I woke up like this : 01.09.15



This week was rough. But! My non-boyfriend (yeah, that’s what I call him, it’s a long story, don’t ask) was in town for a work thing & was staying at le meridian in central square.

It’s amazing what a good night’s sleep in a gigantic comfortable bed can do.

I woke up in a completely different place, truly.

I’m a lucky girl.


I’m in love with modern moonlight : 01.03.2015

128 when it’s dark outside.

Boston tank : truly madly deeply
Southwestern intarsia bell sleeve cardigan : penrose (vintage 70s)
Bone & shell slice necklace : thrifted vintage
Silver tone fringed necklace : forever 21


selfies in bar bathrooms ||| III

Terminal 5, Brooklyn, New York ||| 12.07.2014

USA beer drinking team tee : vintage (1990) from Buffalo Exchange
Woven leather belt : Bloodbuzz Vintage
High rise denim : bdg
Whole bunch of silver & turquoise : vintage & thrifted navajo magic

Photo is unedited, the bathrooms there glow an awesome blue.

It’s a fine romance, but it’s left me so undone




It’s always darkest before the dawn

Leopard print faux fur coat : thrifted vintage 60s
Red Velvet duster : stiletto (vintage 80s)
Chariot dress : Wild Unknown x 4th & Rose
Harness boots : Frye via buffalo exchange
Leather buckle bag with tassel : manĊ (vintage 90s)

I went to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston with my mother today. We couldn’t have picked a better day. It was beautiful out, almost 60 degrees.
We went to see Hollywood Glamour: fashion & jewelry from the silver screen. We try to see every fashion exhibit that comes to town. This one was small, but lovely.

This is what the room looks like when you enter. They did a lovely job arranging things. There are designs by Coco Chanel, Edith Head & others.

These were my two favorite pieces, both designed by Travis Blanton. On the left, a silk crepe, silk chiffon & fox fur hostess gown worn by Marlene Dietrich in Desire. On the right, a silk chiffon gown embroidered with glass beads & lame thread worn by Carole Lombard in No Man of Her Own.

Definitely worth checking out if you’re in the area.