my cheerful morning demeanor, but it is an uphill battle. However, do not despair: waking up in the morning can be made more pleasant by establishing a steady routine. To make it easier on yourself, set a time for going to sleep each night and stick to it. This varies from person to person, but aim to have lights out by eleven at the latest. Save all-nighters for emergency situations, as studies show that cramming doesn’t really help anyway. Figuring out a bedtime is easier if you know when you need to wake up. Aim to

All happiness is dependent on a leisurely breakfast.-John Gunther start your day early. When your alarm goes off (and if you are anything like me, that will be six different alarms, all set to concert volume, because my one true talent in life is sleeping through my alarm), hop right out of bed and start turning on lights and opening curtains. Dark tells your brain “Go back to sleep” so make it bright! I like to start my morning with a few minutes of prayer and meditation. It creates a relaxing mood, easing my orneriness about the fact that I am no longer blissfully dreaming. From there, I wash my face, put in my contacts, the usual morning routine. There is no turning back now, as sleeping in my contacts is irritating. This is a good time to get some exercise if you can. I usually run, or, if there is inclement weather, I’ll do a Pinterest yoga routine. This is an amazing

way to start the day, and it gets me refreshed and focused. Following the workout, I’ll hop in the shower. I usually pick out my outfit the night before to save myself the hassle of making decisions on a

Morning Routine 1. Turn on all the lights! 2.Prayer and meditation 3.Wash face and put in contacts 4.Go for a run/do yoga 5. Shower 6.Get dressed/dry hair/makeup 7. Make coffee and breakfast 8.Read the news and eat 9.Check email/social media 10.Verify readiness with checklist 11.Out the door! time crunch, so I get dressed, dry my hair, and put on my makeup. Then I head to the kitchen and put the coffee on to brew. I’ll also make a simple breakfast, something like instant oatmeal with apples or scrambled eggs. While I eat, I read the Wall Street Journal. This is my favorite part of my routine. After all, John Gunther once said “All happiness is dependent on a leisurely breakfast.” I like to stay informed on what is happening in the world, and the Wall Street Journal is my favorite news outlet. Once I finish breakfast, I spend about ten minutes checking and replying to emails and updating social media. I always pack my school/work bag the night before so that I ensure I don’t forget anything. I also have a checklist for every day of the week, indicating the daily reoccurring events so that I don’t say, forget my volunteer uniform on Monday, or my choir book on Wednesday. By establishing a morning routine, you can begin your day confidently prepared, instead of rushing out the door with only one shoe.


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Dorm Room Recipes by Dahlia Joseph Our generation is constantly on the move. Once we get to college the pace increases dramatically and it tends to catch us by surprise. Between classes, extracurricular activities, and maintaining a social life, it is difficult to find time to feed ourselves properly. Due to all the constant craziness we find ourselves very tired and don’t want to wait in a long lines for food. I don’t know how many times I’ve skipped meals either because lines were too long, I was rushing, or I was too tired to wait. There is a simple solution for this: just make food in your dorm! Not all dorms are equipped with kitchens but as long as you have access to a microwave you are good to go. I have a few tasty recipes you can make in your room. Deliciousness is guaranteed! Breakfast: S’mores Oatmeal Ingredients: 1/2 Tbsp Mini Dark Chocolate Chips 1/3 Cup Whole Grain Oats 1/2 Cup Water 1 Tsp Ground Cinnamon 1 Jumbo Marshmallow (cut up) 1/4 Large Whole Grain Graham Cracker 1.

Microwave your oats and water, together for a minute on high. Stir until thick.

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Add in cinnamon.

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Once cinnamon is stirred in add chocolate chips, marshmallow, and graham cracker.

Nutrition: 180 Calories, 4g Fat, 32g Carbs, 4g Fiber, 10g Sugar, 5g Protein Snack: Mini Pizza pieces Ingredients: 1 Large Tortilla 1/4 Cup Pizza Sauce 1/4 Cup Reduced Calorie Cheese 1 Tbsp Basil 1.

