Always someone that deems sophistication at any given moment, I was the girl that preferred to wear backless long dresses to revealing short ones and high waisted trousers with a silk blouse to jeans and a crop top. In my opinion, there is something very telling about a woman that chooses to cover up and leave things to the imagination versus those that choose to give it all away up front (but, then again, talk to me when I’m wearing a blazer as a dress at The Blond dancing on a table and you’ll say I’m a total hypocrite)...Read More
Author Stephen Grosz writes in The Examined Life, “If we cannot find a way of telling our story, our story tells us- we dream these stories, we develop symptoms, or we find ourselves acting in ways we don’t understand”. His book, at first glance, may seem like a self-help book, but it’s not...Read More
The thought of controversy fascinates me, which is why I choose to wear my Valentino Over-The-Knee Boots with short skirts; thankfully, there is a lovely line of bows on the back of the boots to make them look less hooker and more lady...Read More
I have Peter Pan Syndrome. It's official.
I grew up wanting to be an adult for as long as I can remember. I have always been a pretty bloodthirsty and competitive individual and truthfully, not much has changed over the years. I took the most rigorous classes when I was in school and I strived to produce the most outstanding results. I was always the overachiever. I even was a top-notch concert pianist; but that's not something to brag about since I am half-Asian and we all know that Asians are naturally better at classical music and math...
I'm totally obsessed with the trend currently surfacing on couture-esq full circle skirts with intricate details. I had been looking for one for a while to go with my ever-dainty lace blouses for Paris, and was in total dismay when I couldn't find one that wasn't going to bleed my wallet...Read More