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Charles James at The Met

Charles James at The Met


This summer, for the low, low price of whatever you wanted to donate and the judgement of the cashier  you could wander among Charles James’ collection of female-less feminine silhouettes a The Met. These dresses stood like statues.  An ode to a sartorial stature and attention to construction that gets lost in the day of fads and Forever 21. This is not throwaway fashion.

Which is why his…

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New York City Sartorial Stalking

New York City Sartorial Stalking


In the lull after NYFWseason, I thought it fitting to pay tribute to the most sartorially inclined city in North America. (Sorry LA). Traditionally called street style, as most of these shots involved following a well dressed person for some time before gathering the balls to ask them to pose, I’m deeming this post “Sartorial Stalking.” Because, well, taking a full frontal is nerve racking (even…

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Sweater: Trift
Skinnies: Delia’s
ombats: Steve Madden

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NYFW 2014: 60s Revival

Flares are trickling back into fall denim, and with stylists pairing bell bottoms with tunics and floppy felt hats for autumn and winter, it’s easy to see late 60s revival on the spring, summer horizon.

ootd: How to Style Mom Jeans

ootd: How to Style Mom Jeans


I’m a toddler of the 90s, and these jeans are a perfect dupe for the ones I clung to as a child, probably while simultaneously drooling and testing out the word “mommy.”  I’m rocking mom jeans at 21, and excluding the occasional food baby — sans kids.



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This is My New York

This is My New York


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For really to think about someone means thinking about that person every minute of the day, without letting one’s thoughts be diverted by anything—by meals, by a fly that settles on one’s cheek, by household duties, or by a sudden itch somewhere. But there are always flies and itches. That’s why life is difficult to live.

— Albert Camus, The Plague (via feellng)

People living deeply have no fear of death.

— Anaïs Nin (via observando)

I have lost and loved and won and cried myself to the person I am today.

— Charlotte Eriksson, Empty Roads & Broken Bottles; in search for The Great Perhaps (via wordsnquotes)