Krischic at Kenwood [House]

And so the London saga continues… the next setting: Kenwood House. Located in Hampstead Heath, this Georgian abode that was home to William Murray, First Earl of Mansfield according to The Telegraph, is an enchanting estate. Each room is filled with life-like portraits of bygone aristocrats and royals in all their historic finery. But theContinue reading “Krischic at Kenwood [House]”

Kristin in Kensington II: A Fashionable Guide to South Kensington, London

I recall Part I of this saga quite fondly: it was two years ago when I embarked on my year abroad—my first time in London in my entire life. Little did I know the impression this city would leave on me. It drew me in with its marriage of old and new: its endless museumsContinue reading “Kristin in Kensington II: A Fashionable Guide to South Kensington, London”

Postcards From San Francisco

As far as I’m concerned, no time period is ever out of fashion. In fact, I sometimes live life through not only rose-tinted glasses—but sepia tinted ones too. That’s why in today’s post at the 20th Century Café in San Francisco, I tinted the photos to match what I personally see when walking through SanContinue reading “Postcards From San Francisco”

Keeping it Krisheik: Jordan Part 3

Sheik: “an Arab chief, ruler, or prince”(ss) –Merriam Webster Dictionary Krisheik: A fashionable trendsetter who travelled to the Arabic country of Jordan, and was called a Jordanian princess by her friends while wearing a headscarf. Another day in Jordan evoked all of my senses. I should have known it to be true the second IContinue reading “Keeping it Krisheik: Jordan Part 3”

San Fran Style

I’ve not only left my heart in San Francisco, but my heart practically lives in San Francisco and may never come back. Next to London, San Francisco is my favorite city of all time. Since childhood, I have visited that city time and time again, always discovering something more new, more intriguing. And as usual,Continue reading “San Fran Style”

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 VictorianContinue reading “Kristin in Kensington”

Retrobe (Retro Wardrobe)

Here’s something I’ve discovered about my personal sense of style. It is pretty classic, but sometimes I’m willing to get a little gutsy with my look. If that means wearing an outfit that can either be taken as super trendy and unique or be borderline grandma, I’m more than okay with it. Sure I drinkContinue reading “Retrobe (Retro Wardrobe)”