I figured I’d take advantage of the random warm-ish weather and enjoy going bare-legged for (presumably) the last time this year. Wearing one of my favorite drapey sweaters from All Saints, an imitation Helmut Lang draped skirt, Kelsi Dagger booties, feathered earrings from Morrison and Me, a combination of jewelry I picked up at thrift stores and Crafty Supermarket, and a fedora I really need to replace. SHOP IT!
There are times when I feel less “structured Zara” and more “flowy Free People.” On those days, it feels best to mix dressy vintage with random casual wear like this surprisingly cohesive beaded skirt and graphic tee combo. Anthropologie tee, vintage skirt, bag from the BX, Charlotte Russe sandals, random jewelry I've had for years, old prescription glasses I had tinted Sidenote: I always forget I have this belt, which I bought at one of those
I’ve been doing a lot of running around for the past few weeks due to several back-to-back photo shoots for Cincinnati Magazine’s October issue and our special style-focused SHOPS publication. If it’s 70+ degrees and I’m going to be scouting or doing pickups and returns, I’ve developed sort of a uniform: some variation of cotton tank + pencil skirt + sandals. Zara top, ASOS skirt, Jeffrey Campbell booties (I'd forgotten about the Ugly Shoes!) It’s cool, it’s
A little over a year ago, my life was changed. I obsessed for weeks--should I or shouldn’t I?--before finally making the move. I bought my first pair of Nike x Liberty Sky High Dunks. The compliments haven’t stopped since, and let’s keep it real, we all know that’s what fab shoes are about. Last year, a woman waiting next to me at a restaurant literally demanded to know where I’d bought them and looked them up