You’re looking at my dream dress. I mean… the lace, the florals, the faintest hue of blue, the sheer insets, the fit for goodness sake! There has probably never been a dress that feels more like me. And you know where I found it? Amazon. And you know what else? They’ve got your dream dress too this Spring.
To me, having fun means you’re not trying too hard and just living in the moment. Fun is carefree and easy and doesn’t complicate things. It’s wearing a show-stopping pair of shoes out to get $6 dumplings in the middle of a Sunday afternoon.. just for the hell of it. I like fun. So when Donald J Pliner asked me to be a part of their Spring campaign – aptly titled #ArtofFun – I certainly didn’t have to overthink it.
For a few brief hours on Saturday morning, there was a hint of Spring in the air. I used the window as an excuse to wander some of my favorite streets in the West Village, chai latte and hydrangeas in hand, debuting a couple of spring pieces that I’ve been (impatiently) waiting to wear. Of course, then it started to rain and I tucked them back into my closet. But for those brief hours, all was right in the world.
Spring.. so close yet so far. I figured since most of the East Coast is digging itself out from under a mountain of snow today, it was a good time to share an easy way to add freshen up your wardrobe no matter then weather – spring pastels.
I’ve been eyeing overalls for more seasons than I’d like to admit at this point. On cool girls in coffee shops, on Pinterest, everyone was pulling them off with ease. But for some reason I felt like on me they’d be all wrong. But then I reminded myself that I tried wide leg chinos recently to happy results and so I finally decided to give it a go. This pairwas less than $40 and as evidenced here – we’re getting along just fine.