All you need is a white tee.
All about them stripes! Especially when done in a unique, cool way. This top by Elliatt took everything I knew about stripes and flipped it upside down. I love how the spacing between the lines varies, almost playing tricks on the eye.
And, can we talk about the asymmetry? From one side, it looks like a long tunic dress, and from the other, a standard high neck top. I’ve never seen anything like it before and I got giddy with joy the second I laid eyes on it. I played up the 60s with everything else — what do you think? X
“And at the end of the day, your feet should be dirty, your hair messy, and your eyes sparkling.” My mantra, always.
Whether it’s squeezing in a last minute hike or vintage shopping in Silverlake, I’ve been trying to squeeze out every last drop of summer. And, nothing feels more seasonally appropriate than a delicate floral midi dress.
There’s something about a pretty maxi dress that makes me feel like the most luxurious gal in the world. Perhaps it’s the flowy fabric and the ability to lounge gracefully on a chaise lounge… the ultimate “Elie Saab for Breakfast” moment. My friend Kasia came up with that phrase, and we use it to describe this scenario of someone who wears a gorgeous couture dress to eat breakfast in, because they can. The idea of wearing something so incredibly luxe and ridiculous and gorgeous, while eating yogurt and berries and coffee, because why not.
Wearing a bomber jacket instantly makes me feel like a rockstar. There is something undeniably cool and collegiate about sporting a bomber, even if it wasn’t received as a sports or study accolade. I got this one a few years back at Forever 21 because it has an “M” for McNamara on it. That’s another thing I adore – a monogram! Anything with my initial(s) on it and I’m sold.