The Tory Burch Traveler Logo Jacquard Wool & Silk Scarf featured in this post is one of my favorite purchases from this summer. The super soft, 70% wool/30% silk fabric drapes beautifully and is the perfect weight for transitional weather. For logo-phobes, the logo jacquard print is faint (especially in the “ivory”), and adds just the right amount of visual…

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♥ The Popeyes Chicken Sandwich Is Here to Save America (The New Yorker): “… the Popeyes chicken sandwich has ascended to the pantheon in record time, not because of a catchy ad campaign or an irresistible pricing scheme but because it is, if Twitter, Instagram, and uncountable blog posts and off-the-cuff reviews are to be believed, the best goddam chicken…

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I have fallen behind on blogging so posting may remain sporadic through the next week: I do have a number of posts near completion so there’s hope yet for reverting to a more regular posting schedule in the near future. For those of you traveling for LDW, safe travels. (And for those in Dorian’s path, stay safe!) Have a great…

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Never someone to be deterred from a purchase because of the weather, I bought (and kept) the AQUA Tweed Double-Breasted Blazer pictured in this post around the peak of summer, when a day’s high can climb into triple-digits. And I wish I had a story of misery to share about how I nearly melted wearing it, but it’s been perfectly…

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Fashion mashups don’t get much better than the cape scarf (though the sweater blazer comes close): a good one will keep you warm while adding visual interest to your outfits. I have been living in this checkerboard cape scarf while traveling this summer: It was an extra blanket on the plane, a makeshift stuffed animal (when rolled into a bundle),…

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