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spring rtw 2011: the trench

29 Sep

Runways across the world have featured the classically chic outerwear known simply as the trench. Hemlines range from mini to ankle and most designers stayed withinin the neutral solids of khaki and white, and stayed true to the classic understated glam that the trench is synonymous with. Except, of course, for Burberry. NOBODY does a trench quite like Burberry…studded shoulders and corset belts? Yes please.


Alberta Ferretti

Dries van Noten


Salvatore Ferragamo

and for the most incredible coats…Burberry:

can I just say I’m obsessed with the fact that the second Burberry model is barefoot? Perhaps a wardrobe malfunction took place but I think bare feet with a studded trench is simply divine. I’m seriously tempted to find a inexpensive trench and try to spike up the shoulders.

For more budget-friendly version, check out:

Old Navy, $49.50, available in khaki, black, navy, and a very fun bright green,

Forever 21 Twelve by Twelve, $44,

Zara Canvas Trenchcoat, $99.90,

Several styles also available at, and

Happy Shopping and Stay Warm! xo


preppy meets sexy: nyfw michael kors

15 Sep

I looooove crisp, bright, preppy clothes. For daytime. When the sun sets and the drinks start flowing, you need something that moves with you. Michael Kors latest collection is the best of both worlds. Slinky fabrics and up-to-there slits, ahhh I am in heaven with this collection! And no matter what the cut or color (hello fuschia and canary yellow!), fabric that isn’t flowing in the wind is tightly fastened to the body with neutral accessories–typical Michael Kors. Which is why I believe he is a genius. PERFECTO!!!

nyfw: tommy hilfiger brings preppy back

13 Sep

Tommy Hilfiger continues to move further and further away from his old tricks (ahem-Tommy logo’ed knee high socks anyone!)  to convey his vision of American style through chic staples. The shirtdress? To die! …But is it paired with wedge boat shoes?? Hard to tell from that angle. Regardless, bravo, TH!

tommy hilfiger spring 2011

tommy hilfiger spring 2011 runway

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easy does it: omelettes 101

13 Sep

Every girl (and guy for that matter) should know how to make the perfect omelette. Why, you ask? Because it’s unbelievably EASY and because people love them. So next time you host your friends, family, or significant other…whip up some omelettes!

For this recipe, I used:

 4 eggs (with a dash of nonfat organic milk mixed in, for fluffiness)

2 pieces of salami

1 roma tomato

1/8th of a white onion

2 pieces of ham, shredded

1/4th of a large polska sausage link

2 slices jarlsberg lite cheese

make things easier on yourself by prepping your toppings prior to even cracking the eggs open

pour the eggs into a large skillet (i sprinkled in some pepper…i love pepper). Let this cook a few minutes on high. You’ll see it bubble up some–I poke these down with a fork to ensure everything cooks all the way through. Pick up the pan after it starts bubbling and swirl the batter so it sticks to the sides of the pan. This is very important–this is how you will peel the omelette from the pan and fold it at the end.

add all the toppings into one side of the omelette. Let it cook about 1 minute and a half, and you notice the opposite side egg start to peel away from the skillet, grab a fork and spatula and carefully pick it up and throw it over the toppings (I messed this up like the first 5 times I tried it…so dont feel bad)

and voila! serve immediately. As you can see, I like so many toppings that mine kinda splits open anyway. Who cares! You’re going to eat it anyway. I often pour a little hot sauce on it so then you really can’t see its imperfections.

Best complimented with a rainy day and mimosas.

And also, you can see a 4 egg omelette comfortably serves 2.

dare to dream

17 Aug

Some items that I melt over…

Acne wedge boots, $600

Diane von furstenberg silk blend sweatpants, $185

Betsey Johnson pink polycarbonate watch, $69

Alice + Olivia wrap dress, $265

Bird by Juicy Couture striped blazer, $300


Michael Kors checkered trenchcoat, $756

Diane von furstenberg draped grey dress, $495

It’s almost like a grown-up Christmas list…. 🙂

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