Following on from our last post, we think the Europe vs American style debacle is too interesting and too much of an multi-angle topic not to discuss further. So today we’ll have a little chat about how this difference in continent inspires a different approach to style which can also cause a different take on… Continue reading A Dress In Europe
A really interesting topic in fashion today is the balance – or rather the imbalance – between Americana trendiness versus the European cultural aesthetic. While the former is far more relatable through it’s modern edge appeal to a younger generation – think gilded bomber jackets and ripped acid-washed jeans – maybe the latter deserves a… Continue reading Style – The Historic Edge
I wonder does everyone believe – as in, is it a thing – that we dress differently in different environments not because of humidity or practicality but based on how free we feel? I’ve certainly been guilty of this from time to time. There’s nothing better than planning a vacay to the Caribbean and you… Continue reading Locational Dressing??
Oh man, we love Dublin! This past weekend we ventured into the wondrous capital city of Dublin to see Queen Bey and it was everything we imagined and more. Actually scrap that, it was an experience totally beyond anything you could dream of. The concert spoke messages of complete and personal power, while also carrying… Continue reading Adventures in Ireland: Beyoncé in a Dublin World
I’ve the kind of person who’s always thought of mindfulness to simply be a by-product of the naturally positive mind-state of Goldie Hawn. I assumed it involved the crossing of one’s legs on the floor while chanting “OMMMMMM” and trying the feel a tingling in your toes. Or something like that.. However it was only… Continue reading The Vitality of Being Mindfull
It’s easy to forget the power of a dress. This modern era for women sees us rushing around all day, holding one job, two or maybe 3, and making time to spend with family, friends and some vital peace and quiet time on our own. It’s totally understandable then that our clothing has become more… Continue reading What’s In A Dress?
“You are an old soul, fortunately housed in very lovely wrapping.” – Michael Callahan, ‘Searching For Grace Kelly’ I recently finished reading the incredibly fascinating Searching For Grace Kelly, the debut novel by Michael Callahan chronicling the fictional lives of three young woman who come to make a life for themselves in 1950’s New York.… Continue reading The Barbizon; Rediscovering Grace