Drugstore makeup can be just as good — if not better — than the most luxury brands. Here are nine tried-and-true makeup dupes that can save you nearly $300!
Louisville Everyday Lifestyle
The arts, great books and fabulous travel. Each inspires us in ways that nothing else can. StyleBlueprint Lifestyle explores these topics as we know there is nothing like a unique piece of art, a song that brings us to tears, a book that allows us to escape in our mind or a trip that replenishes to really inspire us and let us see and live the world around us.
Artist Brian Nash passed away this week. His life was immense, and his talent unmatched. Here is a tribute to the wonderful person he was. Image: Brian Nash
Read our StyleBlueprint founder’s letter to her daughter, which shines a light on the strength and resilience of the 2020 graduating class and also provides inspiration for our future.
Cowboy the Dog had a very challenging start to his life — and now he’s teaching thousands of people some valuable lessons of hope and perseverance. Grab the Kleenex …
As our cities start to tentatively open up, there are still many things we can’t do. But the ability to hug each other is perhaps the thing that many of us miss the most.
Emily McCarthy is known for her store’s trendsetting colors and patterns. Meet the adorable redhead running the show at this beloved Southern business of the same name.
This winter wonderland wedding is one you don’t want to miss. Molly White and Joey Viola were joined by 510 guests for a spectacular day filled with unexpected touches and unforgettable moments. | Photographer: Kristyn Hogan
In this “Southern Voices” article, learn how one woman’s experience living abroad — on her own — helped her navigate the empty nest and, interestingly, prepare for the pandemic.
College is a time for learning and growth, and for this year’s seniors, it’s also offering a wealth of life lessons. Here, three college seniors share their experiences with us as the pandemic cut their final semester short.
As we slowly start to emerge from quarantine, what part of your quarantine life will you commit to taking with you, and what about your ‘old life’ will you commit to leaving behind?