{Wearing: Zara wide-leg pants, Free People silky crop tank, Indie Twenty necklace and ring, Born in California mules} Wide-leg pants: the chic-est sweatpant known to womankind. They are the elusive cool kid of clothing. On one hand, they say “What figure?” but in another way, they practically embody Betsey Johnson’s quote of how girls don’t dress for boys, they dress for themselves. I always respected the gaucho-like pant but never desired to integrate a pair… View Post

[Wearing: Zara dress, Free People crop tank, Sam Edelman booties, thrifted neck scarf, Indie Twenty jewelry, Target sunglasses] Fundamentally, my personal style generally remains the same. I gravitate toward the same things I always have, like a good bohemian twist to an otherwise classic outfit, timeless silhouettes and bagginess. The whole “boyfriend fit” trend saves from a lot of thrift store searching in a pinch. From season to season and year to year, subtle changes… View Post

{Necklaces by Indie Twenty, jacket from Anna Grace, top + pants + mules from Urban Outfitters, pin from Penzey’s Spices, sunglasses from Shoefly Buffalo} I visited the most beautiful place on earth and my wonderful boyfriend took a bunch of pictures (without even complaining, proud of u) so there is an influx of photos in this post, be warned. Saturday in Buffalo reached 50 degrees so of course, I cranked out of my shoulder-baring shirt… View Post

Whether it’s rotating between my favorite coffee shops in Buffalo these days, or back in high school when I’d ask my Dad to take me to the nearest cafe in Medina (looking at you, Shirt Factory,) cafes are my go-to home away from home to simultaneously get work done and relax. Sipping on a cup of coffee or a sugary vanilla latte if I feel like treating myself (I usually do,) listening to some Norah… View Post

Better late than never right? The smell of mulled wine in the air, string lights twinkling between the buildings in Toronto’s Distillery District, well-dressed (and bundled) Canadian couples walking hand in hand. In December, a few weeks before Christmas, Dan and I drove up to Toronto for their annual Christmas Market. Neither of us had ever been before and I hadn’t even heard of it, but our friend Lucy told us about it and after… View Post