Now that the weather is getting nice, it’s time to break out the flirty dresses and punchy prints and have some serious fashion fun. Specifically for spring I’ve been updating my wardrobe with some key artsy prints like this long sleeve lip-print button down from INC International Concepts available only at Macy’s. It’s a great lightweight top and transitional piece from winter to spring as the temperatures are still unpredictable. It makes for an edgy statement piece on any outfit or a sweet accent underneath a classic v-neck sweater. Plus, It’s a good investment piece as it’s just as easy to pair with black shorts as black pants to prolong wear throughout the varying seasons.
This entire week I have been doing some major spring-cleaning. From boxing up my winter clothes to transitioning both my closet and beauty products for for spring. It’s also the time of year when I take down some of my heavier winter fragrances off of my vanity — I love my musky, woodsy and dare I say more masculine scents for the winter but come warm weather, I want to be showered in clean, pretty fragrances!
Inspired by the fashion, fads and art movements of the 1950s, nail guru Jin Soon Choi created the JINsoon Spring/Summer 2014 Color Field Collection to capture the era’s youthful, creative spirit with bright, single-toned colors.
As I make way for some good ol’ fashion spring cleaning (which means a great excuse to do some spring shopping), one of the best places to shop for refresher pieces and gifts is at the MoMA Design Store — especially with Mother’s Day around the corner!
Whenever I attend a Henri Bendel’s preview, the Blaire Waldorf in me can’t help but get a little gitty inside. Launching this summer from April through June, here’s a sneak peek at some of the accessories to come. We have their classic West 57th Satchel in a million colors (it’s the perfect cross body tote!), perforated clutches, and a whole lot of