Romance was in the air at the Spring 2020 London Fashion Week: there was no shortage of billowy sleeves, pastel tones, and frothy tulles on the runway. Ever so impressionable, I, after a years-long preoccupation with the utilitarian, recently started adding more romantic touches to my outfits. One piece that I have been loving is this reasonably priced WAYF Mabel…

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As much as I like (nay, love) summer, and the nice weather associated with the season, there’s nothing as sartorially inspiring as fall, when my entire wardrobe comes alive with possibility. Rich jewel tones that feel too visually heavy in 90-degree heat now seem perfectly appropriate, as do plaids and animal prints. All of this renewed sartorial freedom also reanimated…

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Thank you Ann Taylor for partnering on this post! I update my work wardrobe every season with a few pieces that evoke the colors and textures of the seasons. For this fall, I have been loving dark green, tonal stripes, rich floral, and leopard prints; I am excited to partner with Ann Taylor to share two fall work looks featuring…

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As ready as I am for warm weather to return, I will miss cold-weather dressing: The ability to layer without restraint is how sartorial magic happens. While the outfit shown here is a few notches of whimsy short of extraordinary, it is one that I like quite a bit. The green speckled tweed coat works really well with the darker…

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Ever the optimist, I, after seeing a mid-March forecast that looks much milder than what I anticipated, have decided to forgo black tights for the remainder of the season, and have also (prematurely?) retrieved my many print skirts from storage. Time will tell how big of a mistake this is. ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ For anyone interested, the Theory Oaklane…

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