Brooklyn

New Year, New Workout

Every January many of us make a New Years resolution to work out, get in shape and be active. By every February, that motivation starts to fade and we have less desire to go to the gym or whatever routine exercise we’re doing. I was one of those people, but then I discovered PureBarre. Okay, before you think I’m getting all infomercial on you, hear me out: It’s the first time I’ve ever not had to drag myself out
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Where To Eat In The Foodiest Brooklyn Neighborhood

  If you know me, you’ve probably have heard me go on and on about how wonderful Brooklyn is. If you knew me almost a decade ago, I would probably have said, why would anyone want to go to Brooklyn? I was once a snobby Manhattanite living in the East Village and thought all of the cool things were happening there. Then my friend convinced me for a girls night out in Cobble Hill—which I thought was the
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The Case For Shopping Investment Pieces

  Paul Smith coat (sample, similar online) // Rag & Bone blazer (sample) // Band of Outsiders top via SnobSwap // Chaiken pants (sample) // DVF booties (similar online) // Alexander Wang bag (similar online c/o) // LUMA Jewels by Therese Pagh bracelet (c/o) // Colette Malouf earrings I attended a panel in DUMBO, Brooklyn the other day with Fashionista.com as host along with my good friend and local designer, Rachel, that raised an interesting discussion: American Design
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If You Love Shoes, Then You’ll Want to See These Killer Heels

   Alice + Olivia leather jacket (sample sale, similar online here) // Chaser shirt (similar here) // Lands’ End scarf // J.Brand jeans // Tibi boots (on major sale!) // bracelets from top to bottom: etc…, Gabrielle Frantzen eye bracelet (c/o), cuff via Vietnam // Mansur Gavriel bag (finally available here, here or here) I finally made it to the Brooklyn Museum this past weekend for a fashion exhibition that’s right up my alley—all about shoes, Killer Heels:
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