Cut up tortilla in desired shape

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Add a tablespoon of pizza sauce

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Top with cheese and basil

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Pop in the microwave for 1 minute or in the oven for 10 minutes


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Ingredients: 1 Tortilla, 2 Slices of Turkey, 1 Slice of Pepper Jack Cheese, A Handful of Spinach, 3 Cherry Tomatoes, 1 Tablespoon of Honey Mustard 1.

Spread honey mustard on tortilla

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Add spinach, turkey, cheese and tomatoes

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Roll up and enjoy!

Dinner: Ramen and Meat Sauce Ingredients: 1 Package of Ramen Noodles ( Throw out the seasoning packet) Âź Cup of your favorite pasta sauce A sprinkle of Parmesan Cheese 1.

Cook Ramen noodles in microwave

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Drain majority of the water

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Add pasta sauce

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Sprinkle cheese


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What to Read: A Review of Ender’s Game by Faith Lierheimer

Ender’s Game is a dystopian fiction novel from the earlier days of sci-fi. Originally published in the mid-1970s, the book explores a future earth that has put away internal divisions to unite against a vague but deadly external alien force. Children are taken from their homes at age 6 and sent to battle school where they are trained to join in the continuous defense of the Earth. This practice immediately conflates the innocence and (supposed) naiveté of children with the cunning and ruthless nature of war. The disjointed maturation of Ender, the main character, is equally touching and disturbing throughout the novel. His journey through futuristic military training gives the reader pause over and over on the true nature of children versus the nature society expects them to have. Orson Scott Card builds an interesting dichotomy as the novel progresses-one that suggests children are alternately (and sometimes simultaneously) very old and very young. The children in Ender’s world are constantly accomplishing more than the reader expects of them while still clinging to very childlike mannerisms and patterns of speech. The established ability of the children in the novel to think

Audrey Love-Lifestyle clearly and independently is sharply contrasted with the herd-like tendency of the adults around them to take the government at its word and not question anything. This sharp difference leaves most of the adult characters coming off as twodimensional and uninteresting, whereas the children are vibrant, many-layered characters. The reader, then, is drawn more towards the children in terms of trust and faith in strength of character. The book ends rather abruptly and leaves its audience unsettled and thoughtful regarding the children in their own lives. Perhaps there is more going on behind their eyes than we know or would like to admit, and we would do well to pay close attention. Ender’s Game is currently being made into a movie that will be released on November 1. Watch for the review in a future LLA article!


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Things to do in… New York City Written by Yzabelle Onate New York is a big melting pot with various attractions. But to truly experience a city, you have do what the locals do. Listed below are various attractions as well as places that you wouldn’t normally find in a typical NYC guidebook.

Attractions

Times Square: It’s a well-known place here in NYC and the go-to destination to see the bright lights. There are various stores, like Forever 21, American Eagle, and Sephora. The studio where Good Morning America is filmed is also an excellent find. If you’re hungry for good family style Italian food, visit Carmine’s in the theater district. All the food is to die for.

Central Park: You can freely roam the park and there are bicycle rentals and carriage rides. Towards the upper west side is Belvedere

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5th Avenue: You can find Tiffany and Company where Breakfast at Tiffany’s was filmed, as well as the department stores: Saks Fifth Avenue, Barney’s New York and Bergdorf Goodman. If you get hungry while browsing each store has restaurants; Fred’s at Barney’s is my favorite.

Skyscrapers and Buildings: There’s the flatiron building, the empire state building, the Time Warner cable building at Columbus Circle (actually a small mall) and Rockefeller center. Be sure to visit each one if you can; there’s an underground concourse in Rockefeller.


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Stores/Libraries/Museums: If you were to visit one bookstore in NYC, go to Book-off at 45th and 6th avenue. They sell DVDS, CDS and books starting at one dollar. You can even sell stuff you don’t want for store credit or money. It’s one of NYC’s hidden treasures and the best thing everything is great quality (they don’t accept anything damaged, stained, etc). If you love vintage shopping, then visit Family Jewels on 23rd and 6th. They carry clothes from 1920 all the way to the 90s. There’s the New York Public Library at Bryant Park, which is breathtaking, you’re free to walk around or even grab a table and read. The MOMA (Museum of Modern Art) is free on Fridays from 4-8 p.m. Nothing is off limits, all the exhibits are available.

