Posts in Style
Holiday Party Inspo: Why Wearing Emerald is an Event in Itself

Time passes by SO quickly, and December can especially feel like a blur. It’s precisely because of this that making time to spend with the important people in your life this time of year is crucial, no matter how hectic life may feel. This season, I’m trying my best to make time to spend with the people I care about most, and while I do it, I’ll be wearing emerald.

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Adventure 101: How to Choose Functional and Stylish Outdoor Gear

Now, everything from online marketplaces to physical retailers like Dick’s Sporting Goods seem to be carrying a bigger-than-ever assortment of women’s performance gear at extremely affordable prices. So, if there was ever an ideal time to fall in love with the great outdoors as a woman, it’s now.

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How to Travel Smarter and Dress Better: My Take on New York Fashion Week Packing

Here is how I packed for NYFW, with all of my outfits fitting into half of a check-in luggage (the other half was occupied by things I wore in DC and Baltimore!). And, this isn’t exclusive to Fashion Week. These tips are the same ones I live by when packing for any trip where I need to be bringing my A-game from a wardrobe perspective, whether it’s a business trip, a wedding, or a formal event.

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Patterns Are the New Black: How to Boldly Wear a Patterned Jumpsuit this Summer

There’s something about a woman in a bright pattern, a bold shade of lipstick, or a colorful heel that always catches my eye. She’s confident, she knows exactly who she is, and she doesn’t need a safe color like black or beige to keep her head held high. Her personality isn’t beige, or blah. It never was. She was born to stand out and command attention.

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3 Unexpected Ways to Wear a Moto Jacket this Spring

One of my favorite menswear pieces is the moto jacket. It’s been a staple for decades, and it’s adapted so effortlessly into womenswear, with tons of flattering cuts, fun textures, and unexpected colors. It’s almost impossible to put on a moto jacket and not look instantly cooler, more put-together, or more effortlessly badass.

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Awakening Your Sense of Awe

Do you ever get the feeling that, because of social media and Instagram and everything that we now have access to at the tips of our fingers, suddenly, nothing seems as impressive as it used to be? When was the last time you truly–I mean truly–paused and appreciated something in front of you without first taking out your phone to snap a photo?

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International Women's Day: How to Better Empower the Women in Our Lives

Before I go any further, let me make one thing clear–yes, I know. Not everyone’s a feminist or an activist. Not everyone reading this might personally feel like they’ve been affected by gender differences or inequality. Why does this all matter for you? I’ve honestly asked myself this question before on more than one occasion.

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Suede in the City

All of the NYFW street style moments happening earlier this month have really gotten to me, and I’ll be honest, I can’t help but feel a little FOMO. And no, it’s not necessarily because of the shows, or the parties. What I do fall in love with again and again whenever I’m reminded of New York is the electricity and the hustle and bustle you can’t help but feel when you’re there.

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Beyond February 14: Turning Valentine's Day Cliches into Traditions

Valentine's Day is a paradox. We hate it because grocery store boxes of chocolate and heart-holding teddy bears aren’t an actual measurement for love. But on the flip side, we love it because date nights are fun, having an excuse to get dressed up is always tempting, and heart shapes somehow make dark chocolate taste that much better (especially when served up with some bubbly).

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