If you've been here before, you already know I am a bit of a minimalist when it comes to clothes. Not as severe as some but I do try to keep my closet pared to only pieces I actually love and wear. For the past year, I have felt like there was a gap in … Continue reading An Unsponsored Shoe Review – Walking the Walk, So You Don’t Have To!
The warm days and sultry nights of summer are not conducive to productivity, are they?
A slight frost in the early morning just makes me enjoy my coffee and croissant all the more. A chill in the night air makes the moon burn a little brighter.
My fast thinking travel mate laid me out on the bus floor, got a wet handkerchief on my forehead, and gave me sips of water followed by...
The fluid, more relaxed silhouette is great, IF you have the figure of a runway model. On most people, these clothes can render you instant garden gnome, unless they are tailored to your shape.
The weather was as expected, wet, cool, and perfect. My goal was to be comfortable and a stylish as I could be with a minimal amount of items.
TIP: Your travel clothes should be made up of your regular clothes and you should pack only what you feel good wearing.
Sort of a personal shopping assistant to let you know when a new collection is ready to take your money!
When the weather is unpredictable, it's all about layers!
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