Pack a Bag: Hotel Boulderado, Part II

Pack a Bag: Hotel Boulderado, Part II

for Part I... Hotel Boulderado was the ideal place to take a eighteen hour pit stop while we were in Colorado. The hotel historian, Laurel, gave us a tour of the property and with that, copious insight on the history of the hotel. The historic plans of the residential floors were slightly different than the floor [...]

Long Story Short

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 [...]

Wine and Accessories

Wine and Accessories

Winter is exclusively for wearing black and if we are being adventurous, maybe even charcoal gray. Spring is for wearing pastels. Summer is for wearing brights. Why do you think that Lilly Pulitzer does gangbusters from Easter to Labor Day? We always want what we cannot have. Lately, all I want is pumpkin orange, hunter green, [...]

sīrsakar 2019

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 [...]