A Wild Child in a 1940s Silhouette

Everyone has a wild side no matter how docile we think we are, and I say this with experience because, for the most part, I'm a pretty introverted person. I wasn't always this way, in fact I used to be quite the extrovert and every once in a while I like to embrace that side [...]

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Swirls of Sherbert, Tulips, and Spring Fever

I don't think I've ever experienced a spring as nonexistent as this one. There have been a few days that felt like spring was on the horizon, only to return to temperatures in the 30s and dash all our hopes for warmer weather. If you're in the northeast, as I am, I'm sure you're experiencing [...]

Goody, Goody Gum Drops and a 1950s Wrap Dress

Change is definitely in the air here in Boston: spring is finally beginning to bloom and my fiancé and I have started new careers this week. To me, there is nothing better than new beginnings- you can completely reinvent yourself, and for me that means new additions to my wardrobe. So what better way to [...]

A Red Dress, White Flowers, and Black Polka Dots

I think it's safe to say that I love the color red. Red lipstick, red nail polish, red accessories- you name it, I love it. But for some reason, there's a lack of this darling color in my wardrobe, and with spring around the corner it's about time I incorporated more of it into my [...]

Spring Fever, High Necklines, and Florals

It's finally beginning to feel like spring with temperatures in the mid-forties and clear skies each day, and this little lady could not feel more alive. With this weather comes more adventures into the city and more opportunities to show off my ever-growing spring wardrobe. So when the opportunity presented itself to don this beautiful [...]

Summer Loving, Fashion History and a Classic Patio Set

Patio Dresses scream summer with their colorful fabrics, intricate trimming and free-flowing skirts, and as this beautiful season is coming to an end, I'll be embracing each and every drop of sun in this stunning outfit from Lady K Loves. Disclaimer: this post contains a historically derogatory term that may render readers uncomfortable. This post [...]

Peach Colored Roses, Vintage Shoes, and a Cocktail Dress

I find it difficult to pinpoint a specific actress from the Golden Age of Hollywood who opened my eyes to the glamorous aesthetic of fashion at that time. That being said, one of the women who's closet I've undoubtedly wanted to travel back in time to is Grace Kelly. Not only was she exquisite in [...]