Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Winter Favorites

Leggings, Chunky Sweaters, and Fur.

images via Elle

Wannabe...Kate Moss

I have always been obsessed with Kate Moss, but not until this Fall have I been so motivated to take it to the next level. I cropped my long hair to resemble Kate's bob. Ever since the cut, I've been working towards her effortless style.

Her every day style is chic, yet not over done.


"Just remember that, ultimately, dressing is always about attitude, 
feeling comfortable and confidence."
-Kate Moss

Kate Moss will always be a style icon.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Closet Structure

Rachel Zoe recommended this great solution to organizing your closet. Closet Fetish Products

I am so OCD, that I greatly appreciate the value of looking for a pair of shoes and finding them tucked away in a nice box with a picture of them on the outside.

I have already asked my fiance that whenever we do buy or build a home that my one request would be for me to have my own walk in closet. I love this closet below...I know any woman's dream would be for a Carrie Bradshaw closet via BIG.

(via the container store, closet fetish)

Monday, October 5, 2009

Jamie Drake: New Favorite Designer

Jamie Drake is genius with his use of old and new with vibrant color schemes. The use of color in each room is unbelievable. I love how there is a mixture of classic pieces with new contemporary pieces, and they blend without overpowering each other.

via Decorati

Decorati: Great New Find

"As the leading world-wide resource for upscale interior design products and services, Decorati provides access to interior design."

Visit Decorati 

Decorati, which has a database of over 20,000 designers across the U.S., allows consumers to search for interior decorators by location and type of design. On the flip side, consumers can submit a project inquiry to Decorati’s Design Advisors program and Decorati will match them with up to five designers that match the consumer’s style and needs. Another compelling feature on Decorati is the ability for interior designers to upload portfolios and tag each piece of furniture and accessory with identifying information.

(via TechCrunch, Decorati)

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Rachel Rachel Roy

Rachel Roy has made it easier to afford designer contemporary pieces to add to our wardrobe this fall without going in debt. Her new line, Rachel Rachel Roy, can be found exclusively at Macy's or at her website Rachel Rachel Roy. The line will retail from $59 to $299 for sportswear, $79 to $199 for footwear, $40 to $195 for jewelry and $69 to $109 for handbags. The collection captures today's unique and fresh chic elements that reflects a downtown edge with an uptown glamour all at affordable prices.

Founder and artistic director, Rachel Roy, said, “Accessible fashion has always been a passion of mine. Every woman should have the opportunity to express herself through style. Being able to design a contemporary product line that truly reflects a sense of individuality is a great honor. Macy’s has been an embracing partner in helping us launch this redefinition of a new lifestyle collection.” via WWD

"The Rachel Rachel Roy customer can find her whole wardrobe in the collection from chunky sweaters to t-shirts with great details, print leggings, leather bombers and party dresses for all occasions," Macy's, Inc.

 In the words of Rachel Zoe, "I die!" This collection is so gorgeous I have already purchased three pieces to add to my closet!

(via Rachel Rachel Roy, Macy's)