From Fashion Week to SavvyChic

My footsteps echoed against the cobblestone streets of London’s Covent Garden in my nude Mary Jane flats at 7:20 a.m. on a Sunday morning. It was February, the sky was covered by a cloud blanket and the streets were empty and quiet, save for my footsteps and the rapid beat of my heart. Today was […]

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Style in Santorini

If heaven on earth exists, it would be Oia in Santorini, Greece. There’s no place like it. When you’re in Santorini, it feels as if the world doesn’t exist. All that is left is the island of Oia—a paradise, an escape. Surrounding you are charming shops (including an underground bookstore I absolutely fell in love […]

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Kristin in Kensington

The streets of London are like a personified magazine; as I walk the streets of South Kensington, I feel as if I am a part of a British Vogue spread. The scenery as well as the people of London consistently evoke style inspiration. Specifically in South Kensington, there are streets of white and pristine Victorian […]

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Belle-Bounding: Disneyland Style

Disneyland, a place that is not “a little town” or “quiet village.” “Every day” is certainly not “like the one before.” Therefore, you don’t have to dress like you do “Every day like the one before.” You aren’t expected to be “provincial,” shoot for the exceptional and do a little something called “Disney Bounding.” As […]

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Style in the Springs: Palm Springs That Is!

Sometimes, adventures are only a car ride away. California is full of uniquely cool locations to visit, and Palm Springs happens to be one of them! While Palm Springs is a desert, it is no dry place to visit from an entertainment perspective! Whether tourists escape to this vacation spot to lounge their troubles away […]

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Out With the New, In With the Old

Thrifting is one of my favorite ways to shop because it’s a treasure hunt. None of the clothes are ever the same because rather than being mass-produced, they’re handpicked by storeowners, or in other words “chosen.” Before they were displayed in the store, these clothing items were worn by another person—sometimes even from a different […]

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Attire as Art

I cannot put my finger on what it is about art that is so captivating. Maybe it’s the way an array of emotions can be captured in a single painting or sculpture. Or maybe it’s the way the same piece of art can mean different things to different people, of various time periods, races, and […]

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