Slip On

My version of the Little Black Dress is the opposite of what one normally wants in the go-to staple. My version is borderline Amish, definitely not bodycon, and especially no emphasis on cleavage or the behind.

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Of course I am not worried about intimidating men. The type of man who will be intimidated by me is exactly the type of man I have no interest in.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Rock the Boat

The last time I owned a pair of platform sandals was 1994, and I couldn’t be more thrilled that they’ve made their way back into my closet. I fell in love with this pair of Loeffler Randall suede sandals because they’re retro yet minimalist, which makes them work with pretty much everything in my closet.

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Groove Thing

Maybe it’s the blooming tulips all over NYC or the Austin Powers fan in me, but when I saw this groovy Tory Burch top, I instantly caught spring fever. The patterns are reminiscent of 70s wallpaper, and the little buttons on the cuff are a flower child’s dream.

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Neoclassical

One of the things I love about my job is that I get to dress casual to work every day, not just Fridays. Sometimes this means ripped jeans and a t-shirt, while other times, I step it up with a dress and some heels.

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The idea that the future is unpredictable is undermined everyday by the ease with which the past is explained.

Thinking, Fast and Slow, Daniel Kahneman

Salt & Pepper

Regardless of the season, the minimalist in me is always drawn to the simplicity of black and white. I love that when the two achromatic colors are combined, the results can be anywhere from rock ‘n’ roll to uptown chic.

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Tad Bit Tomboy

Spring is finally in the air, so I decided to take Frankie out for an extra long walk in Riverside Park last weekend. I wore my favorite J.W. Anderson sweater and spanking new (and super white ✨) Converse sneakers with some old reliable silk pants.

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