[For Her: 1. Circle Purse / 2. Druzy Necklace / 3. Body Chain / For Him: 4. iPhone Cover / 5. Grizzly Sweatshirt / 6. Transformers Cuff Links / For Baby: 7. Organic Leggings / 8. Stuffed Carrot / 9. Wood Building Blocks]
Last week I shared with you gifts ideas for your friends and loved ones. Therefore, it seemed appropriate to focus this month’s Eye On Etsy on gift ideas that supports the small business owner. Read more
[British Cran Vodka cocktail at POV]
I have a love affair with W Hotels, all of Starwood really, but The W has a special place in my heart. Being an experienced road warrior (recently retired from frequent work travel – yay!), I have seen my fair share of hotels. The W has comfort and modern style all rolled up into one package. Read more
An all-white outfit can be intimidating. Sometimes, all I see are potential stains and an unforgiving color, but with a slight tweak in mindset, I see this look in a different (white) light.
I wrote a post last month about different ways to wear a studded and floral patterned heel. It was a helpful exercise to maximize the return on a substantial shoe investment. In the second installation of the Rule of Three: The Patterned Pump, I explore ways to wear J. Crew’s Everly Pump (sadly now sold out but similar here and here).
Jewelry trends come and go; therefore, I get a little cagey about spending too much on the latest shiny sparkly. Thanks to places like Bauble Bar, of-the-moment pieces are affordable and dare I say, reinventable? Is that even a word?! Lately, I have taken a liking to all-black jewelry. Uncertain with how I often I would wear this look, I decided to DIY by experimenting on an existing necklace. Read more
Happy Thanksgiving to all my US friends at home and abroad! This is the time of year that we always hope will slow down but ends up getting busier than ever. As we embark on the holiday season, it is easy to get wrapped up in the stress of family, work, and just “getting things done”. It’s important that when you are in that moment to take a step back and think about what truly matters. Read more