One Item :: Two Ways

I love a good fall jacket. I mean, this is the time of year where it's cool enough for a fabulous coat but not so cold that it's being worn just for warmth. Enter this versatile Tory Burch coat. The weight is perfect for now and you get double the bang since it's reversible. On one side, it's a crinkly patent-like material, on the other side it's a diamond patterned jacquard. 




In that same vein, Tory Burch also did this grey convertible cape jacket. There's nothing I like better than a cape, other than when it can be worn multiple ways.


I also love a fit and flare dress especially one that has long sleeves (why are so many designers reluctant to give us sleeves?). But this Lela Rose dress is reversible. 


I hope designers will continue to give us items that can be worn multiple ways. 


Weekend Tidbits :: Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's

I had a lovely Saturday going out for a jog, getting my hair done and then running around for errands including a jaunt into my favorite florist, Winston Flowers. It's dahlia season so I bought a bouquet of white dahlias and sprinkled in some green hydrangea for good measure.

Sometimes there's nothing better than a night in with good wine, home cooking and an on demand flick. I debated bellying up somewhere Saturday night but after a jaunt to my local cheese and gourmet food shop, I decided to buy a few things for a fab night in. Allie of Wardrobe Oxygen had posted a link to a list of fashion documentaries on Netflix which was a reminder that I had wanted to see Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's. If you haven't seen it, I highly recommend it. It gives the background of the store from who owned it to the history of the real estate to the behind the scenes of the personal shoppers and the super talented people responsible for the window displays. 

I decided I was in the mood for my version of comfort food: pasta with red sauce. At South End Formaggio, I saw a pack of mixed salumi which I thought would be great sauteed with some onions tossed with tomato sauce and pasta. 


Fall Uniform

Outfit details: H&M top (old but similar here), M Missoni skirt, Burberry jacket (from a few seasons ago but similar here and here), Valentino shoes, Balenciaga bag, Stephanie Kantis necklace, Hermés bracelet

It's hard to believe it's come to this; back to the fall uniform. I have mixed emotions with this time of year. I'm sad to leave summer behind but this is my favorite time of year for getting dressed. Give me layers and jackets any day. I wore this outfit to death last year and I think it will still be in regular rotation.


NYFW Spring 2015 :: Hervé Léger

Images via style.com

I am always a fan of Hervé Léger from afar but for my life the ubiquitous bandage dresses don't work for me. So I was pleasantly surprised to see something different for spring in the bright colors, prints and structural design. I love the assymetry of the first look layered over a bandage skirt and the kimono top of the last look


Full Regalia

Outfit details: Valentino dress, jacket and shoes, Chanel bag, Alexis Bittar bracelet (similar here)

One evening last week, I was heading to the opening of the Hollywood Glamour exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts here in Boston with my friend Lani. I had an early morning doctor's appointment and a full day's work before so the question was: do I dress all day for the evening's festivities or do I run home to change. I ended up dressing in the evening getup for the whole day. It's better to be overdressed than underdressed, right?

The Hollywood Glamour exhibit was super fabulous (though it's small). If you're in the area, I definitely recommend checking it out (and I posted a few pics on my instagram).

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