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I know some of you will think this holiday gift guide is too early and others will be excited so you can start shopping now. I’m posting a week earlier than usual because retailers are worried about shipping delays as more people than ever will be shopping online for gifts this year. Many friends and […]

A Change of Direction

07 . 29 . 20

It’s always around the end of July that I start to get sick of my colorful summer clothes and begin to reach for neutrals. It’s also around this time that I try to take advantage of the final days of sale season. There are still a a lot of good pieces left this year. I’ve […]

Pearls of Wisdom

06 . 03 . 20

I had originally planned a post on pearl jewelry for this week since pearls are the birthstone for the month of June. Even though my birthstone is diamond, I prefer the luminosity of pearls. The post didn’t seem as relevant after the events of this week until I came across a feature on 55 Black-Owned […]

Just when I had decided that my spring and summer wardrobe would consist exclusively of neutrals, navy, and black, the new Emma movie comes out and makes me want to wear pretty pastry colored pastels. I suppose I could add in a few pieces or wear them on my Southern trips or I could just […]

I had planned to post my Mother’s Day Gift Guide last week but my time in Charleston got away from me. But don’t worry, you still have time to shop for the wonderful women in your life. Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 12th which gives you three weeks to pick out the perfect presents. […]

It’s not quite warm enough for spring clothes in New York yet but the weather is sure to be gorgeous in Charleston when I travel down south for my birthday in April. Funny enough, the new Halsbrook catalog was also photographed in Charleston. The great patterns and colors of their spring fashions look perfectly at […]

Legendary costume jewelry designer Kenneth Jay Lane passed away almost a year ago and now art, antiques, and objects collected over his lifetime are up for auction at Christie’s Interiors: New York Visions sale on June 6, 2018. Also included in the sale are The Collection of Arnold Scaasi and Parker Ladd, and Robert Couturier: Elements […]

One of the most anticipated events every January is the Winter Antiques Show which benefits the East Side House Settlement, a community resource in the South Bronx with programs that “focus on education and technology as gateways out of poverty and as the keys to economic opportunity.” The mix of art, antiques, objects, and jewelry never […]

June is high season for weddings which means it’s the perfect time to pick out some new jewelry. Nordstrom has a wide selection of styles for the bride, her attendants, and guests. As usual, the best thing about shopping at Nordstrom is the free shipping and returns. I don’t have any weddings on my calendar […]

Mother’s Day is a little less than two weeks away. If you haven’t found a gift yet for the moms in your life, Nordstrom has a myriad of fine jewelry options that would make the perfect present. If you are a mom, you may want to forward this post to someone as a hint. With free […]

Say Hello to Halsbrook

03 . 23 . 16

Once everyone is back from spring break, events start filling the calendar once again. That means planning what to wear to all of them has to start too. One great place to begin looking for outfits is Halsbrook. The online site was founded by Harvard Business School graduate Halsey Schroeder as a place for the modern […]

Cartier Rendez-Vous

03 . 10 . 16

One of the most fun and whimsical presentations of Paris Fashion Week was by Cartier. They rented out the Hotel Montana in Saint Germain and created different fantasy scenarios filled with every Cartier product from high jewelry, watches, handbags, leather goods, sunglasses, stationery, to even champagne. It was a lovely departure for the usually staid brand. I recently […]