Food:

If you’re looking for a Parisian-style café to eat at, visit Café Angelique in West village. Everything here is delicious, and it’s

Audrey Love-Lifestyle usually packed during lunchtime and breakfast. If you’ve ever seen gelato in the shape of a flower on a cone on Tumblr, blog or elsewhere, you’ll find it in NYC. Amorino’s serves their homemade artisanal gelato at a set price; as many flavors as you want depending on the size. They make each size gelato into different petals to create a giant flower.For traditional Japanese ramen, visit Men Ku Tei in Midtown west. The prices are very reasonable and you get a lot for your money.


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You Need a Savings Goal! by Faith Lierheimer

Last month we talked about budgeting solutions to being a perpetually broke college kid/twentysomething. This month I have further tips on budgeting and savings goals. You might wonder why you need a savings goal if you don’t have kids who need your help paying for college or if you’re not saving for retirement. As a matter of fact, having a savings goal is immensely helpful in teaching yourself to avoid impulse buys, becoming more frugal, and accomplishing expensive things you couldn’t accomplish otherwise. Here are a few steps in beginning a savings goal. Fist, decide on what you want to save for. Do you want to travel more? Live in a nicer apartment? Go on a shopping spree? Choose one thing, and then begin constructing a savings timetable in which to accomplish your goal. To construct a timetable, you will need the following. • A reasonable amount of time to accomplish your goal. Saving for a nice vacation or rent on a better apartment can take up to a year. A shopping spree might take 5-6 months. • An assessment of what percentage of your income you can realistically put away towards the savings

goal. First, map out your monthly income and what percentage of your money goes where. If more than 40% of your income goes towards housing, you won’t realistically be able to save much. Adjust your month-to-month expenditures as necessary. If 40% or less of your income is going towards housing costs, set a goal for yourself to save 10% of your income every month. If this is too steep, start with 5% and work your way up. A healthy attitude towards giving up non-essential spending. In order to save successfully you will have to give up things like eating out and getting coffee to some extent. This will seem hard at first, but in the long run it will prove more rewarding when you trade your morning Starbucks over a period of time for an apartment upgrade.

So get started with a savings timetable! It’ll seem like you’re denying yourself in the beginning, but the sweet success when you reach your savings goal will not only be worth it, it will cause a shift in your attitude about money; one that will bring more frugality and greater financial freedom. Faith Lierheimer is the lifestyle editor for Living Like Audrey and is a regular contributor.


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Ask Him Out First! by Faith Lierheimer

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I have a thing for sharp, strong jawlines. I don’t know what it is, but when a guy has a nice, defined jaw, I tend to watch it move while he’s talking instead of paying attention. The movement is absolutely hypnoWe are all aware that boys, bless tizing. So when I sat next to Sam Awesome Jaw (not his real name) in a communications them, can be clueless to picking up class last quarter, I was immediately distracted by his good looks. And it only got bet- on a girl’s interest in them. ter from there. We broke up into small groups during one class to discuss memoirs we had written for an assignment the previous week. Sam and I read each other’s memoirs and proceeded to have an intelligent discussion about the pros and cons of one another’s writing. The conversation meandered off topic, and we started to discover we had a lot in common about the way we viewed the world and our ambitions for the future. I left the class in a daze, amazed that I had just had a stimulating discussion with a very attractive guy who seemed to be interested in me! That night he friended me on Facebook and wrote on my wall saying how much he had enjoyed our conversation in class. I commented on the post and, not quite fully comprehending what I was doing, asked him out to coffee the following week. He agreed enthusiastically, and we spent two glorious hours over lattes dissecting the world and figuring out what our role was in it. That was the first time I successfully asked out a guy, and I was floating the rest of the week at the surprising success of the venture. The best part was that it was casual, fun, and devoid of any pressure to deThe cide if he was boyfriend material. men of the world are Ladies, it is time for us to throw off an age-old tradition that has plagued our gender for centuries. You know such troopers when it comes what I’m talking about-the idea that you have to play the to dating-they are the one concoy, inviting female who drops all kinds of subtle hints stantly initiating and wondering if to a guy you’re interested in and wait for him to make the first move. While this is certainly one way to play the the girl is reciprocating their dating game, it is not the only one! We are all aware that interest. boys, bless them, can be clueless when it comes to picking up on a girl’s interest in them. So sometimes, it makes sense to throw them a bone and make the first move! I’m not talking about suggesting anything serious, like a romantic dinner or a home-cooked meal. Ask him out to coffee. It’s low pressure. Coffee shops are generally fairly noisy, so there’s no awkward silence. The date can either be long or short depending on how it’s going, and it’s something the two of you can build on afterwards. “But wait!” you say. “If I ask him out first how am I going to know he’s interested in me? When a guy asks me out I know he’s interested!” Let me ask you this: do you ever ask that question in reverse? The men of the world are such troopers when it comes to


