I get mistaken for staff at bookstores and libraries on the regular. I don’t correct people, but rather use it as an opportunity to spread the word about my favorite authors (“I think what you really need is some Nabokov”). I can’t blame the shoppers, my style sometimes has a very librarian-chic slant to it….Read More
Archives for April 2015
I’ve been looking for the perfect black wool hat for some time now. I’ve come across a lot of great styles, fedora, pinch-crown, cloche, but this wide-brim floppy look is exactly what I was searching for. I paired it with leather pants and a graphic tee to keep it from going too Coachella. Hat: Urban…Read More
From left to right: 1) The only appropriate outfit for Marathon Monday. 2) Morning reading. 3) Breakfast and feminism with my new Pamela Barsky bag. 4) Black and white forever, please. 5) Tea and planning this weekend. 6) A fascinating installation piece by artist Christina Zwart.
Recently I’ve been all about the right hand ring. As opposed to a left hand engagement ring, the right hand ring is something a woman buys for herself to celebrate her success. I like the idea of women buying important jewelry pieces for themselves rather than having to rely on their significant other. When Anjolee…Read More
This floral number is my favorite brunch dress. It’s a classic cut on top with a contemporary high/low hem on the bottom. The neon color scheme modernizes the dress and I added a statement necklace for a little shine. The best part of this? It’s actually warm enough in Boston for me to wear a…Read More
I always say the one thing I kept from my New Hampshire roots was a love of plaid flannel. And it’s true, I just can’t get enough cozy flannel shirts. The combination print and texture bring a lot of visual interest to an outfit, especially when paired with leather pants and a statement necklace. A…Read More