Sartorial Sustainability Sunday: Carla Arvie, @igotitforchic

last week... This week, I am excited to introduce you to Carla Arvie. Her Instagram feed initially landed on my radar in early January. I immediately loved it, and consequently her blog. Carla's content looks like nothing else out there; she is a master when it comes to the secondary market. Thrift shopping is one of [...]

I Tweed This Blazer

It happened yet again. For the third time within six weeks, a tweed herringbone to-die-for blazer became available in tall, despite the fact that I was under the impression that it was not even produced in my size. A customer review of the product dated September 27th gave away that it was in fact available [...]

Marooned

Marooned

My husband and I took a tour of the Lord Baltimore Hotel with the Director of Sales last week. I love any insight I can get into historic architecture and being granted the opportunity to look at elements that are not necessarily open to the public. Did you know that this hotel is owned by [...]

Sartorial Sustainability Sunday: A Decade Later

Sartorial Sustainability Sunday: A Decade Later

last week... I recently realized that we were approaching the decade anniversary of former President Barrack Obama's first inauguration. What a time. I have the distinct memory of everything that happened that day. The night before the inauguration, I fell asleep to Frasier on Lifetime on my little television, a loaner from a graduate school roommate, Gail, [...]