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Ever wondered what to wear in the country? So has this episode's guest...
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Meg Taylor: Welcome to the special edition of Style Spice. I'm Meg and we are here today at my mom's house in North Florida. My guest today is my friend and fellow bargain queen Sara. Hi Sara! Welcome to the show. What's your style dilemma today?
Sara Goldstein: Well I grew up in the country but I have never felt like I knew how to dress there. I got to like to see people and this is the sort of outfit that I would wear. As you can imagine, I feel pretty overdressed in this. So I would like something that I can wear to the country, that's more casual but still feels like me.
Meg Taylor: Well I love your outfit, but then you know, I am a big fan of being overdressed and you don't seem like you are short in shorts and flip flop tops either. Don't worry, I think we can tone down this outfit a bit, and still have it to be you. Well, we'll trade in that polo shirt for a more casual top.
Sara Goldstein: Okay.
Meg Taylor: Well Sara, what do you think?
Sara Goldstein: I really like it. It's a lot more casual and summary, but it does still feel like me. I know what to wear to Florida now. Thank you, Meg.