I always love the idea of an all white outfit but I rarely go for it. Why? Although unofficially diagnosed, I do have a fear of stains. Yes I know they can come out (although an extra rainy Lollapalooza day 3 last year left me with perma-mud stains on my white culottes) but I do find them to be the ultimate buzzkill. I have to get over it though, and I did today. I’ve done all white once for summer, but now I’m giving it a go for spring…
We’ve all read those “fashion must haves” posts where some expert tells you what every woman should own. I’ve even had people ask me this very question for their own stories. But why should I be telling you what your closet needs? Is it a universal thing? Does every woman need to own an LBD and a leather jacket? Let’s find out.
What happens when your street art loving self encounters 1.3 kilometers (or just under a mile, in American speak) of street art goodness? THIS!
I realize it’s still 80 degrees and we’re just itching to get into our [hopefully not itchy] fall clothes. We briefly chatted about the seasonal transition on Monday (welcoming you into September) but it’s something many still struggle with — how do you wear something post-Labor-Day-appropriate without sweating through your entire outfit? As always, I got your back on this one.
Us fashion folks love to talk about “looks for less” and “splurge-worthy items” but how do we know when it’s really worth it? One rule of thumb is if you can wear the piece day or night and/or in any season, it’s probably worth the investment (as long as it’s not a super trend — I’m talking to you sneaker wedges). And we all love shoes, right? So let’s bring the two topics together and there you have today’s post.