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Pants That Keep Me Going

October 4, 2017

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Ellie Mae blazer
Topshop mesh bodysuit
Tanya Taylor pants
Cafune purse
YSL shoes
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A little bummed to be back in the city after two days upstate in the countryside, where my man and I were surrounded by forest and stars in our little wooden oasis. It was exactly the extended weekend we needed. The horrifying news of the shooting in Vegas was a dent that we couldn’t stop thinking about, but it did make me feel lucky to be somewhere safe, sound and away from the chaos with someone I loved very dearly. I hope that America, not to mention the world, no longer has to endure more pain and hate like what most of us have been feeling so much of lately. Take the time for your loved ones; keep them close physically and close in your hearts. The world is so unexpected today, and that is reason enough to not let anything be taken for granted. That is something very clear to me right now. 

Have a beautiful Wednesday. I hope you all look forward to the weekend and think of ways to spend your time wisely and magically with the ones you call family and true friends. Even if it’s just with yourself, that is very important, too. 

Just sharing a quick outfit here today to inspire you to put some fun pants on before running out the door. Pants like these keep me going and going, through both the tough and easy times. 


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Life of the Party Pants

October 1, 2017


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ASOS top
Karen Walker pants
Etro purse
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I’ve been cleaning out my closet again, and the only pieces I feel the most attached to are my pants. I’m all about pants for fall. For winter. For spring. For summer. Every season calls for a reason to wear pants. And being 5’11”, I find much delight in the fact that they just make me seem even taller than I am. Especially with heels on. A dramatic lady on stilts. Bold pants bring character and personality to a basic tee all on their own. The resurgence of the oversized blazer this season is followed by the standout pant to match. And I like that I can choose to wear them together or separately, like I do here. I love dressing like a boy that fell into a rainbow. Rainbow Boy.

Milan content coming soon, I promise. I’m currently getting ready for my two day trip upstate to the Catskills with my man. No wifi. Just a little cabin, a bottle full of wine and an epic sky full of stars. I can’t wait! 

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NYFW Party Dress by Anna Sui

September 29, 2017

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Anna Sui dress
Etro purse
Dr. Scholls sandals
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A party isn’t a party without an Anna Sui dress. This is what I wore to Anna’s Spring/Summer 2018 runway show during NYFW. A dress from her current fall collection that was absolutely out of this world; one of my favorite collections of the current season. I describe this dress as “confetti flapper on the way to the circus” and I think that says it all, don’t you think? As you all know, I am a Anna Sui fan deep down to the core. She’s one of those designers that knows exactly how to make you stand out in a room full of people, even if it is in the most subtle way. Her sensibility can’t help but turn heads. It makes you think of really good music. A disco ball that everyone dances underneath. That sort of thing. If a dress isn’t meant to twirl, it isn’t meant for a party. And Anna always brings the party 🙂 And you can cry, but only if you want to. Hehe. Check out more party centric dresses by Anna below. 

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Fall in Pink Velvet

September 26, 2017

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Cinq à Sept bandeau and pants
Vintage blazer
Cafune bag
By Far boots
Cutler and Gross sunglasses
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Good morning my loves! Here I am! Two days into my 30th year. A few days into the new autumn season. I am under the influence of a strong cup of joe.  I don’t feel different and I feel completely different at the exact same time. It’s the strangest thing, but also an exciting one, too. So this is what it’s like to get over that last year of my 20’s hump. All that waiting and wondering and pressure to be an adult, and here I am. Maybe I’m not feeling it exactly right, but all I can say is that it feels good to be here. I still feel eager about my work and where it will bring me in my future. This past year has been one of the busiest of my life, but I still found myself dedicating so much time to myself and my closest relationships. This dedication is what is going to be rolling over into this new chapter of my life the most. As I get older, all I want to do more and more is feed my soul, shake through my thoughts and keep deep down inside me a youthful spark that hopefully will never go out. There have been many ups and downs, of course, on the way to this new year. There always will be. Embracing this I think is what is going to help me conquer my 30’s. It’s what is going to give me focus. It’s what is going to re-inspire my words on this page. It’s what’s going to make me look forward to what is to come as an adult, and as a true decision maker. What I want to do more of going forward is doubt less. My self esteem, my goals, my loves, my motivation, the pathways I find myself falling on. All of these things and so much more, I want to have free of doubt. What I’ve noticed this past year is how successful it has been, but at the same time how many times I doubted what I did, feeling not as in the game as I should. But you know what? There is no game. There is no right or wrong. There is no set way to act and feel and speak and think. There is no number that needs to define me. Not even my age. Now that is a timeless way of thinking. hehe. I’m excited for the year to come. These pink velvet pants are, as well. I’ve been missing Milan and Europe in general, so hoping to have more trips planned to go there before the end of the year! I have the excitement of a child about all that. I’m 30 but the spirit of a 10 year old. How about that. 

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