[ Rio de Janeiro: Wear: floral bikini. Stay: Copcacabana Palace. ] Even though it’s summer, I’m still daydreaming about sunny locales. Is that strange? Or just habitual? So many places left to go in this beautiful world and this looks like a good one.
The latest print that I am enamoured with is the city light print. These very different pieces are a great example of just how striking this look can be. All of these looks are intriguing but I have to say the Nasty Gal jeans and shirt stand out the most to me. It’s modern and geometric and offbeat, all at the same time. Perfect for
Who would have thought sugar skulls would have become a year round phenomena? I am so happy to find them adorning everything from scarves to leggings to wallpaper. I know some would consider this morbid but I find them rather cheerful, especially when rendered in bright happy colors. These are all quite lovely but I am all over that wallpaper (on back order unfortunately). 1
I brought you basics last week but what would spring be without some color? This spring I have florals on my mind – pastel florals to be exact. Super muted colors and watercolor-inspired prints are what differentiates this spring classic from previous seasons. It’s time to bring a little bit of sunshine to your closet, even if it still happens to be snowing where you
Why pick one color when you can have them all? That seems to be the theory behind this season’s showing of rainbow brights. This eternally happy color combination is even being partnered with other prints (python!) for a unique twist on an old favorite. For the most part, I’ve spotted rainbows in subdued sorbet-inspired hues but versions inspired by the real thing also abound. As