I’ve never been one to don loud costume jewelry or over-the-top accessories*. Call me boring, but I gravitate more towards a simple gold chain or a wrist full of stacked gold bangles. My bold statement necklaces are usually reserved for my most daring of moods, but more often than not I prefer subtle touches. When I wandered into Chloé I wasn’t expecting to find anything I loved amidst the 70’s bohemian revival, but
If you’re in need of more gift-giving inspiration here are some stylish accessories, shoes, and bags that are sure to be remembered. Looking for more of a Beauty based gift? Check out the ‘Holiday 2014 Lust List: Beauty Edit’ here. Did you happen to notice my obsession with DylanLex statement necklaces?
Happy Thanksgiving for those who celebrate! I hope everyones having a great day filled with family, friends, and food. So truth be told I’ve never actually participated in the madness that is mall and megastore Black Friday shopping… that being said, I do fully endorse Cyber Monday (and actually the whole long-weekend of cyber sales). After scouring the internet all week here are the very best Black Friday + Cyber
It seems like the rest of the country is already transitioning into Fall, with trench coats sneaking up around every corner. Even at NYFW people are walking around in heavily layered looks, in full denial of the heat. Las Vegas is stuck at a cool 99*f and I’ve sadly come to terms with it. Leather jackets and knee high boots will remain the things dreams of made of… for now. Thats where the Triangl
Though I hoard magazines in stacks and dedicate entire plane rides to reading them, I’m hardly ever truly up-to-date. That being said, I always manage to catch up when it comes to the September issue– the “most important issue of the year.” I did the dirty work for you and scoured the top magazines for the best editorials of September 2014, listed below.* Take a look at my Pinterest if you’d
The latest installment of the Miu Miu Women’s Tales short-film series premiered this weekend at the Venice Film Festival. Somebody directed by Miranda July is the eighth in the series, each film with a very unique vision from a new female director. What I love about Women’s Tales is how no two films are remotely similar to each other- with deeper messages ranging from family dynamics to tradition. On a more playful