Show me your Flare

We’ve been mom jean-ing for a few seasons now and I am feeling like it’s time for some FLARE again. Flares originated in the 60s / 70’s, took flight in the 80s, and definitely made an appearance in the early aughts. Those early decades all featured the high-waisted flare (which I personally prefer), while the early 00s specialized in the low-waisted style which feels a little passé. I recently pulled out my flare jeans and was reminded how much they elongate the leg and look great with a heel.

This denim pair is from Mother and it is best with a simple white tee. The tee is from Redone and I styled it with a Celine blazer, a Gianvito Rossi shoe, and that classic early aughts delight, the Dior saddle bag.

My other pair of flares are these white leather ones from FRAME. I’m loving it with some dressed down chambray (also FRAME), this Khaite cardigan and these Dior slides.

Chatting with Fiona Bronte Burr and Johanna Vente Anderson of Saffron and Poe

Now more than ever, home needs to be a haven. We all want to be surrounded by things that spark delight and bring comfort. The co-founders of Saffron + Poe, an artisan home goods destination and boutique design studio in Marin County, CA, made sure that when they launched their online business and Mill Valley location in early 2020, that their offerings focused on ease, calm, and everyday appeal.
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Denim Jacket Picks

Let's double down on denim. I am all for mixing and matching new and now brands with loveable standards like Levi's, Mango, Free People and more. Here are a few recent finds that I wanted to share.
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Chatting with Meredith Baird of Nucifera

A new decade has dawned, and we’ve left a wild ride of a year behind. We’re dipping our toes into the new year a little more gently, getting our bearings, and we must admit that the skin salves and oil-based products from Nucifera, an CA-based brand, are helping us glide into 2021 a little more smoothly.
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