Sweater on Sweater

Sweater dresses are a key part of lazy fall dressing. For a more formal occasion, pile on the costume jewelry and put on a pair of fitted knee-high boots; on the weekends, top with a shacket (or a sweater drape), and throw on your comfiest pair of slip-on sneakers. The sweater dress is simply effortless. The turtleneck sweater dress seen… View Post

Lace Cuffs

One practical layering essential that doesn’t get enough credit is the lace layering top; I really enjoy the visual interest they lend to an outfit. But if an all-lace base layer feels too frilly, try something like this henley top with lace cuffs. If you don’t wear much jewelry around your wrist, a lace accent can have a transformative effect… View Post

Weekly Link Roundup

♥ These adorable espadrille flats from J. Crew (now on super sale) are restocked in a number of (mostly small) sizes/colorways. ♥ Luxury’s Fur Calculus: To Ban or Not to Ban? (The Business of Fashion): “Kering announced it was going fur-free. … Kering never sold large volumes of fur in the first place and its brands have been gradually removing… View Post

Ruffle Sleeves

This ruffle-sleeved knit top was one of my favorite finds from this year’s Zara summer sale. I did manage to find a very similar (arguably with even better sleeves) and affordable option from Line & Dot for those of you looking for something similar. It pairs well with denim bottoms, and also looks great with some wool midi skirts. I’m… View Post

ASTRONOMICAL FALL

Happy first “official” day of fall! Because apple-picking season is upon us, and you may soon have a surplus of apples that you don’t know what to do with, I want to share a video from NYT Cooking’s YouTube channel titled “10 Ways to Apple Pie With Erin Jeanne McDowell.” It’s a glorious video that I like to play in… View Post

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