Statement Sleeves

Zara top, SHOP SIMILAR Katty Xiomera pants Phillip V sunglasses Christian Louboutin sandals As we head into the long weekend, there’s no better time to update your warm-weather wardrobe with trend-forward pieces. Despite the broad range of prints, patterns, palettes, textures, and silhouettes that are available, designers and consumers alike can all agree on one major trend: the statement sleeve. This universal fascination with the statement top trickled down from the cold-shoulder and bohemian trends seen this year, and as much as I defy the hottest trends, these tops are a perfect addition to your wardrobe and these pants are super flattering. I am currently weeding through my closet for pieces to wear this spring and summer. As seasons pass, to think that your style won’t change... Read More

Denim Addicted

There is a truth about being addicted to denim. Much like diamonds, denim is forever. Denim is a beloved textile. It’s been around forever, super comfortable, easy to wash, and looks good on everyone. Part of its enduring legacy is due to designers reimagining it every season. A basic pair of jeans will never get old but seeing it in the form of chic culottes, patchwork, or a denim mini skirt makes me fall in love with it over and over again. Whenever I get dressed and am at a loss of what to wear, I pull out my favorite top and pair it with denim. We all own a pair of jeans, so this is an easy how-to in the style department. Trends change, but jeans are... Read More

Timeless Style

Timelessness is a priority in French style. The navy and white striped pullover is exemplary of how an item of clothing, when made well, can last forever. Origins of this timeless style, however, are not in the fashion capital of the world. Therefore, it was not the Parisians, but rather the Bretons who wore the nautical stripe first in Bretagne. The shirt we now consider a staple, authentically called by many designers the “Breton” stripe, was originally worn by those who frequented the seas along Brittany. The blue and white striped cotton pullovers were ideal to combat the weather at sea because of their tightly stitched cotton. It was then adopted by Audrey Hepburn and then Coco Chanel. To follow their lead, the Breton stripe was catapulted to high fashion.... Read More

How To Go From Desk to Dinner

As a style blogger, a career which has taken on a life of its own, time isn’t always on my side. I am always racing against the clock to meet deadlines, get to and from events, and fitting in all the errands. I have been using a productivity calendar that allows me . Constantly. and I bet a lot of you feel the same way. Whether I am running from the gym to the office or the office to post-work cocktails, time is an concept that is hard to grapple with.  Let’s be honest here. When you’re always on the go, the last thing you need slowing you down is wondering about your wardrobe. Right? Especially when you’re darting from your desk to dinner after clocking... Read More

Met Gala Who Wore It Best

Met Gala 2017 Affectionately referred to as “fashion’s Oscar night,” the Met Gala is the pinnacle of iconic style. A fundraising benefit for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the event welcomes celebrity stars, young creatives, and industry paragons alike. The excitement doesn’t stop there — the gala also signifies the highly anticipated grand opening of the Costume Institute’s annual fashion exhibition “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between,” opening this Thursday, May 4th and offers a designated opportunity to play mad scientist with the boundaries of what we consider “fashionable” black-tie garb. Because the question on everyone’s mind is at the pinnacle of the evening. The Met Gala who wore it best. Met Gala Who Wore It Best Last night, the Met... Read More

Track Pants Trend

If there is one thing I love to do, its dressing up. Speaking of dressing up, The Met Gal is tonight. Who is tuning in? I will be live on instagram, sharing my favorite dresses form the night so be sure to stay tuned! I don’t get to dress up very often as my life as a freelancer and a mom keeps me writing in my home office, and prepping meals in the kitchen for the family. When it comes down to it, athleisure, a trend I poo-pooed for a very long time, has reached new heights. In fact, it is now the cool girls who leave their homes in track pants, leggings, sweatshirts, and sneakers. After ruling the runway for the past few seasons,... Read More

When the Shoe Fits

Shoes: Donald Pliner Bag: JW Anderson When the clouds finally stop sneezing and spitting, fashion actually comes to life. I am so ready to whip out my spring clothes and shoes, but not when I am sopping wet. As evidenced last week, and executed quite nicely this weekend, our so-called “spring” turned into a bleak February-like status. I wanted to break out those florals and open-toe sandals, but would not freeze on the the account of fashion. I don’t know what “fashion” with a capital F is anymore. Is it the industry itself that has changed? Or is it me? The definition is blurry. For me, creative expression takes the form of writing, styling, and clothing, an object that someone can wear. I had the... Read More

Neon Carnival

Wearing: Ellery jacket AG jeans Cotton Citizen sweatshirt Celine bag Fendi denim strap Isabel Marant boots   Is it just me, or is the future looking pretty bright?  Designers dipped their toes back into fluorescent waters for spring, both for day, and for night. Neon brights have rapidly infiltrated the fashion scene. While the high-wattage look may seem like a lot IRL, the brights can be turned down a notch by adding neutral-colored layers. What else works? You can also play with an athleisure vibe. See sneakers, socks, et al. I tested out the trend for Spring by wearing a neon sweatshirt paired with denim. You can wear these powerful shades without looking like a neon carnival, trust me. Denim works with neon because it is... Read More
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