It is prime time for stocking up on argyle pieces.
One of my most traumatic experiences growing up was getting sent home from school for my shorts being deemed “too short.” These were the same American Eagle chino shorts that many a teenage girl had in her back to school wardrobe, but nobody else wearing the shorts was sent home from school. Nobody else shot [...]
Something about wearing tweed makes me feel particularly put together. Between developing an obsession for jacket and skirt sets circa 2012 and Blair Waldorf serving up spring tweed inspiration, spring tweed is a look that I love. To be honest, I do not wear it nearly enough. As mentioned before, I cannot help but feel [...]
Within the last two weeks, retailers have released seersucker styles. I do not know about you, but this is the only evidence I need that spring is about to turn and after a long winter spent wearing black opaque tights, we can sport the seasonal summer fabric. I wrote about Capitol Hill's seersucker Thursdays last [...]
In recent days, I have found so many pairs of chic shoes. Not necessarily designer shoes, but relatively affordable pairs from stores where the typical gal shops. Plaid, velvet, embellished, cap toe, and tartan with ornamentation galore. I credit the holiday for bringing the shoe-tiful bounty. I will be stalking them for markdowns. row [...]
I hate how often polyester pops up on product information. On the bright side, it has been the biggest deterrent in my online shopping habit. Why do we pay money for garments made of cheap synthetic materials? Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon are filled with documentaries about the intersection of fashion and sustainability, and it is [...]
Last summer, before my wedding, I wore white dresses all of the damn time. Any excuse to don one, really. I had been watching a lot of season three of Sex and the City, when Natasha and Big are engaged and all Natasha wears is white dresses. The style influences that move me... It also [...]
For the past three weeks, I have been on a Netflix binge of Friends. As someone who was in elementary and middle school throughout the nineties and grew up in a one television house, I was not vested enough to keep up with the series once I owned my own television during the latter half [...]