If you’ve been following along for a while, you’ll know that in my sartorial life I typically like to be as hands-free as possible, which is why when I was first introduced to the crossbody bag I fell for it hard and fast. As the crossbody quickly became by go-to handbag style, I found myself putting blinders on to other bag contenders for my wardrobe.
A few weeks ago I hit up the Reformation sample sale that 260 Sample Sale hosted in Soho. It pretty much met all of my expectations: the venue itself was chaotic and stressful, the merchandise was super discounted, oh, and I cried. Really, I did…
There are some outfits that I spend a long time agonizing over putting together that always end up feeling slightly forced or not fully me. If I'm not comfortable and confident in what I'm wearing, it totally throws off my whole day.
Ruffles may be one of the few trends that outlives the typical trend lifespan. Whether its a subtle extra flounce at the bottom of your skirt or if your shirt is covered in layers of them, ruffles will always be a way to add volume and depth to any outfit.
Last spring when gingham popped up out of nowhere, I recall rolling my eyes in a rather dramatic fashion. It's like the Miranda Priestly quote from The Devil Wears Prada but for the spring season. To me there was nothing "groundbreaking" about a print that reminded me of The Wizard of Oz, a film made in 1939.
You know what I’m going to miss the least about this seemingly endless winter? Wearing. Heavy. Coats. Don’t get me wrong, I love a fabulous winter coat—and bonus points if it looks like something Olivia Pope would wear.
If there's one thing I've gotten into more and more over the last year it's the bodysuit. Finding the right one isn't easy—sometimes it's the right size but it pulls, sometimes the neckline comes down too low, but when you find the perfect one, it can be amazing.
Until about four months ago, the last recorded instance of a turtleneck being anywhere on or near my body was when my mother still dressed me every morning (circa early 2000’s). This isn’t to say I had anything against turtlenecks really (except for the fact that my body temperature is often unusually high) they kind of just weren’t a thing.
Hey everyone! I hope you’re all having an awesome start to December. Since I missed Thanksgiving this year I am getting twice as excited for the upcoming holidays and am starting to think of gift ideas, fun Christmas activities to do in New York, and, as expected, what I’m going to be buying and wearing this month.
Hey everyone and happy Thursday! I hope you’ve had a great week so far.I know that it’s only the second official week of August, but I can’t help but think ahead to the fall days that are quickly approaching.
Hey everyone! I hope your week is off to a great start. So recently I was procrastinating by scrolling through pages and pages of jumpsuits and rompers (as one does) and I happened upon this romper from Tobi and instantly fell in love.
Hey everyone! Thanks for your patience as I actually took some time to chill down south over this past weekend. If you've never been to Nashville and you like food, music and awesome people, you should definitely make the trip sometime soon.
I know I'm probably getting ahead of myself here...but I believe I've already made my favorite purchase of the summer. Before we get into my new favorite item in my wardrobe, let's talk about this outfit overall. I swear, a year ago this is not an outfit I would have worn on this blog…
In the last how to style post, I showed you how to pull off a leather mini dress. This week I'm bringing you one of my favorite combos of the moment. While I can’t stand that this trend goes by the name Canadian Tuxedo (no offense to Canada or tuxedos, but seriously, why?) I have more recently become obsessed with the look of it.
Hi guys, I hope your week is off to a great start! Jessie and I went out in Brooklyn to take these photos this weekend and I was trying to picture what the accompanying text of the post would look like. One thing lead to another and it inspired me to start a new series here on Keep Calm and Chiffon.