The Return Of The Statement Pant

SEE LARK! | The Return of the Statement Pant | Floral Pant

I am excited to see florals making a comeback this Spring. Fortunately, I have a stockpile of floral prints from last year that I am able to recycle and reinvent. One of my favorite pieces is this slouchy pant from Zara. Continue reading “The Return Of The Statement Pant”

Rule of Three: The Foxy Shirt

fox, fox print, in god we trust

If I had a totem spirit, it would be the fox. What else could explain my obsessions for Shiba Inus and this fox-print shirt I discovered in my recent trip to Brooklyn? Handcrafted in the good ol’ U. S. of A., I loved the playful print and silky smooth feeling of this In God We Trust button-down. To justify the purchase, I took the Rule of Three on an adventure through DC, highlighting both the versatility of the shirt and some of the city’s iconic sites. Continue reading “Rule of Three: The Foxy Shirt”

Gray Matter


Breaking Bad has got to be one of the best, if not the best, television series created (I know, bold statement).  It’s painful to watch at times but the acting and storytelling are brilliant.  Needless to say, I was very sad when it was over.   Continue reading “Gray Matter”

Red and Olive Makes Awesome


Red and olive green are two colors I would have never thought to put together.  But thanks to the wonder that is Pinterest, I get inspired daily.  Case in point, I see the said color combination from Karen Walker’s runway and loved the unusual pairing.   Continue reading “Red and Olive Makes Awesome”

Phillip Lim for Target: The Aftermath


[Womenswear, navy a predominant color / Image Source]

By the time you read this, the Phillip Lim for Target collection is most likely sold out of the good pieces online and your local Target is probably ransacked. Some may feel that they hit gold, some will mock those who went crazy over this collaboration, and others are asking “Phillip who?” I fall in the first category. When I first heard about this joint line over the summer, I immediately panicked. There was the excitement of a designer such as Philip Lim making an affordable line for the masses, but there was also the sheer fear of fighting the crowds (online or physically) on the day of the launch to snag one of the handbags or that oh-so-beautiful leather jacket.

This is not a post recollecting the purchases made. This is a post about the unexpected social experience that I partook in through early morning hours and the humor (maybe delirium) that kept me going. Continue reading “Phillip Lim for Target: The Aftermath”