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dating-they are the ones constantly initiating and wondering if the girl is reciprocating their interest. I’m arguing for a more egalitarian approach-take the pressure off of him and step into his shoes! It could end very badly or it could end very well, either way you’re building your confidence and his all at once, because it’s flattering to be asked out and it’s good for you to put yourself on the line. If the first date goes well, you can decide from there whether you want to let him make the next move or if you want to initiate again. Dating doesn’t have to be a compliDating doesn’t have to be a cated dance where you’ll only find success if you pull together all the right steps at the complicated dance where right time. Nor does it have to be a highyou’ll only find success if pressure search for “the One”. It can just be enjoying the company of the opposite sex in you pull together all the low-pressure situations. Communication is key here, ladies! I’m not saying drop all the right steps at the right coy plays altogether, just mix in some direct time. moves and give it to him straight! I’m not guaranteeing success, but I am guaranteeing a new and exhilarating experience you won’t regret. Faith Lierheimer is a regular contributor to and the lifestyle editor of Living Like Audrey. She is attempting to mend her perennial awkwardness with boys by asking them out first every now and then.


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How to Eat Eco-Friendly by Faith Lierheimer

The “Go Green!” trend is one that could not have come at a better time for our weary earth, and it’s time we expand it! Green living is about more than just reduce, reuse, and recycle. What you eat also has a tremendous impact on the environment. Here are a few tips to “green-up” your diet! 1. Eat local! Find a farmer’s market (www.localharvest.org offers an easy search engine for farmer’s markets all over the USA) and buy produce from there whenever you can. Otherwise, many health-food stores like Whole Foods have produce that feature local farmers. Eating local means less CO2 and other harmful greenhouse gases are released into the atmosphere because your food traveled a shorter distance (thus requiring a smaller amount of fossil fuels) to your plate. 2. Save the bees! Approximately 75% of all plants grown for foods, spice, textiles, and medicine are dependent upon the pollinating work of bees (check out www.savethebees.com for more information). Unfortunately, pesticide use and unsustainable farming practices are proving fatal to the world’s bees. Eating local and organic are accessible solutions to this problem. Eating organic supports environments where bees and other pollinators can do the work they do best and not be exposed to toxic pesticides. When we make the environment better for the bees, we make it better for the entirety of the world’s food chain. 3. Make meatless Monday a tradition! The production of meat is incredibly taxing to the environment. A quarter pound hamburger alone takes 52.8 gallons of water and enough fossil fuel energy to power a microwave for 18 minutes. Given the dwindling state of aquifers and water tables all over the world, it is a no-brainer to conserve water and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by cutting meat out once a week. If you eat two hamburgers a week and cut one out for a year, you can conserve over 2,700 gallons of water, not to mention the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. Check out www.vegetariantimes.com for meatless Monday recipes. Faith Lierheimer is the lifestyle editor for Living Like Audrey and a regular contributor.


