One of my favorite parts of Paris is the cafe lifestyle they’ve cultivated. On weekends or afternoons people will meet at a cafe and sit for hours drinking wine or espresso, talking, and just enjoying the city. Even better, all the dining is outside allowing you to enjoy the nice weather and be right in…Read More
If possible, New Orleans is an even more vibrant city at night than during the day. Live jazz pours out of every bar and restaurant on Frenchman street, and the tourists crowd onto Bourbon street for a taste of the raunchy nightlife. Having been to the red light district in Amsterdam, I wasn’t too scandalized…Read More
A week and a half ago I took a trip to New Orleans with my friend Caroline, as a kind of 21st birthday/end of the summer celebration. I’ve really missed traveling and this trip was absolutely perfect. We went on a complete whim with plans only to eat, shop, and listen to music, and that…Read More
Trends and Tolstoy is going on vacation! I’ll be spending the week on the Cape with nothing but a book and the beach. Posts will resume next week when I’m back with hopefully not too many embarrassing tanlines. You can follow my travels on my Instagram @trendsandtolstoy.
It’s a four hour train ride from Boston to NYC but with delays and wait time it can be a lot longer. By then the wrinkled shirt, spilt coffee, and train hair are starting to kick in. To make my travel as painless as possible I wore a comfortable but stylish outfit, a soft, wrinkle-resistant…Read More
I’m a sucker for nerdy clothes so I was absolutely giddy when I received this dress from OASAP. It’s an A-line, Peter Pan collar dress with a stained glass window print. What more could this art-history-loving fashionista want? This was the perfect dress to wear for my visits to Notre Dame, Saint Chapelle, and the Louvre. Dress:…Read More