Wearing Lord and Taylor Ruffle Top / Band of Gypsies Dress / Sam Edelman Sandals / Superga Sneakers / Boohoo Swimsuit / Krewe du Optic Sunglasses Shot by Lauren Gould
Posted by The Fashion Philosophy at Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Life, a lot like brunch, is so much better with friends. Recently, Lauren, Cheralee and I, along with Scott Brasher, took American Eagle for a stroll around our beloved Brooklyn; the places where we can hideaway to chit-chat about nothing or everything - life, love, work all gone rogue - you'd better believe that a place to spill all the secrets is only a speed dial away. How many times can you honestly say, you've SOS'd a friend and they've known exactly where to meet you. To share a (bottle of) wine, eat an entire pizza, and remind you how fierce a (girl)friend and woman, you really, really are. Be sure to share your #AEOStyle with us.
Posted by The Fashion Philosophy at Monday, April 25, 2016
I've thought a few times this year about what my Modern Trail means to me; some days it means chasing adventure, running freely toward change and never really looking back. Because looking back means regret and I wouldn't want to waste what I have, in this moment,
Besides, a girl who's properly on-the-run, knows that running free comes with a high price and it sometimes means learning to let go. To me, it means staying resilient and remembering that the sky is always blue
and it ain't a ceiling, at all.
It's possible that chasing my modern trail, really just means setting out to find some things that I already have. Isn't that how it goes? Home, a lot like love, or trying on new jeans is a feeling. And it's always, all-ways just about the feeling, after all.
Go grab Marie Claire's April issue, to keep up with my Modern Trail with Timberland and
get to coloring!
Photographer: Amanda Pratt
Stylist: Laura Michael
Makeup: Willow Mayor
Hair: Enrico Mariotti
Illustration by Samantha Hahn
Posted by The Fashion Philosophy at Wednesday, March 23, 2016
I’ve been at home, nesting. What for, I’m unsure. But there’s something about sitting alone, eating a chocolate, and sharing a bottle of wine with myself that just feels really good. I write in my journal, wake up when I want - which is early, by the way. I don’t know what happened to me, I used to live for sleeping in, depending who it was with. I spent an entire year, pretending to sleep past ten; nothing could pull me out of that bed. Mornings like those are dangerous, but they really are the best, aren’t they?
Except, even though I'd rather chill, for real
I don't know how you feel. . .
Posted by The Fashion Philosophy at Friday, March 18, 2016
I hope this letter finds you in the best of health. As for myself, I'm doing pretty well.
With or without you, I can't get enough.
That's why you're my favorite stuff.
Posted by The Fashion Philosophy at Friday, March 11, 2016