I’m loving laid back linen pieces like this top and dress from Three Dots for spring. This black dress is going to be on repeat for me this summer. The silhouette is so timeless. I can easily picture this on Jackie O in the past or Kate Moss sporting this presently! Love how my sister styled this pintucked linen top, I’m always amazed at her ability to throw together things so effortlessly.


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HAIR TUTORIAL-the Messy Bun the Messy Bun Tutorial

This hairstyle is a ridiculously easy Brigitte Bardot inspired look that you can do in less than ten minutes. Even better, it works best on dirty hair! Yay!

1. Start with volumized hair. If it’s freshly washed, blow dry product into it. I use a cocktail of Serge Normant Meta Lush volumizer and Sachajuan Rootlift mousse to build a really great base for styling. If you really want to nail this look, I recommend popping a few hot rollers in your crown for girls with fine hair. If your hair is dirty, congratulations, you can skip these steps! For extra bigness, sprinkle a ton of Bumble & Bumble Pret-a-Porter Powder (hands down my favorite dry shampoo)  onto your roots, flip your hair upside down and massage into your scalp like crazy. Your hair will be massive.

2. Using a curling wand, curl random sections of your hair in alternating directions. I recommend twisting the section of hair you are about to curl BEFORE wrapping it around the iron. This makes the curls a lot more ‘surfer girl’ and less ‘junior prom night’.  You don’t want that look, ever. Haha.

3.  Seperate your crown section, pull it upwards, and tease for volume. A teasing comb is nice to have for this. Pull some hair out towards your face, this makes the look more messy and flattering. Pull the teased section into a high ponytail on top of your head using a small rubber elastic.

4. Pull the ponytail through a sock bun. Nestle that sock bun at the base of your ponytail. Give the ponytail a nice tug once the sock bun is situated.

5. Now for the artistic part. Pin your randomly curled sections randomly around your bun. Take your time doing this and make sure the sock bun is covered. You may find it helpful to tease the sections before wrapping them around the bun. Mist liberally with hairspray as you go, until you have achieved the look you want. Give it a few final hits of hairspray and you are done!

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I was going through our photo archives today and found these shots I never published from our trip to San Miguel de Allende last year! I can’t wait to go back. Wearing a flannel shirt with a thrifted tee, the bustier is by Zara (similar here), Zara heels, and 7 For All Mankind skinnies.

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Shopping for workout clothes is a hundred times more fun than shopping for regular clothes to me. Maybe it’s because you don’t have to feel as guilty about it. You’re doing something good for yourself! I want to go crazy and order every single thing from Michi and Lucas Hugh but I will try to restrain myself.


Michi Siren Bra Rag & Bone Georgia Hoodie Rebecca Taylor Mesh Hoodie T by Alexander Wang Sports Bra Adidas Tee Patagonia Backpack Adidas by Stella McCartney Yoga Bag Lucas Hugh Prism leggings Nike Free sneakers Norma Kamali swimsuit Michi Psyche Leggings Water Bottle Kate Somerville Body Rescue Cream Adidas by Stella McCartney sneakers HTML Map
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Wearing One Teaspoon jeans, a J. Crew sweater, a fox stole, and Jerome C. Rousseau booties.

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My fascination with the Burberry spring 2014 collection continues. Given the unrelenting winter we’ve been having, I paired this beautiful lace sherbert pencil skirt with a vintage fuzzy angora sweater and the amazing turquoise petal bags. I have a major crush on all of these petal bags, I want all of them in my closet!
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