Even if I am spending most of my time at home and on the couch (nursing my hip back to health after surgery), I still like to feel like I have a modicum of style. It may sound super basic, but it definitely lifts my spirits to wear things that are cheerful and chic. That said, I have found a few good bets that help elevate my casual and take my “knock around togs” (what I call my weekend wardrobe) to a new level. For my knock-around wear during the fall I find myself sticking to a sportier (Spice) theme and find that playful and color-centric separates work best.
Even if I am spending most of my time at home and on the couch (nursing my hip back to health after surgery), I still like to feel like I have a modicum of style. It may sound super basic, but it definitely lifts my spirits to wear things that are cheerful and chic. That said, I have found a few good bets that help elevate my casual and take my “knock around togs” (what I call my weekend wardrobe) to a new level. For my knock-around wear during the fall I find myself sticking to a sportier (Spice) theme and find that playful and color-centric separates work best.Read More >
Throughout her career, Erin Sachse of Eriness jewelry has imbued her work with meaning vis-à-vis symbols and small icons. Her most recent symbolic iterations include her “Resist” and “Ladybug” collections. Eriness’ “Resist” is most definitely a range that is inspired-by and tailor-made for these times, and the Ladybug collection is an homage to Erin’s late mother and its path into existence includes a vivid dream and real touchstones from the sky and beyond.Read More >
With very few places to go, it’s difficult to commit the brain power and big styling energy into figuring out a legit ensemble. However, on the flip side, it is also a drag to feel and look sloppy—I am really trying to find that balance. A solution to this conundrum is embracing the matching set. It goes beyond simply wearing a monochromatic look.Read More >
The modernity of Third Crown’s jewelry makes it endlessly wearable and au courant but the core of the pieces feel deeply classic. The clever use of arcs, beveling, and substantial links make for pieces that have strength and gumption but are still are subtle enough for everyday wear. Add a tee, a slicked bun, and one of their Prizm or Arc necklaces / bracelets, and that equals outfit complete.
Candice Pool Neistat is the creator and award-winning designer behind two of our favorite jewelry lines—Finn and Billy! Each line springs from a different chapter in Candice’s life but both collections can fit into any accessory-lover’s cherished jewelry box.
Traci Copeland is a Nike Master Trainer, a serious dance powerhouse, a certified Yogi, an all-around fitness superstar, and someone whom I have had the pleasure of calling a friend for close to 20 years. Traci and I ran track together in college and I’m grateful we’ve been able to remain in sync from the starting blocks to now. She’s a mind body guru and her personal style is inimitable—she literally manages to look cool even whilst doing hardcore things like complex choreo routines, handstands, and logging miles around her home base of NYC.
Pamela Love’s jewelry has the unique ability to tow that fine line between pretty and tough. Her spike and dagger motifs are not watered down but rather, feel “dangerously femme.” Combine that sentiment with sculptural bezel shapes that utilize lapis blues, pink opals, baroque pearls, a dot of diamond, cool Aegean and anemone themes, and you’ll find yourself whisked away to an understated but sophisticated state.Read More >
Megan Roup’s unique exercise method came into our lives at the beginning of quarantine and has been a positive constant in our collective lives. Before her we NEVER thought we could work out consistently at home. Now, Megan’s method, The Sculpt Society, is a fixture of our at home (or on the go) workout routine and we love how fun, effective, and tailored her content is. It does not matter if you have 5 or 50 minutes to move, she’s got you. Through her regular live workouts and post-sweat coffee chats, it’s really clear that Megan cares. She shows up, listens to her community, and truly creates content for everyBODY.Read More >
I think of wearing white (or black for that matter) as a blank slate—it's obviously a staple, a color you can build on, and something that to me, is seasonless. I say phooey to those who say no white after Labor Day—that's bananas!Read More >