Now these boots I can get behind. I am finally coming around to the white boot trend. Mainly because I haven’t really spotted a pair that have caught my eye. This has changed with my discovery of Everlane’s soft leather low boot called The Day Boot. They are made in Italy and have an approachable heel height for everyday travels. Loving the hint of edge with the center seam detail. The burgundy is also a beautiful color if you are still undecided on the white. To me the white seems a bit softer than other white boots I have come across. These would be an easy and lovely addition to your wardrobe. The Day Boot is classic, stylish, versatile, and reasonable at $225.00. Score!
The key to surviving winter may be UNIQLO. It is no secret that I love UNIQLO. The reason is simple: they offer clean, well designed, functional, and affordable pieces for the whole family. Pieces that you will actually wear on repeat. They also do great collaborations. If you missed my earlier post about their Alexander Wang collaboration then check it out. I just received my Heat Tech, NO REGRETS! Here are two other pieces you should really consider. The Ultra Light Compact Down Vest is a slim layering piece that will go undetected. It costs $39.90. Wear it under a blazer, coat, or over a blouse. The alternative to the vest is the Ultra Light Compact Down Jacket. The jacket will cost you $59.90. Both are amazing adding zero bulk to your look. They will help keep you toasty. I personally live in a vest from now through April. Add the Heat Tech for optimal happiness and warmth. Happy Winter Folks!
It all works and you won’t be a walking trend. No fuss accessories that will give your wardrobe a refresh. A bit of color doesn’t hurt anyone. I know that black is so easy but so is adding a little color. The wrap is your base to work around. Underneath it I would wear neutrals consisting of a couple of layers (denim tuxedo and a cozy cardigan or jacket). Accessories that have complementing colors will give you a look that is a bit more interesting but not so obvious. Accessories are an easy way to express your own personal style.
you may want this look! I am not the only one thinking these hats are a good idea. Get on the waiting list. A full coverage hat to be worn on the coldest city days without looking like a bank robber but maybe more like a Teletubbie. They are not for skiers (less you are vying for Jerry of the Day) but for the brave wearers who just want face protection as well as up their city style. The Moritz from Kule will have you fully covered! Made of cashmere so hoping that skin irritation won’t be an issue. But it may be a risk worth taking if they come back in to stock! Stay warm this winter. Kule
I like to think about giving a gift that one would not buy for themselves. Lovely pieces for the kitchen and home are always a welcoming treat. There are many beautifully crafted possibilities. Consider your recipient’s hobbies, interests, and aesthetic. Get creative and make it personal. Perhaps think about pairing the lovely paper napkins with a small floral arrangement or the pitcher and syrup accompanied with your favorite pancake recipe. They all are oh so perfect whether it is a small gesture gift or a celebratory gift. It just depends on the occasion.
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Linen Tea Towel, Alessi Tree Diffuser, Neutral Sky Candle, Petite Silo Pitcher & Syrup, Vintage Glasses, John Derian Paperweight, Black Burgundy Truffle, Ceramic Tree Ornaments, Bird Paper Napkins, Laguiole Cheese Knives, Wine O’s, Shibori Dyed Cocktail Napkins
There is never too much tartan and egg nog during the holidays. It is fun, festive, and traditional. Don’t just wear one piece. Mix and match many pieces together to really get into the spirit. Here is my selection from J.Crew to get you head to toe excited. They have a fab selection. FYI, holiday sale is in progress! Happy Holidays. Go tartan. It is a classic! There is nothing here that you can’t wear year after year. J.Crew
Super fan of this cool girl clean look! Sylvain Le Hen from France is designing sleek hair accessories that will delight your eyes. They are minimalistic and beautifully crafted. Who knew hair accessories could take on an architectural vibe? Subtle, bold, clean, and utilitarian all come to mind when I see these art forms disguised as hair clips. Sylvain Le Hen hair accessories would make for a lovely gift. I am asking Santa for the red raw band. I have the disc and long clip. Hopefully Santa reads my blog! (all images from Sylvain Le Hen) For a local US online retailer with the most selection head to Founders & Followers.