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How loudly does your style speak for you?

  “Remember smile and color will make a great first impression,” said TODAY style editor Bobbi Thomas, who offered quick and easy tips on the best way to get noticed on the street. TODAY’s Erica Hill and Jenna Wolfe interview Bobbi Thomas.

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  TODAY contributor Jill Martin unveils her latest Steals and Deals, including fringed lamb’s wool shawls, gift cards from Restaurant.com, espresso makers, and monogrammed necklaces.

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  Accessories that fit your style: Keep it simple!

Jennifer Miller, founder of Jennifer Miller Jewelry, demonstrates how to – and more importantly how not to – pair accessories with your outfits, using jewelry that you likely have at home.

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