Month: January 2015

Winter date night: Coral & black

Hi everybody!


Today is a big day for me. I’ve packed up all my things, and I’m moving to New York City! It’s a temporary move, but it feels pretty big none the less. I’m basically taking a temporary leave of absence from my consulting job to work on the strategy team of an aparrel and home goods brand. It’s really exciting, but as all changes are, a little bit scary as well. I’ll be in NYC for the next six months, definitely let me know if you’re in the area and want to meet up!

I’ll keep you updated on my latest adventure. In the mean time, thank you as always for your support!


Top: J. Crew
Bottoms: Allsaints
Shoes: Cole Haan (old, current season here)
Accessories: J. Crew Factory necklace (sold out, similar here, J. Crew earrings, Bauble bar ring

Embellished tee: Snakeskin printed flats & favorite blazer

Hi everybody!


I think its important to have an outfit fall back. That way, whenever mornings feel overwhelming, it’s still easy to dress well. That’s my strategy anyway. I use blazers to elevate my t-shirt and jeans ensembles to a wear-in-public-and-also-to-work appropriate place. What are your strategies for rough or hurried mornings?

Thank you so much for reading!


Top: J. Crew t-shirt (on sale!), Tinley Road blazer
Bottoms: Sinclair “Elon the stick” jeans (old)
Shoes: Enzo Angiolini
Accessories: J. Crew Factory bracelet, Madewell rings, Bauble Bar earrings (old)

Opposites attract: Black leather collar & white corduroy

Hi everybody!


Happy Friday! Just a quick hello today, and a big congratulations to Melanie F for winning the 360 stud earrings giveaway!!! Please email me at to tell me where I should send your winnings! Thanks again to everybody who participated, and for your continuing support! Stay tuned for more giveaways to come :)

Thanks so much for reading!


Top: Club Monaco (old)
Bottoms: Banana Republic (on sale!)
Shoes: Sperry Topsider
Accessories: Gorjana necklace (old), Banana Republic bracelet, Bauble Bar ring, Madewell rings

Photography: Nancy Wang