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Meet The Bag Ladies featuring: The Clear Tote

 We would like to introduce Emily & Alyssa, two of MP’s closest friends who review each bag and share where they would wear. All with a good sense of humor. Clear Tote From the Everyday Collection, we designed this clear bag for women who need a clear purse for all occasions. We wanted to have our customers enjoy a clear tote bag that can be used at any event but can be served multi purposely with a pop-in pouch to hide any personal items during the week.  During the week, for the 9-5, use the pop-in pouch to store makeup, personal items, wallet and as, Emily says, “all your secrets.” The pouch is great as it’s faux leather with waterproof...

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OOTD with ATCD

written by: A Tribe Called Dom Your outfit is FIRE, your face is beat to the gods and now, THE BAG! We all know this decision could make or break an outfit. Here are my top 3 rules for choosing the right bag for your outfit and event.  Since Covid, we all know having date nights are now almost nonexistent, but today I’ve had the pleasure of attending a casual lunch date. I wore a beautiful oversized silhouette cream dress with a high neck, and a defined bottom hem for added shape. I paired it with an oversized vintage blazer, with a brown silk snakeskin print and fiery red booties, but the show stopper was THE BAG! The bag I decided...

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Emily's Etiquette Series: Backyard Barbeque

written by: Emily Alston Ribs, Burgers, Potatoes and Beans - that’s right y’all, I’m the Backyard Barbeque Queen! Sent here to save you from any and all mistakes you could possibly make at your next BBQ.  Now, you might be thinking, how many mistakes could you possibly make at an average family grill out. Well trust me, there are a few. But, I got you!  Let’s get started: The Do’s: Do Bring/Make Grandma’s Potato SaladQuite honestly, it’s just rude to deprive people of your grandmother’s cooking. And a backyard barbeque is one of the best places to share your Nana’s creations. Whether it’s your BBQ or your friend’s, I advise you make that delicious Miracle Whipped salad and share the...

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Emily's Etiquette Series: Dining Etiquette

Written by: Emily Alston At an early age, my father taught me how to conduct myself while fine dining. Etiquette such as knowing to order a bottle of ketchup for the entire table is not in our DNA. Proper behavior like that is a learned trait. He didn’t play games and I’m here to make sure you don’t either.  Now, the importance of requesting a bottle of squeezed tomatoes for your table is not lost on me, but it is quite advanced for fine dining beginners. So not to worry, we’ll start off simple - with more of a “beginners guide”.  Here are my Do’s and Don’ts: The Do’s: Do Be the Olivia Palermo of the CaféIt is key to...

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Emily's Etiquette Series: The First Date

First Date Etiquettewritten by: Emily Alston It’s your first date? Pretty nervous, huh? Well don’t be. You’re going on a date... and I’m over here jealous of you. But, if you’re still nervous, don’t worry! I’ve got some pretty hot tips I think will help settle those nerves.  So sit back, relax and let me tell you the do’s and don’ts of a first date.  The Do’s:Give Yourself a Pep Talk Precisely 10 Min Before - This is crucial. And it needs to be done in front of a mirror. Preferably a standing mirror to get the full effect.  Don on your date night outfit - which I can only assume includes your on trend Margo Paige clear clutch purse,...

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