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    Honestly, I find Blair to be really dated. I just think of the rich, snobby girl from "The Facts of Life". I vastly prefer Chloe. Have you considered going by your middle name? I know a few people who felt the need to go by something different in college, so they went by their middle name instead of their first.

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    I love the name Blair. I think it works well for any age. I am not a huge fan of Chloe. It makes me think of a young child or a baby, not a name that ages well. I also like the name Blythe.

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    I like both names. Chloe, in my mind, is as much a tomboy as she is classy and sophisticated, free-spirited and childish at the same time she is womanly and mature. Blair, on the other hand, is edgy, quirky, unique, androgynous, and has a dark side. From a professional standpoint, I see a Chloe getting hired more easily than a Blair.
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