Vintage Dress.

Last week I shared a vintage coat that I bought at A Current Affair (the coolest NY/LA-based vintage show) with my girlfriends… but I also bought a dress! I spied it in a booth across from the one I was shopping and watched as a girl held it up deciding whether or not to buy it. The minute she put it down, I made a beeline over to it and knew I just had to have it.

Little Red Coat.

I bought this coat in gray last year and then came back for it in red this year. And now I want it in more colors (mint!), but that won’t be happening… my closet is already packed to the brim! The red is really fun though… it’s bright and cheery… perfect for the gray days we’ve been having lately.

Charleston Style, Part 1.

I’ve mentioned it here before but Charleston, South Carolina has become such a special place to me. The food, the architecture, the history… but most importantly – the people! It’s really strange as I have only been three times now (the first time being just over a year ago, last October) but I feel like I’ve been going there forever.

Pink + White.

This Ulla Johnson dress has been on repeat. I’ve mentioned it over and over again but I just love her stuff… she’s become one of my favorite designers. I know wearing white after Labor Day is still considered taboo in some parts, but here in New York, it’s completely acceptable. You just need to winterize it. Add black tights and a cute coat, or maybe a little leather.

Being Doris Duke.

My friend Natalie has the best personal style. She always looks amazing… but never like she’s trying to. Always effortless. This is something I’ve never been able to manage. I can make myself look good… but you can always tell that effort has been put forth. I still remember the day we met (documented here, actually). She was wearing this awesome vintage dress, backwards.

Black on Black.

Annnnd, Monday! Hope you guys had a great Halloween. I had a really fun one. I mentioned it earlier but in a pinch-yourself turn of events, a friend of mine was able to get us tickets to Heidi Klum’s bash, which was absolutely insane. Her costume (Jessica Rabbit)  was beyond elaborate (you can see the behind the scenes on her Instagram account – I watched each of the videos over and over again).

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