Should I have a uniform? and other thoughts on the article “The Divine Art of Uniform Dressing.”
Growing older, I’ve found the distinction between my clothes in “town” (aka Manhattan) and my clothes at home in the “country” (aka the much less populated suburb of Long Island where we currently live) to be more defined than in the past.
After wearing uniforms for years in school, it’s no wonder that I still find myself gravitating towards the same sort of things over and over.
Ten pieces on my list for a perfect spring wardrobe.
Five classic clothing stores for children.
What’s in Your Closet? with Melissa Smrekar!
Something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately is the assumption that form and function are, in many cases, mutually exclusive. I don’t think that’s the case at all; I think that the ideal item of clothing is one that combines both.
My friend Alice asked me if I’d written about jewelry yet, and I had to admit I hadn’t. She suggested I write about how to
If you are shopping the Ann Mashburn sale, here are ten things I own, love, and wholeheartedly recommend.
(A note: I realize that this is the exact type of post I plan to avoid reading during my no-shopping month. However, the purpose behind this blog is highlighting incorporating fewer but better things into your life, and I’ve been very happy with all of my purchases from Ann Mashburn (and I’ve been a customer for a decade now!) If you are planning to shop this sale, these are all things that I own, some in multiples, and have found to meet my criteria for items I want to keep in my closet!)
The first week of January is over, and I’m sharing an update on no-shop January!