Ralph Lauren | Jamie Beck

With a snowstorm, a client presentation (can’t wait to share–really excited about this one!), Valentine’s Day, and scrambling around with lots of last minute errands before catching my 5:00am train to NYC this morning, this week has been nothing short of a whirlwind. To be honest though, I wouldn’t have it any other way.

I’m looking forward to kicking off the week ahead by spending some quality time with my mom and sister, trying on lots and lots of beautiful white dresses, and hopefully saying yes to one of them! Follow along on Instagram for more of our NYC shenanigans.

For Wardrobe Inspiration:
-Ralph Lauren Fall 2014 is pretty near perfection.

For Your Art Collection:
-Some really great pieces from emerging designers. I wish I weren’t running out of wall space!

For the Love of Stripes:
-Here’s your Chance to snag the best of the best at 40% off.

For Planning:
Wedding tips from one of my design idols.

For the Wish List:
-Love the typography, color, and city of course!
-Saving up for these…and basically the rest of the Spring collection!
-Don’t even know how I haven’t pulled the trigger on this yet.


D'Orsay Flats | The Pursuit of StyleI was flat out shocked when I discovered these d’orsay flats at Old Navy for less than $25.00! I live in flats and wear them hard so it’s nice to find a cheap but chic pair that I won’t be crushed when I inevitably need to toss them at the end of the season.

They come in five colors (including navy not shown above) and with such a friendly price tag you won’t have to agonize too hard over which to choose. I’m thinking tan and sand for Spring–even though it seems years away with this storm!


Doors of DC | The Pursuit of Style


Doors of DC took a necessary hiatus these past few months in the spirit of keeping all of my fingers frost bite free, but I happened to be in Georgetown this weekend, and couldn’t possibly walk by my favorite doorknocker without snapping a quick photo for you.

I love anything Egyptian revival, so the owners of this charming navy blue door with its brass King Tut knocker are kindred spirits for sure. I can’t help but be curious about the story behind it.


Marianna Kennedy

Marianna Kennedy

Marianna Kennedy

How fantastic are these colorful resin lamps from UK based designer, Marianna Kennedy. The perfect twist on a classic candlestick table lamp, I think they’d be perfect in just about a million projects–starting with my home! Of course I’d agonize over what color combination to choose, but the good news is you really can’t go wrong. Adding a pair to the someday list!