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11 . 02 . 18

Philadelphia Bound

This week has been exhausting so I’m looking forward to getting away to Philadelphia this weekend. I haven’t been to the City of Brotherly Love since college so I can’t wait to experience all the city has to offer just a quick train ride away from New York City. Heidi Wynne moved to Philadelphia a […]

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Yesterday, I had the opportunity to tour the new One Kings Lane store in the downtown Soho neighborhood of New York. The store doesn’t officially open to the public until Friday, November 2nd but many people already were trying to open the door to get inside to shop. Once you look through my photos, you’ll […]

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10 . 30 . 18

Get Guest Ready

The holidays are quickly approaching and that means lots of entertaining of friends and family. To get your home ready for guests, there is no better place to shop than Walmart. They have a wide range of furniture and home decor products such as sofas, coffee tables, and bar carts, that work with any interior […]

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10 . 29 . 18

My Visit to Monticello

When I invited to Charlottesville at the end of September, it seemed serendipitous since I had already been looking into trips to Virginia to tour Monticello, the home of statesman Thomas Jefferson. I added a few days onto the trip and made plans to visit with interior designer Andrew Brown. He wasn’t going to arrive […]

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As you know, I love the French fashion brand Sézane but did you know they also have a brother brand for men? Octobre Editions began one October day with the simple idea, “to get back to the basics of menswear, the distinctive pieces that are always needed and that we take so much pleasure in […]

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We’re having a Nor’easter of all day rain in New York today. Perfect time to bake my family’s famous pumpkin cookies. They’re soft and delicious and you can edit the ingredients to suit your tastes too. Pumpkin Cookies 1 cup sugar 1 cup canned pumpkin ½ cup room temperature butter 1 tablespoon grated orange peel […]

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10 . 25 . 18

Chic Family Rectory

While I love English manor houses, they aren’t exactly practical for most people which is why I love rectories, vicarages, and parsonages. They are the smaller homes that were reserved for members of the clergy located next to the local church. Since they are a more manageable size, they are usually more relatable and offer […]

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If you’ve ever taken a walk on the Upper East Side or West Village during October, you’ll see houses with over the top decorations for Halloween. Some are so scary that I avoid during certain streets during this time of year. I personally prefer chicer home decor and tabletop pieces that can transition from Halloween […]

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I’ve never been to New Orleans so I’ve been thinking of planning a trip this winter. Now that the Hotel Peter and Paul has just opened, I have even more motivation to visit The Big Easy. The hotel, restaurant, cafe, bar, library, and event space are located in an abandoned group of 19th-century buildings that […]

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Everyone is complaining about how cold they are now which is the perfect time to pick up something warm and cozy from my lovely friend Heidi Wynne. Long time readers know that I don’t go anywhere without one of her cashmere scarves. The Isabelle Cashmere Wrap above is Heidi’s heaviest weight cashmere scarf in a […]

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