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An Interview with Editor-in-Chief Sophie Cook

Sophie Cook likes to stay busy. She is the founder and editor-in-chief of Living Like Audrey, an accounting major and honors scholar, a peer mentor, a tutor at HBU’s Academic Success Center, and a hospital volunteer. She has a slight obsession with books and learning. As in, don’t let her near a bookstore because she might never emerge. She’s been described as nerdy and extremely organized, as well as spirited and fun. She aspires to be an accounting professor or a bookstore owner. You can follow her on Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest @sophieschoice94. What inspired you to start Living Like Audrey? In all honesty, it was boredom. I had finished all my library books, read all the back issues of my favorite online magazines and blogs, and my summer school class didn’t start for a week. So I put a post on my Tumblr asking if anyone would be willing to read a magazine I put together. It got a fair number of notes, so I put up another post asking for contributors. I honestly didn’t think anything would come of it. But then Seijah (our fashion editor) sent me a message asking if there was a place she could send her resume. By the end of that night I had four staff members. I don’t think it hit me until then what exactly I had done. You’re so busy-how do you stay sane and organized? My planner is my hero. I am also addicted to my carefully color coded Google calendar, my syllabus notebook, and endless to do lists. I always make sure to carve out time for fun, and for rest. No one can be “on” all the time, so I always schedule time for a bubble bath with a just for fun book. You really love books. What are some of the books that changed your life? My junior year of high school, I took an introduction to the Bible course where I read through the Bible in its entirety. The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis also really opened my eyes and made me think. Plato’s Five Dialogues sparked my interest in philosophy. I related to Perks of Being a Wallflower way more than I should have. An Abundance of Katherines opened up the world of John Green and Young Adult fiction to me. Franny and Zooey by J.D.Salinger, which I read this past summer, was magical. What is your favorite quote? Oh, this is really hard. I actually paint a lot of my favorite quotes and put them on my walls. I’ve covered almost all of my wall space doing this. I’d probably have to choose the John Green “nerd quote”. It goes “…because nerds like us are allowed to be unironically enthusiastic about stuff… Nerds are allowed to love stuff, like jump-up-and-down-inthe-chair-can’t-control-yourself love it. Hank, when people call people nerds, mostly what they’re saying is ‘you like stuff.’ Which is just not a good insult at all. Like, ‘you are too enthusiastic about the miracle of human consciousness’.” My other favorite is also by John Green, and is very fitting. It says “Maybe our favorite quotations say more about us than about the stories and people we're quoting.” It’s just so true. I look at the quotes


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on my walls, and I remember why at the moment I put it up I loved it, what I was feeling, and how I related to it. What is your favorite Audrey Hepburn movie? Funny Face or Sabrina. I just love the library scene in Funny Face. And of course, my dream is to go to Paris for a year and come back unrecognizably gorgeous and sophisticated. Preferably to a waiting Humphrey Bogart, but I’d settle for the awesome culinary skills Sabrina gained. This movie also gave us a life motto: “Paris is always a good idea.” Who are your role models? My mom, Audrey Hepburn, Nancy Drew (fictional characters count too!), Carly Heitlinger (who runs the blog The College Prepster), and my best friend, Kristin. Academics wise, I’d probably say my freshman year adviser Dr. Hinze. He’s a lawyer/ninja and he’s really cool. Who is your style icon? Grace Kelly, Emma Watson, Nancy Drew, Audrey Tatou, and Audrey Hepburn. I like classic and simple clothes with a touch of retro girliness. Favorite animal? Hedgehogs. I want to have hedgehogs named after philosophers: Boethius, Aristotle, Kierkengaard, and Aquinas. Favorite City? London. I love the fast pace, the food, the art, and the history. I love the Tube system, and I love the stores. I love the near constant rain. It’s just a magical place. I would love to go back and attend graduate school there. I’m thinking about attending the London School of Economics to get my Ph.D. in accounting. Time for quick Q&A. Favorite flower? Peonies. Tea or Coffee? Coffee in the mornings, tea at bedtime. Favorite dessert? Chocolate mousse with raspberries. Favorite movie? Avengers, Live Free or Die Hard, Two Weeks Notice, Star Trek (the new ones), and Love Actually. I have really...eclectic taste in movies. Favorite Band? Bronze Radio Return and The Summer Set (and One Direction....sshhhh. I swear I’m not 12!)


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September Essentials for the Audrey-Like College Girl by Seijah Drake In the spirit of the ninth month of the year, we’ve come up with nine essentials that if you haven’t packed, you should get your hands on while the Back To School sales are still in session!

