This time of year basically every outfit consists of at least two separate layers. From walking to work when it’s 32 degrees to then being in a warm office, it’s so hard to dress for the temperature. So I usually just put on a bunch of layers to do the trick.
For today’s post I want to talk about work outfits to wear when it snows. It’s only snowed once here in NYC so far this year but when it did I realized I hadn’t thought of any work outfits to wear when it snows. Especially since my commute is a 20 minute walk door to
I’ve decided to start a new series here that I’m really excited about. This series will focus on highlighting and sharing ethical brands you may or may not have heard of before.
Last Saturday I travelled to D.C. to attend my bridal shower. I had a beautiful time with all my family and friends in one room. I couldn’t have asked for a better time. The most challenging part however about having my bridal shower, besides curating a gift registry, was choosing winter bridal shower outfit as the bride.
With the holidays right around the corner, I decided to put together a quick holiday gift guide. I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about what to get other people as well as ask what I want for myself. You can ever go wrong with wardrobe staples and things you would buy for yourself