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Sweater Weather

10 . 24 . 20

I think it’s finally going to be cold enough to wear my heavy sweaters this week and this one is the one I look forward to wearing most of all. Wait until you find out how much the clutch costs too. Structured Shoulder Cable Knit Sweater – This sweater is the perfect update to the traditional […]

I’m excited for this week because there are a few new movies debuting online including Rebecca on Netflix today, On the Rocks on Apple TV on Friday, and The Undoing on HBO on Sunday. I watched the adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier’s novel Rebecca today starring Lily James, Armie Hammer, and Kristin Scott Thomas […]

It’s the Fourth of July holiday weekend but it doesn’t feel as celebratory this year especially since many people can’t travel or see their family. I’ve put together some things to get you through this weekend whether you will be spending it at home or the beach. My first trip post quarantine was to Sag […]

Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer in the US but it’s looking a lot different than usual this year. Since most people can’t travel, many people will be spending time at home or very close by. I’ll be picnicking in the park and going on more walks with friends while observing social […]

Today is Good Friday but there doesn’t feel anything good about it. I’ve definitely been struggling lately to keep motivated and positive lately when every day feels exactly the same. I’m challenging myself to get my mojo back this weekend and there are some fun shows debuting that might just help me. I had no […]

We’ve made it through January. It was the longest month ever but I have a feeling February will fly by so I’ve pulled together a few things happening now and later in the month to give you time to plan ahead. Don’t forget that The Winter Show will be close on Sunday, February 2, 2020. […]

I had such a busy and enjoyable week and now that the sun is finally out, it feels like all is right with the world again. There were lots of events and openings as everyone tries to get things on the calendar before people start leaving for the Hamptons and summer vacations. But if you […]

If you just looked at the photos of interior designer Ryan Korban‘s new apartment in the September 2018 issue of Architectural Digest, you might think it was in Paris. It’s actually located on the Upper East Side of New York but it was the European feeling interiors in the turn of the century townhouse that […]

I’ve had a lot of requests for more flat lay outfit posts and I’m going to try to comply. Sometimes things I buy sell out quickly which makes it hard but luckily most of the latest things I’ve purchased are still available. I’m also trying to think about how to transition some pieces to fall. […]

Amanda Brooks was supposed to move to her husband’s native England with her family for just one year in 2012. Not only are they still there, she just opened a lifestyle shop in Stow-on-the-Wold in the Cotswolds.  Cutter Brooks carries a carefully curated mix of vintage items like fair isle sweaters and new pieces from Atelier […]

The most memorable trip I’ve ever taken was to Morocco. We spent a week driving down the coast from Casablanca to Essaouira, then to the low Atlas mountains before we ended up in Marrakech. One place we did not visit was Tangier since it sits on the northern coast. It’s always been on my must […]

Not all museum exhibitions have to be ground breaking. Some can just be beautiful and Public Parks, Private Gardens: Paris to Provence at The Metropolitan Museum of Art is beyond beautiful. The show “explores horticultural developments that reshaped the landscape of France and grounded innovative movements both artistic and green.” It features over 150 works […]