9. Button downs That can be worn casually with leggings and riding boots, or professionally with slacks and a blazer.

8. Cable knit/cashmere sweaters To keep you warm and refined.

7. Statement necklaces To make your outfits pop!

6. Cardigans When it’s too cold to leave without another layer, but too warm for a jacket

5. Dark wash jeans To be dressed up or down.

4. Pairs of flats For those Indian Summer days where it’s just too warm for riding boots.

3. Peplum tops For looking flirty and classy on a night out with your friends!

2. Pairs of riding boots A darker brown/black pair and a honey colored pair, because the wrong shade of shoe can really offset an outfit.

1. Pearl necklace Because in the wise words of Jackie, pearls are always appropriate.


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Hairstyles for Class & Work by Seijah Drake Anyone that has lived on a college campus knows how tempting it is to roll out of bed and go to class in pajamas and throw our hair into messy buns (and not the cute kind), especially if the majority of their student body doesn’t place much importance on appearance. As tempting as it may be, it’s a bad habit, and as we enjoy the best years of our lives, we should also get in the practice of putting our best feet forward and putting effort into presentation. The more professional we look, the more professional we feel, and it’s all quite essential to our success. With these hair tricks, you will send the message that 1. A bun Whether you prefer your bun high or low, a sleek bun looks sophisticated and clean, and doesn’t take much time to do. For straighter hair, little to no product is necessary, but for curlier and kinkier hair, an alcohol free, stronghold gel will give the desired look. For extremely kinky hair, as opposed to trying to fit your hair into a hair elastic, try using a panty hose. Apply your gel and edge control first, and wrap the panty hose around your hairline, slowly pulling it upwards until your hair is in a puff at the top of your head, and tie it to secure the style. 2. A crown braid To achieve the ethereal look, start by brushing your hair back to conceal any hair parts. Start braiding behind your ear, and as you braid, stay as close to your hairline as possible and make sure to pick up pieces of new braids as close to the hair parts caused by the braid before. If you like, you can stop the braid at the other ear and bobby pin it. If you’d like to wear the full crown, continue braiding as close to your hairline as possible and bobbypin whatever part of the braid leftover beneath another part of the braid. Voila! You’re a princess. 3. A head scarf Colorful silk head scarves are often overlooked as a hair accessory, but they can elevate any outfit and look great with ponytails, buns and free flowing hair. Fold the scarf diagonally, and continue to fold the triangle into itself for as big or as small as a scarf as you want. 4. A pretty hair flower, bow or pin A hair accessory goes a long way. No matter your taste, your wardrobe can never have enough hair accessories. Whether you’re into a bohemian look, a chic look, an edgy look, or a preppy look like myself, hair accessories, like shoes, can pull together an ensemble entirely. 5. A side braid A relaxed side braid can speak volumes. With enough mousse in your hair to give you good volume, a side braid looks classic without looking pretentious.


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Your First Apartment By: Elizabeth Petticrew So you’re moving out on your own? What an exciting time and a big leap from living at home or in a college dorm. Whether you are going at it alone or have a roommate, there are things you must consider before venturing into the unknown of renting your first apartment. This article will give you practical advice for finding and furnishing your first apartment. Picking The Apartment Ok, so you know you want to move out. What now? Finding the right apartment complex is the most important things you should do. You don’t want to sign a lease at a complex only to find out that it is less stellar than you had been convinced. There are a few steps you should take in order to pick your apartment. Step #1: Set a budget. This may be one of the trickiest steps, but it is also very important. You must have your finances in order before you rent an apartment. If you plan on moving out in the future, begin preparing now by setting budgets and figuring out how much you can spend on your living arrangements. Keep in mind that you will be responsible for rent and utilities (water, electricity, gas, wifi, etc). Work out a budget that works for you before you settle in anywhere. Better to stay at home for a couple more months than to sign a contract that you cannot keep up with. Step #2: Do your research. Visit various complexes. Read online reviews on any places you are considering. VISIT the complexes (don’t ever seal the deal on a home you have not already inspected yourself!). See if you can meet anyone who lives in your perspective complex

