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Style Advice for 2015 in 140 Characters or Less

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Just like last year, we've tapped a handful of reputable fashion friends to weigh in on 2014's greatest hits (and misses). On New Year's Day, we're asking everyone for their most golden nuggets of style wisdom to steal through 2015.


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Kim LoCicero, Veda: Be European about it; spend your money on beautiful outerwear, shoes and bags. That's all you see for half the year anyway.

Jessica Allen, Allen Media Consulting: When deciding whether to buy something new, ask yourself if it looks like it already belongs in your closet. If not, don't buy it.

Erica Cerulo, Of A Kind: Wear things that make you feel good.

Olivia Wolfe, American Two Shot: Calm down, have fun, try less, do more.

Briana Swords, Swords-Smith: Own your look, whether it's sweatshirts or sequins.

Jill Lindsey, Jill Lindsey: Be who you are, do not try to be someone you are not. Dress how you feel, not how people and advertising are telling you to.

Eileen Shulock, Kirna Zabete: Take realistic risks. Find your signature uniform and evolve it slightly over time. Don't take it so seriously, fashion should be FUN.

Caroline Ventura, BRVTVS: Dress for yourself first, others second. It's always obvious when you aren't comfortable in what you've got on.

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