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Classic, not too expensive, kinda basic but worth it. Looks fancy but it’s not, also great for a casual date night.
I started dated someone once that pointed out my excessive collection of black shirts with polka dots. Got me. I feel like you’re either a polka dot person, or you’re not.
Another shirt from Tuckernuck, my favorite. I love a flouncy black top that is breathable for the kitchen but chic enough for the table.
Classic, timeless, simple. Me as a shirt. I have a few of these and wear them all the time, they go seamlessly from kitchen to entertaining.
The owners of Dudley Stephens are good friends. Not only are their fleeces chic and tailored—so you can go from the gym to cocktails—but they’re also environmentally friendly.
I love this sweater, it feels like a big (but chic) hug. I wear it on repeat from about November to March, don’t judge.
I love a shorts and chunky sweater combo. I’m a big fan of the term “fancy, not fancy” when it comes to style. This sweater reads more luxurious than it is.
I mean, this is so me I can’t even explain. If you don’t understand you probably should leave my site.
I lived in these shorts for most of Spring 2019. They have just enough structure to define your waist while allowing you to have another helping of pasta.
These are my all-time favorite jeans. They’ve got just enough stretch to make you feel good every time you put them on. They’re also high-waisted and perfect for both working in the kitchen and a date night.
This dress is epic. I’m also in love with anything under $150 and has a bow. My wardrobe is blue, black or white. Know what works.
An all-time favorite. And while the price may seem steep (a stylist I trust convinced me to buy it) I have never regretted the purchase I can’t wear without getting compliments.
This dress is pink and frilly and there’s nothing I don’t love about it. It can be worn to a dinner party or dressed up enough for a beach wedding.
I love a black polka-dotted blouse. I actually dated someone once that made fun of me (lovingly…. I think?), that I had multiple version of this favorite shirt. And I do! This is the perfect example of something that hides splatters in the kitchens and is chic enough to wear at the table - or out.
I'm obsessed with this dress. It is really no joke that Diane von Furstenberg knows how to dress a woman. There's stretch in this dress that makes it easy to move around in and it always photographs beautifully. Also available on Rent the Runway :).
I've been a huge fan of Soludos for as long as I can remember. I started wearing these in the kitchen as a means to feel more myself (i.e. girly and fun) and given that their logos/styles often reflect food and beverage - it was a match made in heaven. These mules were part of our collaborative dinner ASHA and I threw in September 2019.
Ashley McCormick, founder of ASHA, is one of the most talented jewelry designers offering women quality and modern designs with timeless qualities. Not only does her bubbly and kind personality show through her work but I'm constantly inspired by her travels and the inspiration behind her pieces.
When I work on sets (behind the scenes and in front of the camera) I love a jean-on-jean look. At first people make fun of you, and then, they all copy you.
My sisters and I had a saying growing up about our style: “casual but pretty.” This is a perfect example of the look. I’m addicted to James Perse t-shirts. They’re pricier than my former white t’s from Old Navy or The Gap but they’re worth every penny because they nicely transition from work to play, making you look effortlessly chic and casual.