Crop Top Season

Were you one of the people who had been running around half-naked this summer? Because I was. Maybe it was the partial anonymity granted by my face covering, or maybe it’s because the line between public and private really has become blurred–if no one was around when you were in a state of “advanced dishabille,” can your outfit (or lack…

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Review: J. Crew Classic Field Jacket

Happy first day of September! Even though the first day of fall is still three weeks away, I’ve already unpacked my field jackets and trench coats in preparation for layering weather. J.Crew‘s Classic Field Jacket has become one of my favorite pieces for transitional weather. I got a lot of wear out of it in the spring and expect to…

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Dresses Lately

I have been spending freely on cheap thrills, as they sometimes help tame the boredom and repetition that define pandemic living. My thrills of choice have been a cloying mix: sugary drinks, whole cakes, and pullover dresses that require no styling. For those of you looking for a quick fix, here are a few dresses for your consideration: The Drop…

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New Prep

Every summer I announce my intention to “play more tennis,” but the truth is I just really like tennis outfits (sign me up for any clothing that’s technical AND stylish). I just can’t get enough of the sport’s flirty mini skirts and colorful headbands. I don’t even sweat it when tennis chic veers into rich mom territory: when the sweater… View Post

Weekly Link Roundup

♥ We Have Reached Peak ‘Exercise Dress’ (The New York Times): “… an ‘exercise dress,’ … [is] an all-in-one outfit that … may be haunting your social feeds, with ads touting its comfort (stretchy nylon and spandex!), versatility (built-in shorts!) and universally flattering silhouette (who doesn’t feel good in an A-line dress?) … Compared to last year, exercise dress sales… View Post

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