Today, I’m happy to introduce the new and much improved shop page featuring a cleaner and more streamlined look. Instead of having just a collection of items grouped randomly in one large grid, I wanted to provide a more targeted curation of looks based on what I’m currently shopping for myself but also what I recommend to those who write in asking for wardrobe or beauty product guidance. Starting now and in the future, you’ll see a lot more pieces inspired by the seasons, items that are must haves, and beauty products for every situation. Check it out here!
Happy Monday guys! I’ve been wanting to do more hair tutorials lately, as I often get requests for them. Doing my own hair for all of our photoshoots for Sea of Shoes over the last twelve years, I’ve learned a lot of styling tricks along the way. One of the things I always wanted to master was the perfect messy bun. As simple as it may seem, I think anyone who has attempted one for the first time knows it isn’t as easy as it looks. The messy bun I do when I wash my face in the evening, for instance, is not at all similar to the perfectly disheveled buns you see on Pinterest or street style stars. It takes some finessing to achieve the artfully undone messy bun.