Over the years of working in closets and with clothes there are a few items that I have tried and trusted and go to time and time again. Some are weird…sulfur on your face (trust me) and some our way expensive (cashmere travel wrap). But these are the things I recommend to all my clientsContinue reading “The Gift List”
Category Archives: Packing and Travel
Bathing Suit Blues
Bathing Suits are not something I like to shop for, buy or wear. Here’s some to definitely stay away from, plus some coverups so you can stay happily covered up.
Athleta For The Non-athletic
The lazy girls guide to wearing Athleta.
Shop The Look – NYC to Newport
Find the perfect pieces to mix and match in my exclusive shopping link!
How to pack without a panic attack
Let’s just come right out and say it…packing sucks. We usually go in with a good attitude, especially when it’s for a vacation as opposed to a business trip. But here’s the problem…by the time you set out to pack up your own suitcase you have probably suffered through at least 5 of the scenariosContinue reading “How to pack without a panic attack”
Have you ever been out at night, maybe in a car or walking your dog, and looked at the houses you are passing? Have you ever stared a little bit longer into the homes where the light is on and you can see inside the windows? I’m not talking about climbing into a tree and watching aContinue reading “Closet Stalker”
Silence and Noise
If you’ve ever been to New York City you know what it feels like to experience that buzz. It’s this electrifying feeling of excitement and anticipation, as if your whole life could change based upon what may be just around the corner, literally and figuratively. There is a sense of the unknown that awakens ourContinue reading “Silence and Noise”
A Midsummer Night’s Bad Dream
Have you ever made a decision you were 100% positive about? One that you knew without hesitation was the correct choice? I’m not talking about choosing not to rob a bank over robbing a bank, or choosing the fastest checkout lane at the grocery store. I’m talking about something that was hard, something that wasContinue reading “A Midsummer Night’s Bad Dream”