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When I was a little girl, every year I got a new Easter dress. Something with a big skirt, perfect for twirling, and a pattern perfect for spring.

Now as an adult I still treat myself to an Easter dress every year, because who am I to mess with tradition?

And you know what other tradition I think is worth bringing back and keeping alive? The tradition of the Easter hat. Really, I can’t understand why we don’t wear hats on the regular anymore (yet another reason to be jealous of Kate Middleton), but if we’re ever going to resurrect vintage hat fashion, Easter seems like the perfect place to start.

For example, you can go over-the-top floral.

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Shabby Apple is a woman-owned, woman-run company aiming to empower women as well as dress them. With that mission in mind, this weekly series highlights the many women who inspire us. 

Meet Melinda Gates, philanthropist, wife of Microsoft founder Bill Gates and co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 

Five Things To Know:

1. She’s a non-profit power player. 

The Gateses have donated about a third of their wealth to their foundation, which focuses on poverty and health in developing countries as well as education in the United States—giving $3.4 billion to those causes last year alone.  The organization sponsors innovative projects (think an AIDS vaccine and toilets that work without water or sewer connections) to solve the world’s big problems. 

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Few things are better than opening your closet and reaching for the perfect outfit. A look that is timeless-yet-modern, classic-yet-cool- a look that will help you to feel dynamic, chic and confident.  Adding timeless pieces (link “Shabby Apple” site) to your wardrobe is the perfect way to feel certain that each time you reach in your closet- you’ll find something that you love.

Building a classic and sophisticated wardrobe shouldn’t be complicated and doesn’t need to be expensive. Follow along as we feature some of our must-have staples. 

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One of my favorite things about the onset of Spring is ditching all my bulky blazers and heavy coats and swapping them out for light and colorful jackets. Shedding winter makes the world feel like a new and magical place, doesn’t it?

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Shabby Apple is a woman-owned, woman-run company aiming to empower women as well as dress them. With that mission in mind, this series highlights the many women who inspire us. 

Meet Frida Kahlo, a Mexican painter and artist who expressed herself through intense and distinctive work.

Five Things To Know: 

1. She survived a devastating accident.

In 1925, when she was 18 years old, Kahlo was riding in a bus when it crashed into a trolley car—she broke her spinal column, collarbone and pelvis, along with her right leg and some of her ribs. Her foot was crushed and a metal handrail pierced her abdomen. She survived, and when she was home in a body cast, she started painting from her bed on an easel her mother set up. She used a mirror hanging from the canopy to paint herself.  

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