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When friends are in town I always take them to Rolf and Daughters for a delicious meal. It doesn’t matter what you get … it’s all great. 700 Taylor St., 615-866-9897, http://rolfanddaughters.com/
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Scour more vintage gems at Hip Zipper and Savant Vintage. Both are packed to the brim with pieces from all decades. 1008 Forrest Ave., 615-228-1942; 2302 12th Ave. S., 615-385-0856
My favorite area to shop is East Nashville. I always stop in Nikki Lane’s store, High Class Hillbilly. She specializes in rare clothes and accessories that you won’t see in other shops. highclasshillbilly.bigcartel.com
Every morning, I walk 10 minutes from my apartment to the subway, and my mascara is completely all over my face by the time I get to the train. I also end up with little tear tracks through my blush or bronzer on my cheeks. How do I avoid this?
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