True story: Anna Wintour presented herself to me for questions, I froze, became a hollow piñata of a person, and indicated, by way of a blank look in my eyes paired with a tight pursed lip, that she should move along down the line to the next interviewer.
Wallpaper is the inspo for this outfit, in which I match my monokini to my Sonix iPhone case in an attempt to look like the now infamous interiors of the Beverly Hills Hotel, or, more locally for me in this post, The Colony Hotel in Palm Beach.
While #GIRLBOSS is a great, compelling, kinda enjoyable read, it, like the television show Friends or Dunkin Donuts coffee, isn’t actually very good, when you really think about it...
Funny story about this bodysuit: I tried on this T by Alexander Wang bodysuit at Neiman Marcus during at shopping trip with my mom, and although I expected her to clutch her pearls and beseech me to cover myself up for the love of all things holy (although to be fair, my mom isn’t really like that, nor does she wear pearls), but she absolutely loved it, as did I.
The superlative title of this post isn't just me bragging - it's the apropos name of Boston dress rental shoppe Best Dressed, which graciously sent the Bostonista and I packing to Palm Beach with a suitcase full of frocks like this beautiful Eliza J. number, perfect for romping around The Breakers on a Sunday afternoon. I have to admit, I've never "done" dress-rental before, but I can already see how it'll allow me to make more adventurous formal wear choices without having to think too much about "practicality." (Ugh.)