Wednesday, December 31, 2008

A New Year's Present for Yourself

If you can afford this, buy it. I love the structure, and rompers have been "in" for a while but are gaining even more ground. I sigh over its beauty. Just posted on Nasty Gal.

Monday, December 29, 2008

My New Baby

I just purchased this UNBELIEVABLE dress from Indie Cult Vintage. I CANNOT wait until it gets here. I feel guilty, ridiculously extravagant, and selfish. Shit. I've promised myself I'm not going to buy anything at all next semester. We'll see how that goes. 

Monday, December 22, 2008


McQ at La Garconne and Belle Sauvage at Pixie Market

Saturday, December 20, 2008


... everyone loves to hyperventilate over Rachel Comey. I am no exception. This gorgeous dress is from her Resort collection and now at La Garconne.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008


Fremont Apparel's Spring 2009 collection is diviiinnneee. See some of my favourites below...

Perfect model too. 

Monday, December 15, 2008

Friday, December 12, 2008

Monday, December 8, 2008

Just Had To

I know I haven't been posting. I have  whole list of stuff that I want to write about but I'm just so stressed with school!!! Ah!!! However, I saw a little write up of this site in NYLON and it's so amazing I just had to share it with my limited readership. Beautiful beautiful beautiful handmade hair accessories. GO HERE.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Um, Jewelry

So accessories aren't really my "niche", for some reason, I'm really liking bangles (like this Moritz Glik bangle I found at the auto. online store) worn snug on the upper forearm. Trop beau!

Thursday, October 2, 2008

THE Coat for Fall

I freaking LOVE coats with (faux) fur trim collars . They're everywhere too. I know they're around every fall/winter, but for some reason I am getting a "special feeling" about them this year. I'm still searching for one that I like AND (key point) can afford. The one above (A Les Prairies de Paris coat seen at La Garconne) is beautiful, but made with real fur and out of my price range. Sigh.

Friday, September 12, 2008


I know I haven't posted in a while. And to be honest I haven't been eager to post (I've been busy!). But my heart skipped a beat when I saw this Preen jacket and I had to tell someone about it. I don't think the picture does it justice, and though that statement doesn't have any real value since haven't actually seen this jacket in real life, I just know I could rock it, and I can picture myself enveloped in its folds. Mmmm. Encountered at La Garconne.

Friday, August 22, 2008

Over It

Long Halter Dress by T-Bags. Image from

Chiffon Shirt by Diane von Furstenberg. Image from

I hate to be Rachel McAdams in Mean Girls, but sometimes I feel like telling fashion magazines to stop trying to make certain trends happen. Trend #1: casual floor-length dresses. Fashion editors have been shoving this silhouette down my throat for ages. A few people can pull it off, but I really don't understand how anyone finds this style flattering. Fashion editors need to be honest with themselves and their readers; the only people who can actually rock this dress are women who were hippies in the 60s, still live on a co-op or somewhere in India, and like to share amusing and surprisingly insightful new-agey advice with anyone they come into contact with. Trend #2: art prints. As I was reading the September issue of InStyle, I suffered from a mild episode of deja vu. The only explanation for this irritating sensation was the "Clothes We Love" article that listed garments fashioned in art print fabrics as worthy of adoration. I swear I've been seeing this trend listed in fashion magazines as one that should be taking off soon for over a year, and I just can't wrap my little brain around the reasoning behind this redundant prediction. When looking at these so-called "art prints," Benjamin is the only person that comes to mind: art reproduced on fabric is deprived of its aura and can only be classified as kitsch. Just because Rodarte is doing something doesn't mean you should too.

...And I'm done.

Saturday, August 16, 2008


Alright. Hats of all sorts have clearly been the "it" accessory this summer, and I'm a sucker for this trend. I also believe it will be around for a while. As far as I'm concerned, Eugenia Kim has had the monopoly on this market thus far. But browsing La Garconne today I discovered a designer called Victor Osborne for whom I have already fallen head-over-heels. He even worked for Eugenia Kim once upon a time. He and his partner Zachary Barnett create ridiculously extravagant (and, therefore, amazing) styles, as well as wearable ones (such as the Ruffle Cloche hat pictured on the bottom that is now available for pre-order on, or not, since it seems to have sold out as I was writing this post [!!!]). Custom hats are also an option. Visit his website or his store at 364 Leonard Street in Brooklyn.

So Prrr-etty

This Vena Cava Zenith Dress is feminine, bohemian, and subtly sexy (i.e. perfect). And, it could definitely work in both summer (worn alone with some heels and delicate jewelry maybe) and winter (belted with some dark stockings and a cardigan perhaps). From La Garconne

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Newly Bookmarked

Risto Bimbiloski is my current obsession. His chunky pieces are so so perfect, and look comfy too! Check him out! Pictured: my personal favourites from his Autumn/Winter 2008 collection. 

Friday, August 8, 2008

Mmmm. Boots.

Top: Golden Goose Charlyle Boots (Totokaelo).
Bottom: Belle by Sigerson Morrison Suede Moccasin Boots (

Monday, August 4, 2008

I Covet Covet Covet Covet

I really love this Y's by Yohji Yamamoto Cross-Check Stole in black and white. Of course, by the time I decided it was worth the money, it was sold out on the only I site I know that it exists on (Totokaelo). My taste is just that good. Just kidding. But if you know any other places I can buy it, let me know. 

Saturday, July 26, 2008


So I'm sure everyone knows by now that latex leggings are the style of the moment, and they should be gaining momentum into the Fall. They also probably won't be sticking (no pun intended) around for long, so get away with them while you can! I just bought this pair by Kova & T from

Friday, July 25, 2008

Prep School Fashion

Do you remember the blazer mania that erupted 7 or 8 years ago? I predict a return this fall. And while I am slightly disturbed that this trend may be a result of Gossip Girl, I'm still a fan. Look for shrunken wool blazers or tuxedo jackets in black or navy. Pictured: J Crew Wool Hacking Jacket (the jacket I would buy if there were any left in my size), Lux Little Brother Blazer (the jacket I recently purchased, available at Urban Outfitters).

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Looking for...

I am in the market for some medium brown, platform sandals to wear with my high-waisted bell-bottoms. Barbara Bui has made them, but, alas, they are sold out at AND in the Barbara Bui store in Soho in my size. I have scoured the Internet, and come up with nothing that satisfies my desire. Help me out!