In the vast universe of home fragrance, between all the different brands, there are literally thousands of options encompassing candles, reed diffusers, incense papers, sprays, scented balls, and even the old school potpourri. Here’s a recommendation for one of the best, sexiest candles I’ve found.
In the word of fashion, it’s important to be mindful of the basics of style.
When you’re dazzled by incredible fashion, sumptuous prints, feminine detailing, plays in proportion, the mixing, matching and styling of it all, it’s easy to overlook the importance of the basics of style: the black and white, the neutrals, the monochrome, the simple, the staples.
Every woman should have the following in her closet: tank tops in black, white and grey (James Perse or Splendid). A silk or cotton camisole in ivory (Hanro or J.Crew). A plain white t-shirt. The more you love and experiment with fashion, the more important these pieces become. They anchor an outfit that, infused with novelty and indulgence, would otherwise be too much.
In two colors reminiscent of Spring, these clutches are great choices if you’re still looking for that bag with a little something special. On top is Helmut Lang and available here. On bottom is Halston Heritage and available here.
I bought the most beautiful Faliero Sarti scarf today and spent a good ten minutes in front of the mirror figuring out how to wear it. Wrapping a scarf can be a daunting undertaking. My best friend and perpetual style pupil (which has much more to do with her humoring me than actually needing any help) once mentioned my prowess with scarves, but it’s only because I play with them. There is no wrong way to wear a scarf. There is also no one way. There are better ways, cooler ways, more interesting ways, and you find them by playing. So give yourself ten mirrored minutes, an open mind, and you’ll see…
This is a pouf. It’s sort of an ottoman, sort of a stool and is a great option for additional seating, especially in a room that’s pressed for space. When not in use, put them on either side of a large piece of furniture (sideboard, buffet, bookcase) or flanking the fireplace (as I did in my old apartment).