As the weather gets warmer and my office style gets funkier, I felt it was time to pull out my Warhol-style Marilyn skirt. Nothing perks up the beginning of the week like a little pop art. I paired the skirt with a basic grey tee and a leather jacket for some textual contrast. Lace up…Read More
Archives for April 2016
From left to right: 1) Sunday reading material. 2) Fridays call for donuts, always. 3) Getting crafty. 4) Scoping out new works at the MFA. 5) For my more introspective moments. 6) Goodies from the TimberlandxBoston event.
When I was reading The Romanov Sisters there was a lot of talk about medicating with arsenic injections. I knew a little about the drug but I was curious about the use of it in nineteenth century medicine. That led to John Parascandola’s book King of Poisons: A History of Arsenic. The book is a fascinating nonfiction…Read More
Mother’s Day is fast approaching and I’ve been brainstorming more inventive gift ideas than the traditional flowers and dinner out. I found the perfect gift at Alternative Art Space in the South End. Fernando DeOliveira, owner of the gallery and a talented abstract artist, has created a line of stunning silk scarves with his artworks…Read More
As an early twenty-something, I’m still trying to figure out how to operate my stove and budget my paycheck every week. There are a lot of components of adulting that I haven’t touched yet, and for a long time skincare was one of them. It’s easy to disregard preventative cosmetic care when you’re young and…Read More
Blush is my new favorite color of the season. There’s been an uptick in styles in this color after Pantone named “Rose Quartz” (aka blush), one of their colors of the year. Typically I’m not too interested in the Pantone colors, but this hue is exactly the kind of effortlessly pretty that spring calls for….Read More