Today is one of the busiest travel days of the entire year and I’m willing to bet that many of you are spending more time than you’d like in an airport (especially with the unfortunate timing of this storm!) I’ve said it before and you all seemed to agree, but travel today is definitely not the glamorous activity of years gone by.
We may all be standing around in our socks on dirty linoleum floors, but I still refuse to go down the slippery slope of super casual travel attire (i.e sweatpants). Thankfully, Roztayger recently expanded their already amazing offerings (hello, gorgeous!) to include travel + life essentials.
I gave these cashmere wraps a test run, and if being wrapped in a cloud of cashmere sounds enticing to you, you’re going to want to check them out! Not only are they supremely soft, they’re also huge which means they can easily transition from scarf to shawl to blanket depending on your needs–huge plus for traveling!
As with all of Roztayger’s carefully selected lines, it’s the quality and attention to detail set them above the rest. The pom pom tassels on these wraps quickly won me over and add a playful element to an otherwise basic wardrobe staple.
From what I’ve gathered, gifts for mother-in-laws are always difficult to source. Well let me tell ya, wrap one of these up to gift and you’ll skyrocket to the top of her (or anyone else for that matter) favorites list!
PSST: Use code BLACK15 Friday, November 29 – December 3 for 15% sitewide!
Photos by Lindsay Souza for The Pursuit of Style
Keeping it real: this post was sponsored by Roztayger, a company I am personally loyal to and proud to support.
J.Crew opened its London flagship store earlier this month and the photos were so gorgeous I thought they were worth sharing. Having been a loyal customer since the days of critter clothing (a hot pink corduroy skirt embroidered with lime green seahorses was a favorite in boarding school…cringe) I’ve really admired the brand’s evolution, and thankfully my taste has evolved with it.
I often find as much interior inspiration in J.Crew stores as I do sartorial, and the London store is no exception. As much as I wouldn’t mind that jacket finding its way into my closet, the gallery wall, oversized light fixture, and fashion illustrations by Tanya Ling excite me even more. If you have a minute be sure to watch the video of London set designer Shona Heath’s whimsical taxi cab installation. That alone would be enough to get me into the store!
Any Londoners out there been for a shopping trip yet?
photos by Daniella Zalcman via J.Crew
Apologies for going rogue; I’ve been in NYC for the past few days and after crisscrossing our way across the city buying for clients, I was almost too excited at the end of the day to synthesize it all into any form of coherent post. There really isn’t anything like the energy of New York.
I’m almost always behind the eight ball when packing for a trip, which inevitably leads to paying exorbitant overnight shipping costs, or worse, a frantic trip to the mall and impulse purchases I don’t love.
If I had my act together, I would have invested in a few pieces from Emerson Fry. Her line just exudes city chic in an effortless “model off-duty” type of way. Each piece in her collection is classic, well tailored, and likely to earn staple status in your wardrobe for years to come.
I’m always especially impressed with EF’s outerwear and shoe collections. I can imagine this becoming part of my weekend uniform and these I really don’t even have words for. If you haven’t made your Christmas list yet, I think you’re going to want to pay Emerson Fry a visit ASAP.
Fellow dog lovers, this one’s for you. C.Wonder’s Dog Show sweater is the sartorial soul mate to Osborne & Little’s Best in Show wallpaper (as seen in Bailey McCarthy’s amazing powder bath.)
There are only a few left, so I rounded up my own version of the Westminster dog show for you below. Not a dog person? How about something a little more exotic.
I’m going to be honest, Halloween is probably my least favorite holiday. Aside from my inability to watch anything scarier than Harry Potter without having nightmares, I also never seem to get my act together in time to come up with a creative costume. Every September I think to myself: “This is going to be the year” and then the week of Halloween rolls around and I’ve got nothing.
So, if you’re a perpetual Halloween procrastinator like me, here are my last minute suggestions. They won’t win you first prize in the costume contest but you’ll still be festive. Better yet, you can actually wear these pieces past October 31.
I’m thinking this sweatshirt and that bat phone (cracks me up!) will do just the trick. Now how about that two day shipping…