All tagged Boston
This is my kind of top; it's got structure, and the silhouette is all about strong shoulders. It's the right length, too. Don't get me wrong, I'm all about crop tops when the mood strikes, but I hate that middle-ground -- too short to tuck in or wear as a crop but too long as to almost infringe on tunic territory. As if! Like Goldilocks' quest for perfection, this tank isn't too short; it isn't too long; it's just right.
In celebration of the still-glorious weather, I practically live in (hey, when I love, I love hard) this Joie sundress that I scored at Nordstrom.
It's still warm out now, but I'm already imagining pairing this with a blazer or layering it under chunky wool sweaters for a pop of color as the temperatures drop. Because that's another great thing about September; the wholehearted, well-meaning belief that cold weather is your fashion friend.
Summertime strolling in the Boston Commons. For this casual afternoon look, I opted for chic sportif in a breezy Hawaiian print tank top, track pants that are kicked up a notch with a leather waistband, and a tropical baseball cap to keep the sun in check - and my hair in place.
Alexa Buckley and Sarah Pierson, founders of Margaux. a newly-launched line of custom, made-to-measure ballet flats, spent four years at Harvard before making the move to NYC to start their company. For these ballet-flat-loving beauties, the future is bright and the cocktails are hard-earned. See where the ladies love to eat, shop and play in both cities.
I tend to wear yoga pants like, a lot. But I can safely say I'm equally at home in a silk dress, even if it's just for an impromptu stroll through the South End. Although I'm just real-estate gawking and stoop-sitting this weekend, I can't wait to take this dress out for a summer wedding, baby shower, or rooftop cocktail party.
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication," said Leonardo da Vinci, but you don't need to tell designer Gina deWolfe that. Earlier this year, she launched her eponymous line, deWolfe, opening with the Wolfepack, a sleek, no-frills leather backpack-satchel.
When I wear black and white, I tend to go all the way, right down to the sandals. Here's what I wore for a casual stroll along Charles Street (and some pastry-stalking at Tatte bakery).
Boston and its neighboring suburbs are made up of an incredibly diverse population. With new residents seeking style, the city's fashion and retail landscapes have shifted to accomodate them, and changes are evident in both street-style and brick-and-mortar developments alike.
You wanna know where I'll be this summer? Check The Verb Hotel. The former Howard Johnson space has been majorly upgraded with a rock 'n roll twist, and is quite literally seeped in music, and its memorabilia.
Fashion and lifestyle bloggers have become a major force in the industry. With strong business ethics rooted in genuine passion, curiosity, and a little tech know-how, they've proven that they are here to stay.
I channeled Margot Tenenbaum's style for this quintessentially Spring look from LOFT - a crisp white shirtdress and an equally crisp army jacket in olive. A flowery fabric headband added just a tiny bit of color to the otherwise muted palette, which also included a gray belt and matching sneakers.
Even though the name sounds breezy, Flywheel is hard. It's dark, and loud, and competitive, and the only person that knows if you're coasting along or actually pushing yourself is - you guessed it - you. And it's one of the best workouts you'll have.
One of Boston's best bag designers just so happens to also be one of Boston's best interior designers. Meichi Peng has been doing it all for over a decade now, from her perch in Boston's arts-centric SoWa.
It's the only "Shades of something" that's actually worth seeing...Boston Ballet's Shades of Sound opened last week, presenting Chroma, Episodes, and Black Cake along with one of the largest orchestras that the Boston Opera House has had in its history.
Between winter storms and winter sales, the Reed Krakoff concession inside Saks Fifth Avenue at the Prudential Center quietly packed up its iconic Boxer Bags on January 30th, after three years in the space.
When judgement-free noshing on pizza, marathon gossiping, and an improptu pillow fight are the activities of choice, there's no one that can pull it off more fashionably than these girls.