sporty vs. sweet, part 2: how a two-piece outfit yields opposite vibes

sporty vs. sweet, part 2: how a two-piece outfit yields opposite vibes

if you peeped part 1 of this post, you got to see the top half of this two-piece collaboration with rosegal featured in a super sporty style that had ‘downtown brooklyn’ written all over it. today, i want you to see the bottom half — a piece that’s totally unexpected — styled in true ‘brooklyn heights’ cobblestone fashion. it’s the sweetest, most sweatery skirt you’ll own: and it’s worth every penny! Continue reading “sporty vs. sweet, part 2: how a two-piece outfit yields opposite vibes”

sporty vs. sweet, part 1: how a two-piece outfit yields opposite vibes

sporty vs. sweet, part 1: how a two-piece outfit yields opposite vibes

in my latest collaboration with rosegal, i’m featuring a two-piece outfit (#sponsored) worn separately — and the results are crazy different!  Continue reading “sporty vs. sweet, part 1: how a two-piece outfit yields opposite vibes”

pick of the patch: the coziest longline cardigan for fall ’17!

pick of the patch: the coziest longline cardigan for fall ’17!

it was misting the entire morning that we spent at the alstede farms pumpkin patch. as you may have seen in an earlier entry, the skies wound up clearing and the sun made a brief appearance later in the day – but not before leaving us all damp and sticky. but no matter the weather, fall pumpkin picking is something i look forward to every year, and i always enjoy dressing for the occasion. Continue reading “pick of the patch: the coziest longline cardigan for fall ’17!”

bringing some sun to alstede farms

bringing some sun to alstede farms

this past weekend i spent a day pupkin picking at alstede farms in chester, nj. i was super excited to take photos in my fun fall look – but half the morning was gray and misty. we casually walked the grounds (in slight disappointment) – and when we reached the sunflower field – the skies cleared and it was “go time”! Continue reading “bringing some sun to alstede farms”