From left to right: 1) Brushing up on my French during a cafe break. 2) I’ll never tire of this view. 3) Just call me Croque Madame. 4) Afternoons at the flower market. 5) Third wheeling it with Cupid and Psyche at the Louvre. 6) Tea at Ladurée on the Champs-Élysées.
Archives for May 2015
I get a lot of questions about how I take my Instagrams, so today I’m giving you some top secret information about my ‘gram styling. If you take a look at my Instagram you’ll see I have a very clean, minimal style based in bright whites and negative spaces. Here’s how I do it. For…Read More
I don’t wear a lot of white, but this subtle, grid-print dress is really working for me. You may remember I styled it as a shirt here. Paired with my favorite leather jacket and some nude heels this look has a polished/edgy combination that I can’t get enough of. Jacket: H&M, Dress: TJ Maxx, Belt:…Read More
I’ve always been drawn to vintage style. Fashion history is interesting in that the garments reflect the time period they were designed in. For example, sparse simple looks during World War I, versus a lush extravagance during the ’20s. I love wearing vintage looks because it’s like wearing a bit of history. Each garment has…Read More
It’s been a while since I read contemporary fiction, I’m usually more of a classics girl, but when a friend recommended Super Sad True Love Story by Gary Shteyngart I was intrigued. Set in a future world where everyone is completely dependent on electronic devices called apparats (surprise, surprise) and your value is ranked based off your “credit”…Read More
What makes outfits like this so great is the way all the different elements work together. The texture, the colors, the pattern, the cut, they all work to make the look interesting without overpowering each other. It’s outfits like this that take a little more thought and artistry to put together than your typical cute…Read More