No Rest for the Cricket Sweater Dress

No Rest for the Cricket Sweater Dress

I have been coveting a cricket sweater for the longest time. Ever since I re-binged the later seasons of Sex and the City and noticed how chic Charlotte looked showing Elizabeth Taylor Goldenblatt in the athletic-inspired staple, I have had my eye out for one. For some reason, there is a gentlemen's version in several [...]

Hungry Like the Wolfstooth

Hungry Like the Wolfstooth

Do you want to know what is better than houndstooth? Wolfstooth. It is the hotter, younger sister of the traditional tweed. I should state for the record that I have no hate for houndstooth. Wolfstooth merely turns up in collections less frequently, which is why when it does, I jump on the chance to add it [...]

The Colour and The Cape

The Colour and The Cape

Do you remember back in the day (by that I mean, a decade or so ago) when you couldn't get a dress sized for a tall framed female to save your life? Yes, there were "tall" pants available, but those typically had a 34"-35" inseam. Pairs eventually were available in longer lengths, and eventually dresses [...]

Four Degrees From Kevin Bacon

Four Degrees From Kevin Bacon

I studied historic preservation and architectural history in graduate school. One of the classes that made a huge impact on me was a 500 level Urban Design seminar. And this is when I hit y'all with some next level seven four degrees of separation. The gentleman who taught the Urban Design seminar, Karl DuPuy, was a [...]