Little Fringe Dress.

When I saw this fringe tunic at TopShop, I needed to have it. I loved the way the fringe moves as you walk, and the price tag wasn’t bad either (only $60!) It’s definitely a little short, so you need to wear tights or leggings (I covered up further by wearing my flat over the knee boots.) I never thought of myself as a fringe girl, but this just makes me want to dance!

Caught in the Snow.

I always say that a navy pea coat is one of the best things you can invest in for the winter. It goes with everything and never goes out of style. I bought this one from J.Crew three years ago and love it (I really love how it has built in sweater/arm warmers. This one, from Lands End is a great option (at a great price!) and at the other end of the spectrum, this Miu Miu one is worth saving for…

The Stripe Launch Party.

To celebrate the launch of The Stripe (as well as my fifth anniversary of blogging), I wanted to do something special, and so I decided to throw a party last Thursday. A few days later, I’m still pinching myself looking through the photos and seeing how well everything came together (and how many people came out!) I couldn’t have done any of it without the help of my friend Alex (she does this for a living) or our amazing venue, Sweethaus (they went over and above… hello, DIY macaron station!)

S is for Suno… (and Static!)

I have long been a huge fan of Suno – but have never taken the plunge on any of the designer’s pieces, simply because they are rather expensive – and prints. Most of my splurge pieces are basics (things I can wear over and over again like the shoes + …

Easy Staples + Some Questions.

I’m wearing a few faves today. I bought this shearling scarf three years ago and am still surprised by how often I wear it. It’s fun for parties or going out at night, but equally lovely during the day as an extra layer to stay warm. People always think it’s a vest or attached to my coat, but it’s just a scarf. I get asked about it all the time and this is the closest I’ve been able to find, but it’s very expensive  (albeit on sale, for $450 from $1250.) A much more affordable way to get the look is this Topshop Fur Scarf – you could wear it the same way.

Snow Day + Some MLK Sales.

I usually pride myself on planning my outfits wayyyy in advance… but sometimes chaos (or in this case, snow!) strikes.  And so I threw a few of my favorite pieces together. I get asked a lot about my coat, but it’s actually an older Emerson Fry coat (bought a few years ago) with a vintage fur stole layered over it. Also guys, this a good weekend to shop… I’ve rounded up the four best MLK sales below.. you don’t want to miss ‘em!