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Juggling work and a personal life can be a doozy, so we're always bowled over when we encounter a lady who does it all. (Our new favorite word to describe these multi-hyphenates? Slashie!)
No one better encompasses this than local gal about town, Robyn Miller. She's an actress-slash-model-slash-singer-slash-store owner-slash-vintage clothing purveyor-slash jewelry maker. Phew. Did you catch all that?!
The most amazing part about Miller is that she manages to accomplish every endeavor with ease and grace. So, of course, we paid a visit to her adorable Oakland Hills abode and raided her well-stocked closet. If you get a case of wardrobe envy, rest easy: You can visit her shop Heritage Mercantile, or at pop-ups up all over the Bay. Okay, now let's play dress-up!
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