So into these two shirts. Plaid shirts are a must-have piece for fall (that f-word, sorry!) that I definitely want to try. The pajama shirt is just cool. It is the embodiment of laid-back (read: sleepy) chic. I'm not fussy with styling; a half-tuck into a great jean and I'm done. Easy peasy.
You all know the Carrie necklace. The instantly recognizable piece of bling will forever be synonymous with the stylish, witty, flawed-but-relatable, fiercely loyal friend (and New Yorker) that is Sex and the City's Carrie Bradshaw.
The kind people at Onecklace recently sent me my very own Carrie (um, Ashley?) necklace. Mine is the Carrie Name Necklace in 24 k gold plated with a 20" chain. I wear it with everything; not unlike Carrie herself who sported hers in casual and dressier looks with equal aplomb. That's the beauty about this necklace, it can be paired with a t shirt and jeans or with a summery floral dress and always looks cool.
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"...the most exciting, challenging and significant relationship of
all is the one you have with yourself. And if you can find someone to
love the you you love, well, that's just fabulous." -CB
I have a thing for a good longline coat, and Raf Simons does a damn good longline coat (inspiration derived from the Edwardian era, no less); they're so timelessly elegant. But, essentially every piece in this collection could be described in the same manner, as long as you make sure to include "light" and "modern" in the description as well because the clothes were that, too.
Nothing screams "summer!" more than a pair of vintage Levi's cutoffs. Super versatile and classic, they're the perfect piece to add to your June-July-August-and some of September wardrobe. To DIY your own pair, check out WhoWhatWear's tutorial, How to Make the Perfect Cutoffs.
Moroccan rugs add such an interesting element to a room. Traditionally, Moroccan rugs have been woven by tribal peoples for their utility rather than for decorative purposes (typically used as bedding in the winter months). The above two photos show beautiful examples of the rugs of the Beni Ourain tribe of Morocco's Atlas Mountains. This tribe's rugs are usually heavy cream or white pile with geometric designs and are hugely popular in the West.