Sunday Snapshots


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sundaysnapshotscollage122114From left to right: 1) All black outfit featuring my new mink hat. 2) Sunday morning paradise. 3) Glamorous loungewear for a lazy afternoon. 4) Gorgeous ring courtesy of Trendy Jewels. 5) Maple ginger salmon that I actually cooked. 6) Feeling mischievous in front of Jason Middlebrook’s Tread Lightly at the MFA.

Name of the Game


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The name of the game is versatility. Now more than ever I’m reaching for easy, comfortable pieces that I can wear many different ways dressed up or down. Sure I still find time for fascinators and tutus, but on a day-to-day basis I’m valuing versatility more and more. This shirt is exactly the kind of piece I’m looking for. For one thing it’s opaque. I’m so over the chiffon shirt trend, especially now that I work in an office where I can’t just get away with a cute bra underneath. The button down style and cool print can go from cocktail party to casual Friday in a heartbeat.




nameofthegame4Shirt: c/o OASAP (available here), Leggings: Forever21, Shoes: c/o OASAP (available here), Scarf: Forever21, Rings: Vintage and handmade

Photos by Jenni Heller.

Face Off


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You guys know I love a quirky print, and this stained glass dress is one of my favorites. I call it my “art history” dress because so much of my art history study has centered around religious artworks. The last time I wore this dress was at Notre Dame. Yesterday I took it for a spin at the Museum of Fine Arts. It’s not quite the Louvre but it gets the job done.


faceoff2This Roman sculpture gallery is one of my favorites. I once saw a program for a group of blind seniors who came into the gallery and (wearing gloves) were allowed to feel all the sculptures to appreciate the art even without their sight. I thought that was pretty amazing. It also made me realize how fortunate I am to be able to experience artwork with all of my senses, many people aren’t so lucky.




Dress: OASAP, Tights: TJ Maxx, Flats: Tahari, Rings: Vintage and handmade, Bracelet: c/o Kendra Scott.


Photos by Jenni Heller.

CambridgSide Galleria Blogger Holiday


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The other day I was lucky enough to attend a blogger holiday party at the CambridgeSide Galleria. They really know how to treat a girl over there! After champagne and hors d’oeuvres we had a blogger-wide yankee swamp with gifts provided by a variety of stores. I haven’t spent much time in a mall since the mall rat days circa seventh grade, but this event was well worth going out of my comfort zone.



cambridgesidebloggerholiday4How cute are these holiday outfit options? I love the idea of a jumpsuit for the holidays instead of a dress.

cambridgesidebloggerholiday6Kristen from the Boston Fashionista lucked out with an adorable scarf.

cambridgesidebloggerholiday3Elissa from Style Wire getting excited about her gift.

cambridgesidebloggerholiday5A big thank you to CambridgeSide Galleria and Blog and Tweet Boston for putting this event together!

Photos are mine.

Please note: I was provided with complimentary items by CambridgeSide Galleria, however all opinions are my own.

Breakfast in Bed


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Now that I’ve had my own place for about seven months I’m starting to develop little routines and rituals in my weekly schedule. One of these is Saturday morning breakfast in bed. After a long week nothing feels more luxuriant than spending a few hours reading and relaxing in bed with a cup of coffee and an easy breakfast.



breakfastinbedI’m always a fan of cute pajamas. When I wake up in the morning already wearing a cute outfit the day is destined to be great.

breakfastinbed3What little rituals do you have to reward yourself after a long week?

Photos by Jenni Heller.

Here’s Lookin’ at You, Kid


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There’s something about classic black-and-white hollywood movies that still seems so glamorous. The drama and romance of noir films from the ’40s and ’50s still get me every time. When I started brainstorming this shoot I knew I had two options. In these movies there are always two types of girls, the good (and usually helpless) woman, and the femme fatale. It wasn’t a difficult decision.


here'slookin'atyoukid13I styled the dress with classic pumps and a veiled fascinator, because I never turn down the opportunity for a good veil.

here'slookin'atyoukid10My friend Tau, the Sam Spade to my Brigid O’Shaughnessy, styled a classic trench with a shirt and tie for that ’40s detective look.




here'slookin'atyoukid9None of us actually smoke so we bummed this cigarette off a tour guide in period dress. We weren’t the only ones around from a different time!


here'slookin'atyoukid15This shot feels so Rear Window to me, fortunately we didn’t witness any murders.



here'slookin'atyoukid11Big thank you to Tau Zaman and Jenni Heller for shooting this with me in the 20 degree weather!

Dress: c/o OASAP (available here), Fascinator: Savas Studios, Pumps: Payless, Coat: Vintage, gifted

Photos by Jenni Heller.