The one thing that I CONSISTENTLY see every year around the holiday season is gift guides for men promoting products that are either impractical or tied to the old-school gender stereotypes: gift him a power drill, or a wallet, or a corkscrew ... This huge disconnect between men's current
Chunky sweaters, cozy coats and oversized scarfs.... That's what I love about the cooler seasons. I also love rich brown outfits and suede but also neutral outfits, which can be the perfect canvas for a statement bag or shoe. In today's post, I am going to address just that: how to style monochrome and
I can't say that I am fully winter or fall - ready, but I did stock up on some sweaters and ... vegan leather pants, that I thought, offered some classic yet cool styling possibilities. So, in today's post, I will talk about how to effortlessly turn leather pants into a classic
I love New York city and travel there whenever the opportunity arises... or I make it arise it :-). It is no secret though that for non-locals staying in New York can turn into a costly venture very very quickly. Today, I'll share with you my latest secret on how to stay in New York at one of the newest and chicest places that also happens to be quite affordable.
love summer and if it it were for me, summer would be the only season in a year :-). However, as much as I adore this season, this is precisely the time when I take extra care of my skin. Besides the scorching sun, we also get a lot of humidity in the DC area. So, how do I care for my skin in this capricious sunshine season?
I have been meaning to share with you a dear-to--my-heart secret: my last month's visit to Lerici and Tellaro in Italy. I have never really fallen in love with a place before, but his time, when I left Italy, I felt a sense of regret and longing for that place. I was so moved by my stay there and I realized that I miss it... It feels like months have passed since and I have a nostalgic sense of longing for that place where I felt so connected with the nature and beauty around me, and so at peace.