outfit

Tribeca Film Festival with Nexxus.

When Nexxus invited me down to their (incredibly chic) Tribeca salon for an afternoon of pampering and an evening of premieres, I all but did a flying leap across my apartment! There’s no way I would rather spend a Sunday. This year, Nexxus actually became the first ever…

Off-the-Shoulder.

Today, I’m excited to share my second (washable!) Spring look, in partnership with Tide, and their #TIDECHIC campaign, which is all about showcasing cute Spring outfits that are surprisingly washable. A couple weeks ago, I shared the first one… a white lace dress

Eyelet Top.

My girlfriends joke that all I ever wear is white lace tops and dresses. I beg to differ but if I’m going to be known for wearing one thing, it might as well be that! This one came from a new-to-me Australian line called Ministry of Style

Spring Remix.

In my everyday life, I wear and re-wear the pieces I feature here countless times. But I don’t always show you that for fear of being redundant. You’ve seen this trench coat a million times now, but today I am wearing just the under layer today, as a long vest.

Navy Shirtdress.

You probably know by now, but in case you didn’t… Serena & Lily actually makes the cutest clothes! Last year they sent me this gorgeous white fit & flare dress + the matching belt, which I wore in this post. I was really impressed with the quality + fit of both pieces. This year, they sent me their linen popover dress which I love…

Eyelet Dress.

I wore this outfit to a day of meetings in the city (before it got cold). The blue + pink pairing was an accidental combination… I reached for my little pink Cuyana bag and realized how cute it looked with my pale blue dress. Love when that happens.

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