Cold Shoulder Dress.

And today’s post is up a little late because… I was out. What started as a civilized opening party for The Chester (the new Biergarten at the Gansevoort Hotel) turned into oysters + rosé at The Standard, which turned into more rosé (under blankets!) outside of The Standard, and finally …

Little White Dress.

I’ve long shopped at Serena & Lily for all things home related (guys these bins will change everything!!!) but was so excited to hear that they were launching a fashion line. And the line is just as you’d expect. Simple and elegant, and maybe a little bit coastal. Think white dresses, great basics, and patterns that aren’t fussy… the sort of pieces you have and own forever. The dress I’m wearing…

White Crochet Top & Skirt.

I’ve talked a lot about Topshop and all of their amazing Spring dresses, but I also scooped up this cute little white crochet top + skirt set. I can’t say enough good things. You know by now that I’m a huge proponent of the twin set, but this one is especially versatile. The pieces easily mix + match with the rest of your wardrobe (the top would be so cute with a navy skirt or cutoffs

Maine in New York (+ the 5 Best Lobster Rolls in NYC.)

Having grown up in the Northeast (with restaurateur parents), seafood (especially oysters + lobster rolls) is very important to me. It’s funny, because I actually refused to eat fish until high school, and wouldn’t eat lobster or other shellfish until college (what was I thinking??

KIND x Starbucks.

I talk a lot about my compulsive snacking in these parts and it’s only gotten worse since starting to work from home / developing a bit of a soul cycle addiction. Always. hungry. A month or so ago KIND reached out and sent me a few snacks to try (oddly I had …

Earth Day with Lands’ End.

Happy Earth Day! While I believe in living as green as possible every day, Earth Day is a great time to reflect, set goals, and think about what you can do be even better to the Earth the following year. My youngest sister is the environmentalist in the family and constantly reminds me that I can be doing more. If you’re already doing the basics (recycling, minimizing electricity usage) there’s other things you can do.