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What My Daughter Wore

Sadie, Corey's oldest daughter, was taken on by What My Daughter Wore artist Jenny Williams. Check out our blog post on What My Daughter Wore from March here, and check out Jenny's blog here!

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Style Inspiration from The Brady Bunch

The best way to predict future trends is to look at the past, and over the years the Brandy Brunch has given us a lot to look at. From Marsha's elegant, girly style, and perfect rompers to family-wide fringe, here's a glance back at some of their grooviest looks:


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Inspiring Documentary: Shake The Dust

We Just saw this incredible documentary & you shouldn't miss it! Such an inspiring film that follows the influence of breakdancing to some of the least likely places. Plus the soundtrack is great!

“From executive producer and rapper Nasir “Nas” Jones and journalist-turned-filmmaker Adam SjöbergShake the Dust chronicles the influence of breakdancing, exploring how it strikes a resonant chord in the slums, favelas and ghettos of the world and far beyond. Showcasing some of the most jaw-dropping breakdancing moves ever committed to film, Shake the Dust is an inspiring tribute to the uplifting power of music and movement.”

you can catch it in select theatres as of today, or you can rent it here & watch it right now:

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Best of Instagram: March



1. #TBT to 2003 Corey giving us mod and pink tights

2. Frida on Frida

3. The pink posse from Shana's bachelorette party

4. A Treebones, Big Sur hidden retreat

5. Masters of Sex, Lizzy Caplan, in a COREY jumpsuit

6. Gloria Steinem showing us that feminism is foxy

7. Stella against LA street art

8. Brandi Milloy wearing COREY on Good Morning America

9. Serenity from Kauai, Hawaii

10. Timeless words of wisdom


Follow us at @CoreyLynnCalter for even more fashion, travels, and inspiration.

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Wanderlust: Treebones Resort

Wish we were here:

Not too far from the LA hustle + bustle is a beautiful place to get away from it all. A Eco friendly resort where you can sleep in “a unique lodging experience that perched lightly on the land”. Camping in the cozy “yurt” huts or in the “human nest”seem like the perfect way to get away from it all. 

Location: Big Sur California

Treebones Resort.

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