Audrey Love-Fashion and ask them about its quality (is the electricity and water steady? Are the landlords and front desk workers helpful? Do you ever have any pest control issues? Etc). This step can make or break any perspective deals you may have lined up. Step #3: Consult others. If you are planning on having one or more roommate, they must be helping with the search and have consistent input every step of the way. Take time out to discuss finances, visit apartments, and plan for your living arrangements together. Remember, their opinion is just as important as yours. Along with your roommate, you should seek guidance from others who are more experienced in the renting field than you are (parents, real estate agents, etc). Get as much help as you can before signing any contracts! Furnishing You have picked out the perfect complex, and you are now ready to prepare for your new life. Congratulations! The next question is: what now? It’s now time to prepare your new apartment to become your home; in other words: it’s time to buy furnishings! This may sound daunting at first (furnishing an entire apartment??), but fret not! There are many tips and tricks to having a cute, yet thrifty, apartment. #1: Find out what you don’t need. There are many aspects to a home that we may think we can’t live without, but when you’re living on a budget, you will have to learn to cope. Start by making a list of everything you use on a day-to-day (bed and bedding, dishes, kitchen and bathroom appliances), week-to-week (cleaning supplies, entertainment features), and month-to-month (entertainment features, extra furnishings) basis along with décor. From this list, narrow it down by marking the things you don’t need in or-


! der to survive everyday life. Buy what you must have first, then, if there are leftover funds, buy the non-necessities. A simpler way of doing this is to list every item from most to least essential and buy in that general order. #2: Take it slow. So you have exhausted your initial apartment savings on the essentials, and now you don’t have enough cash to buy a toaster for your breakfast bagels. Don’t be too bothered! Work on budgeting your paychecks to go towards a “home furnishing” fund, and buy a little bit more of the luxuries from your list each month. It may be a while longer before you can buy some of the items that will make your apartment feel more like home, but you will get there! #3: Thrift! You know those thrift stores you see all over the city? Take advantage of them. Yes, the items are used and some may be downright filthy, but, generally speaking, you can find excellent deals on home furnishings at thrift stores, garage sales, estate sales, etc. Look to Pinterest and DIY blogs to give you inspiration for crafts and do-it-yourself’s to add to give character to your home. Bear in mind that furnishing by thrifting requires patience, as there is no stock or constant inventory. You may have a certain item in mind to buy that will not be found for weeks at resale stores. But you can find some unique decorations! Remember, when searching for that perfect apartment, one does not have to wipe out their entire bank account to have a cute and homy abode! Be frugal, thrifty, and patient as you plan your next step of life, always remembering that you don’t have to go into debt to have the perfect place to live.

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Recreating the Look: Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Elizabeth Petticrew

One of the best parts of any given movie, be it a dramatic tearjerker or a romantic comedy, is the wardrobe. There are departments, budgets, and numerous designers specifically dedicated to putting together the perfect outfits for every character in a film. How brilliant is that? These wardrobes not only give personality to the movie characters, but they can provide fashion inspiration for those of us who, unfortunately, aren’t paid to dress in cute clothes. Now that we have discussed this fact, ask yourself this question: how would you like to be able to dress like your favorite movie character without breaking the bank? Yes, it’s possible! In this article, we will break down the wardrobe of classy film roles and compare them to more affordable versions of clothes available in stores near you. We hope that this will give you, the reader, a push in the right direction towards being as fashionable as your favorite style icon. Outfit #1: Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)


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In this scene of one of Hepburn’s most iconic roles, Holly is lounging her apartment in a grey sweater, skinny capris, black pointed flats, and a fashionable headscarf. This outfit isn’t just perfect for a calm evening at home, it is an ideal fall outfit for any day that you wish to look classy and chic without putting in extra effort. We will show you some of the closest item matches we found so you can recreate this outfit yourself.

