Black and White, the Sequel

{Dress: Monteau. Necklace and bracelet: Fly Boutique vintage. Shoes: Loehmann’s.} Prediction: There’s a 99.9 percent chance before spring/summer is over that my entire wardrobe will consist of the spring black and white trend. I call this one my Wynwood Building dress. The first time I wore it was for the Today show segment. I was totally all stressed out about what I was going to wear at 5 a.m. to go and get my hair and makeup done. In reality, I could have showed up in PJ bottoms and one of those free tees you get when you participate in a community car wash and no one would have cared. Oh well. Since I have no intention of slowing down when it comes to shopping this trend, here’s what will most likely be my next BnW purchase: (just as soon as I start printing my own money). But seriously, I will be on the lookout…Read More



Back in Black and White

During Basel, I sat in on a lunch for Harper’s Bazaar where I got word that black and white stripes and patterns were going to be en vogue for spring. Let’s be honest, even if they weren’t, I was still going to wear them anyway. But knowing they were filled me with the kind of joy you get when you find the last pair of size 7s on the clearance rack. I have a block of my closet dedicated  to the color combo. Some of it is new. Most of it is vintage. Here’s an example I unearthed for a wedding I attended this past weekend when it was way cold and I needed sleeves. It wants to be Pucci, but it isn’t, but that’s OK because it is still on point for the season. Funny how something I scored it at thrift store adventure in Fort Lauderdale a decade…Read More