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Clueless on The Coveteur

I blogged about The Coveteur (or The Coveted as it was previously known) last year and am still an avid reader of the blog. 

The blog gets inside the homes and wardrobes of the fashion set and it featured Clueless yesterday!  The movie is a 90's teen classic which was based on Jane Austen's Emma and has a great soundtrack to boot.  Aah love this movie - I should try and dig it out and watch it on the weekend.  

Seriously, who didn't want her computer program that helped her dress in the morning?!?    It would probably help me instead of my current approach of trying on 3 or 4 different outfits each morning before deciding (I can see the Mr shaking his head in dismay right now while he is reading this and saying you should just go with the first one :) )


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2 cups rolled oats1/2 cup chopped raw nuts (any nuts will do…