How to wear: Regencycore | The Chic List

To quote Duke Simon Basset: “to have a beautiful wardrobe is one thing, but to wear your best outfit in the most beautiful of wardrobes is something entirely apart.” Okay, maybe he did not quite utter those words, but close enough, right? I’m about to share with you some outfit editorials that would be theContinue reading “How to wear: Regencycore | The Chic List”

Christmas in the Krischic Crib – The Chic List

I’ll not be home for Christmas…you can count on it. I’ll be home for Christmas, if only in my dreams this year. That is the reality of being an on-camera journalist. Sometimes, you must work holidays so that your viewers who are home for Christmas have something festive on their television screens to enjoy! MyContinue reading “Christmas in the Krischic Crib – The Chic List”

Silver Belle: Winter Wear Inspired by Little Women

Jo March of Little Women once said that she likes “good strong words that mean something,” and as a journalist and blogger, I have to say that I resonate strongly with the sentiment. That’s why when I sit at the keyboard and prepare to type up a blog post for you all, I put pressureContinue reading “Silver Belle: Winter Wear Inspired by Little Women”

Midnight in Beverly Hills

A cobblestone street dotted with lampposts enchants me. This strip lies at the center of the luxury fashion flagships that lines downtown Beverly hills and attracts visitors from all around the world every single day. As I walk past those well-curated shop windows and step onto the cobblestones with my floral open-toed heels, the windContinue reading “Midnight in Beverly Hills”

The Dressing Guide to Parties in LA: Keeping Up with Krischic

Entertainment news like all news never sleeps, so neither do I. It is true what they say: there is always something happening in LA. Every. Single. Night. Especially when your profession is entertainment, these events and parties become a part of your weekly schedule. I’m an adventurous spirit, so I find playing Tetris with myContinue reading “The Dressing Guide to Parties in LA: Keeping Up with Krischic”

LA Fashion Week Day 1: Naeem Khan and the Walter Collection

I traded the red carpet for the runway during my LA Fashion Week debut. The entertainment world and the fashion world are more alike than onlookers may expect: designers are just as dedicated to their craft of telling narratives through needle and thread as film directors are through the lens of a camera. And whenContinue reading “LA Fashion Week Day 1: Naeem Khan and the Walter Collection”

Castles and Clothes: How To Dress for Hearst Castle

California has its own archaic gems to share—one need only seek the old-world magic to find it. I thought it was about time to bring these photos from Hearst Castle out of the Krischic archives to spark a little inspiration before heading into another work-week! Sometimes, I am so on the go with graduate school,Continue reading “Castles and Clothes: How To Dress for Hearst Castle”

Keeping Up With Krischic: Revolve, The RealReal, Emmy Nominated Costume Design, and A Fashion Conference

To all my forward thinkers with vintage souls, chicsters, whatever you would like to call yourselves when visiting my site: I have a new little segment for you to keep you up-to-date with the fun things happening in my life! Last week was one of those weeks that felt too surreal to be real, butContinue reading “Keeping Up With Krischic: Revolve, The RealReal, Emmy Nominated Costume Design, and A Fashion Conference”

Vintage and Vele: The Chic, Ethical Bag You Need Right Now

There is a common misconception that that fashionistas are women obsessed with dressing well for the mere goal of looking good. But fashion is more than the elevation of aesthetic: it can be used as a force for positive change.   This is the vision of Vele, a travel accessories brand that marries chic withContinue reading “Vintage and Vele: The Chic, Ethical Bag You Need Right Now”

Everyone Has a Story — This is Mine

Whenever I describe to people why I chose journalism as my major, I say it’s because it’s an introverted-extrovert’s job. I have a love affair with telling stories. I love seeing a person’s face light up when they are orating something they are deeply passionate about, or an anecdote of their past that has shapedContinue reading “Everyone Has a Story — This is Mine”