Bow blouses are back, betches. And just in time for 2k19 Charlie's Angels!
They say dress for the job you want. These tunics say, I am interviewing for white wine-accessorized housewife.
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 [...]
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 [...]
Desert boots came onto my radar circa 1997 or 1998. So vividly I recall a style page on the front half of an autumn issue of 'Teen magazine featuring desert boots of various styles, colors, and heel heights. The article advised winterizing a short skirt with tights and a pair of boots. I knew that [...]
Lately I have been obsessing about the sporty, classic slant to athleisure. I have to admit while I love the style, I did not have the ladyballs to start wearing the staples until finding inspiration from an unlikely source. Within the past year, I read about how one of the wittiest internet personalities around, Sarah [...]
Fun and little-known fact: cable sweaters are actually a type of Aran sweater. Aran sweaters are named for a set of islands on the coast of Ireland and as such originated as a popular Irish fisherman staple in the 19th century. In addition to the Cable stitch, there are several other stitches that fall into [...]
I distinctly recall the first time I noticed lucite accessories within the pages of a glossy. The November of 2001 I had gotten my little paws on an issue of Cosmopolitan. The cover tag line, "is stress making you bitchy" really sold me on the issue that I procured at the local KMart. (Spoiler alert: [...]
Concert festivals are not a new thing. There was Woodstock, Altamont (looking at you, Hell's Angels), Live Aid, Lollapalooza, Lillith Fair (#tbt amirite?), Warped Tour, and my favorites: Bonnaroo and Jazz Fest. Jazz Fest walked so Coachella could run. My upper years of undergrad I ran with a rather trustafarian crowd. A friend and I [...]