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Shopping Tips

Reformation: The Future of Shopping Is Now

Readers who hate shopping, this post is for you. I’m about to tell you about the best shopping experience I’ve ever had. Earlier this week, I spent two days in LA for vacation with my boyfriend. Considering I had spent the week in 4 different states (Kentucky for a wedding last weekend, then NY for work, and home in DC), I was already having fun comparing how culturally different the fashion is in each part of the country. In this vein, I decided to visit the most “LA” of boutiques to get a sense of what was trending on the …

Shopping Tips

The Best Shopping Hack Ever

Fashion moves so fast these days it is hard to buy a backup of any of your favorite clothing or accessories before the season is over and the designer pulls it from the store. Thankfully certain brands, such as M.M. Lafleur, ATM and Rag & Bone, repeat some of our favorite client picks season after season, but most do not. I recently did a Google search for “Nike Siren Snakeskin Sneakers,” and hit the jackpot on Poshmark for my favorite but quickly disintegrating sneakers. A client and I were lamenting the passing of the Alberta Ferretti di Philosophy store we …

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We Can’t Stop Selling…This V-Neck Top

We love the Sleeveless High Collar Pleated V-Neck Top by Iris Setlakwe! This top is the perfect shell-blouse to layer under blazers and jackets or just to wear on its own. It has the perfect, hard-to-find V-neck and highlights the waist, creating a very flattering silhouette for many body types. Yes, it is expensive, but it is also perfect. We have mostly been getting our clients the top in black, ivory, and navy, but it also comes in some super fun colors for summer. . Iris Setlakwe Sleeveless High Collar Pleated V Neck Top, $165 . While you can certainly order the …

Travel

Kyle Takes San Francisco

San Francisco, how you’ve captured my heart. The city has an infinite amount of things to do and see, and I had less than five days over this past Presidents’ Day weekend. My sister flew Jack (my boyfriend) and me out to San Francisco to see the city before she moves back to Northern Virginia next month. She had been telling me for years that I would love it out there and now I see why. DC just doesn’t have anywhere close to the amount of hippies or hipsters, small vintage boutiques or new tech-y startups. I love the vibe …