I’ve never understood why Midwestern people get married in June. Or hold galas in July. Or rooftop celebrations in August. It is hot. It is hot and it is humid. It is so hot and humid that I can barely write a sentence because this week’s weather left my brain a little melted. But with sunshine comes packed social calendars, and often the warm-weather … Keep reading…

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Feeling patriotic? Want to spend your Fourth of July rocking some red, white, and blue? There’s a right and a wrong way to do this. WRONG: (But somehow, oh so right…) RIGHT: Great, huh? Find ’em here… Top [Sold out! See something similar? Tell me in the comments!] | Bottom | Shoes | Bag // Graphic: Fashion for the Fourth – Part … Keep reading…

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I would like to thank the delicious cocktail known as the Mai Tai for my new zebra-print midi circle skirt. While it didn’t pay for said attire—I just got chills thinking about how fantastic life would be if cocktails I had just finished drinking paid for all of my new clothing—it left me, errr, cheerful enough to pick up a $70+ skirt. But here’s the … Keep reading…

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This heat-and-humidity combo ruins so many things: lipstick, chocolate, hairstyles, patio dining, outdoor attractions…St. Louis summers (and late springs) are sweltering and sticky, and it’s killing all of my favorite outfits. The thing I miss most when the weather warms up is layering. (And boots, but you know that already.) There’s no need for me to reiterate my love for mixing patterns and … Keep reading…

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