Holly’s grey sweater

Worthington® Essential Crewneck Sweater - $22

Gap - Tuck-stitch pullover $45


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Holly’s Capris

Express Stella Extreme Stretch Ankle Zip Jean Legging - $79.99

ModCloth Moto Photoshoot Jeans - $59.99


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Holly’s black pointed flats

Modcloth Defined the Scenes Flat in Licorice - $29.99 Modcloth Baker’s Dozen Flat in Anise - $32.99

Monet® Chloe d'Orsay Leather Flats - $39


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Holly’s head Scarf You may not want to wear your scarf exactly like Hepburn did. If that is true for you, here are a couple of examples of how you could don your accessory in a unique way.

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Modcloth Mint to Be Scarf $17.99 *Tip: We love Holly’s white scarf, but how about adding a pop of color to your attire with a scarf like these two?

Modcloth Head, Shoulders, Keys, and Toes Scarf - $9.99

We hope you enjoyed this article. If you have a movie/tv show fashion icon that you would like to see in the magazine, please send us an email at livinglikeaudrey1929@gmail.c om. Until next time!


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Sophie’s Outfit Top: Ann Taylor Jeans: Marshall’s Shoes: Kelly and Katie at Marshall’s


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Jimena’s Outfit: Top: Ann Taylor Jeans: Hollister Vest: Ralph Lauren Polo


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Jimena’s Outfit: Dress: Alyn Paige from Marshall’s Tights: Target Shoes: Ann Taylor


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Photo Credits

No photos are the property of Living Like Audrey. All photos are the property of their owners. Links to the photos source can be found below. Photos for the September Fashion shoot are the property of Elizabeth Petticrew and are used with permission. Special thanks to Jimena Gonzalez for modeling. All articles are the property of their authors and are used with permission. Living Like Audrey takes no responsibility for the content of the articles, and the opinions do not necessarily reflect those of Living Like Audrey. http://www.google.com/imgres?q=Rose+Salve&client =safari&sa=X&rls=en&biw=1276&bih=668&tbm=isch &tbnid=APQvAiHmq-Gk8M:&imgrefurl=http://bestu ff.com/stuff/co-bigelow-rose-salve&docid=nTdKZwW 3j1BctM&imgurl=http://bestuff.com/images/images_ of_stuff/210x600/co-bigelow-rose-salve-118114.jpg% 253F1201183295&w=210&h=210&ei=GysJUrn2KcPsy QHdz4BQ&zoom=1&ved=1t:3588,r:4,s:0,i:102&iact=r c&page=1&tbnh=168&tbnw=156&start=0&ndsp=12&t x=88&ty=56 http://thumbs1.ebaystatic.com/d/l225/m/m3nf-iZpj Wir_yxk8XbCT1g.jpg http://www.google.com/imgres?q=NIke+Training+ap p&client=safari&rls=en&biw=1276&bih=668&tbm=is ch&tbnid=kTDfZ32TmPmqPM:&imgrefurl=http://the blonderuns.com/2012/01/03/and-uses-the-nike-train ing-app/&docid=TSml_ps1BFx2vM&imgurl=http://t heblonderuns.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/ nike.jpg&w=322&h=355&ei=ZiwJUoKfBMOYyAGB8I Aw&zoom=1&ved=1t:3588,r:2,s:0,i:85&iact=rc&page =1&tbnh=154&tbnw=127&start=0&ndsp=16&tx=67&t y=54 http://pinterest.com/pin/237705686554911658/ http://www.google.com/imgres?q=Vita+CoCo&client =safari&rls=en&biw=1276&bih=668&tbm=isch&tbni d=1D_nw2sb2lCDtM:&imgrefurl=http://www.coupon ing101.com/amazon-35-off-vita-coco-coconut-water/ &docid=6iDCJ5wIHhSrGM&imgurl=http://www.cou poning101.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Vita-C oco-Coconut-Water.jpg&w=742&h=1500&ei=jCwJUs qVLMm2yAG274DIDw&zoom=1&ved=1t:3588,r:35,s: 0,i:201&iact=rc&page=2&tbnh=187&tbnw=90&start= 12&ndsp=26&tx=48&ty=116 http://lovejaney.wordpress.com/tag/roman-holiday/

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Living Like Audrey Magazine: September 2013  

Issue 2 of Living Like Audrey magazine, an online lifestyle publication for young women promoting the qualities of Audrey Hepburn, such as h...