How to Do ‘Couture’ Off the Runway

Ah couture…the most transformative form of clothing to exist! A couturier uses needle as its pen, thread as its ink to weave together a story—a fairytale if you will— that wakes up that part of humanity that craves beauty and majesty in a world that can feel oftentimes mundane. The problem with fairytales is that […]

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The Classic Cape Look

Every girl needs a cape in her wardrobe. Why, you may ask? Because women are superheroes and need a fashionable way of showing it (shout out to the Women’s March today because women’s equality is very near and dear to my heart)! A cape in my mind represents an accomplished, put together woman who is […]

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Florever French: Fashion at Cafe de Flore

“Paris holds the key to her heart,” are some lyrics from one of my all time favorite films, “Anastasia.” The song expresses the desires of a foreigner in awe of all the wonders Paris has to offer her. And how can a foreigner not give their heart over willingly to Paris? As an American with […]

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Ravishing Roses

There’s something hopelessly captivating about roses. Unlike most flowers like the daisy or sunflower that is opened up for all to see, a rose is filled with layers of mystery. These layers of mystery seem to protect its center, a chamber of identity that it only reveals under certain levels of light. If a rose […]

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Blue Jeans

In the words of Lauren Conrad, blue jeans and a white Tshirt are the “American Uniform.” The famous actor James Dean established this “dress code” back in the fifties, but the trend is so timeless that it can still be worn today! I decided to channel in my inner James Dean and make this simple […]

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