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Link Love: The Refined Graduate


Hey lovelies,

Just wanted to let you know about a new blog in the blogosphere.  Tyler Clarey is a graduate Interior Design student at Iowa State University.  I interviewed him and toured his apartment for my article in Trend, an on-campus fashion magazine.  After the issue's release, I'll be sharing photos of his fantastic space here on Lovely Undergrad.  For now, you should head over and check out his new blog The Refined Graduate: A Guide to Living the Graduate Life in Style.  There's lot of design eye candy and inspiring photos for you to enjoy.

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I'll definitely put her among my weekly reads (because reading daily, it seems, is quite ambitious no matter how passionate you are at what you do).
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