If this doesn't make you move I don't know what will.


I've found my new fashion inspiration, Atlantic-Pacific.

This girl has a sick sense of style. She knows how to combine high and low pieces to make to die for outfits. And she definitely has a knack for accessories.

Thanks so much to Ruby Press for the find.

Check out her "rules for accessorizing"

1. Accessories don’t always have to complete or compliment the outfit, they can often be the outfit.

Play with proportions- mix a statement necklace with multiple delicate necklaces or one large, chunky bangle with a handful of thin ones to create depth.

3. To build a collection that is well rounded,
accumulate pieces, don’t simply buy out of need. Also remember that accessories can be more versatile than you think- your favorite brooch may become your favorite necklace or your staple necklace could become your new accent bracelet.

Invest in the classics. Even if you are an of-the-moment trend dresser, invest in a few key accessories that can be the base to many looks in your closet.

5. Remember these are my rules…so have fun and
create your own fabulous set.


Music Monday

The latest Kitsuné compilation, Kitsuné Parisien. Great playlist for the Spring.

Download the mini mix here.



I don't think a lady can ever have too many black dresses. Every woman should have the perfect little black dress as they are one of the most versatile pieces you can have in your wardrobe. Dress them up, dress them down, accessorize them or wear them plain. You really can't go wrong.

So, I'm completely mad over everything EmersonMade. creates. I want every single item and would wear every single item (which I don't know if I could say about many other brands.) Every piece they carry is classic, clothing that won't go out of style next season or items you will regret a few months down the road (tweed jacket, silk blouse, striped sailor shirt to name a few.) The styling is also something to take note of since it's always cleverly done (check out the photos). I should seriously be their intern since I'm so enthralled with the brand.

But I am completely smitten with this dress. This is more on the casual side of the LBD but it's still beyond perfect. The modern silhouette (hence the name 'Mod') with the delicate brass rivets and pockets (which are SO important for dresses!) make this one such a classic and easy piece to wear. Wouldn't it be great paired with this Clare Vivier bag and these sandals for an afternoon lunch date?

It's on my Spring shopping list.

(Book via Amazon, dress via EmersonMade.)



Abstract Gardens

These lovely paintings (by
Yolanda Sanchez) are a wonderful reminder that spring is just around the corner.

(via Black Eiffel)


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