Last Post on MIMI+MEG and The Launch of MegBiram.com

Well friends, this is my last post on MIMI+MEG. I will be launching my new site MegBiram.com TOMORROW! I'm so excited, as it feels like a milestone in my career and blog. After almost exactly five years of posting on MIMI+MEG, I am launching a new website and brand, a redesigned blog, switching publishing platforms, and MIMI+MEG will be no more. It was time for a change, update, refresh, growth, and evolution. 

So what does this mean for you?

to head directly to the blog, you can click on this link

and rebookmark it (I would be so grateful if you do!).

the new website is

What's the difference?

The new website is a home for my professional work: consulting, seminars, art, etc. The blog is on the main site, but you can just bookmark the blog to be directed there without going through the main site.

What if you read it on a feed?

For as long as FeedBurner is around, your feed should automatically update... it might be a little funny at first, but then it should be OK. If you follow in Bloglovin' I am going to be working on that update tomorrow as they have to do it in their system.

If you continue to come to mimiandmegblog.com it will automatically redirect you to my new site. So you won't miss a thing.

Thank you all so much for being readers of MIMI+MEG for the past five years. It has been such an amazing ride, and it will continue now over on Meg Biram — The Edit.

Please note, that if you comment on this post, it will disappear and not transfer over to the new site, but I'd love to hear your thoughts on twitter, facebook or on the Welcome post over on MegBiram.com tomorrow.

So long MIMI+MEG!


Photo by for Refinery29
Take a peek into the home of DC interior designer (and my friend), Zoe Feldman.


INTERIORS // Kelly Wearstler

If you've been reading my blog for even a short amount of time, you've probably picked up the fact that I am a Kelly Wearstler superfan. The woman is a creative genius. You may not love all of her designs or think they are livable, but there has to be people in the industry that push the boundaries — or else everything will always look the same and boring. I love her bold design so when I saw she was featured on The Coveteur I about died. This is just a glimpse of the feature, see the rest of it here.

Maybe I can just import this rack of jeans into my closet. Let's make that happen. 


FASHION // Delightfully Chic Fall

Every time a new season comes around I do a closet assessment. I ask myself, what do I have from last year and what trends do I want to include this year?

Classics can always move forward, and some trends can turn into classics for a few years — chambray anyone? This year, I'm looking for some gorgeous printed blouses, comfy sweaters, and trend colors like cobalt, oxblood, and metallics. I'm heading to San Francisco next weekend to teach a #GSD Workshop and am going to have to hit up Chloe Rose Boutique. A girl after my own heart, the young fashion-obsessed entrepreneur Marissa, owner of Chloe Rose, has a well-edited selection of clothing, accessories and bags. 

One unfortunate trend I've seen lately with online shops is that they have too much stuff! Some may think, the more merchandise we have, the better. I usually disagree. I think it's better to have a personality, have an opinion, have a style. Edit your products for the shopper so they come to you for your aesthetic. Own it, and be known for it. Those are the shops I find myself coming back to. Even if a shop isn't my exact style, I appreciate and respect business owners that go for it, and always try to spread the word to people I think might like it.

Lucky for you, Chloe Rose has a little contest going on, the Delightfully Chic Style Contest. You can win a $500 shopping spree at Chloe Rose — ahem, she carries brands like Rebecca Minkoff... To enter, create a board on Pinterest named Delightfully Chic Fall, pin items that you think represent delightfully chic using hash tag #delightfullychic and include at least 3 Chloe Rose items by 10/30/12. The winner will be selected on 11/01/12 and will win a $500 gift card to Chloe Rose! If you want, tweet @ChloeRoseBoutiq and @megbiram and with #delightfullychic — we'd love to see what trends you want to wear this fall! See my delightfully chic board here.

Photos above via Chloe Rose, design by Meg Biram.
This post was sponsored by Chloe Rose, all opinions are my own.




I want to add the love print to my bedroom love collection, and I'm already a big fan of Happy Menocal. I think the best friends sky maps print is a thoughtful and affordable gift for your BFF. 

Do you have a favorite piece from this edition of Gallery Wall?


GSD // Monika of Doctor's Closet & BFREND

Photo by Melissa Skoda for Framework Magazine


What does a typical day look like for you?
1. Get ready for the day 2. Make bed 3. Eat breakfast 4. Coffee or smoothy 5. Check email 6. Blog 7. Catch up on Bfrend orders & Invoices 8. Social Media 9. Make sure I fit in a workout 10. Kiss my husband 11. Rub my baby bump 12. Pray 
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