Thanksgiving 2015!


Every year I host my family for Thanksgiving, my favorite holiday of the year. (You can see how much better I got at it, because it's all here on the blog!)  This year I was lucky enough to have both my side and David's side over - a total of 23 people including kids! Every year, my favorite part is the table setting. (Last year Goop instagrammed my table!) I use my wedding china - it has a feeling of abundance perfect for thanksgiving- and fresh veggies to decorate. I try to tie in rustic elements, with linen and twine and loose sweet flowers. Those elements counter act the ornate place … [Read more...]

Family Album | Autumn in NYC.


I always say, we take beautiful photos of people we love. This is a super special post to me, because I'm sharing more of my family life, which I don't always do. My husband and I have a theory - if we are going to live in NYC, with the crap weather 60% of the year, living in an apartment, no yard, no storage etc, we better make damn sure we are taking advantage of all the many, many pluses. So during the fall and spring especially, we push ourselves to be weekend warriors and take the kids out, a lot. Canon sent me an EOS Rebel T6i DSLR to try out, and I literally brought it everywhere … [Read more...]

The Military Coat.


I've always had a place in my heart for the military coat. In my early 20s I had a white military inspired trench from Zara, and damn if I didn't love that coat. Anyway, I find that khaki is a universally flattering color, even though it may not be conventionally attractive alone. It looks good on every skin tone and hair type - At first I was going to say blonds look especially good in khaki, but I'm olive skinned and I like it on me, and every girl I know looks great in it. It has become a neutral, like black, gray jean, or leopard. Theres two types of ways to pull off this trend- the army … [Read more...]

America’s Most Glamorous Trailer Park.

paradise cove

Everything in this weeks T Magazine was A+ awesome - but I particularly loved this piece on the stretch of land called Paradise Cove in Malibu. It's a community of just 265 trailers that was established by fishermen in the 50s with just 100 trailers. In the 70's the park was expanded to its current size. The trailers went for around $70K each. Now they sell in the  millions despite the fact that they are just 400 - 1000 square feet, and there are just 10 feet between neighbors. They still got them malibu views! The residents are what you would imagine - super chill surfer types, but also … [Read more...]

New Prints | Moody moods.


New prints in my art shop, kind of moody, but I dig em! Check them out! I keep trying to change up the home page and play around with different feels. Hope you like em ;) … [Read more...]