Archive for May, 2011

Have you been to Aldo shoes lately? It’s like while designing their new collection they decided to be as fun and colorful as they can and then used the designs to make the most comfortable shoes ever! I bought three pairs of shoes, a pair of sunglasses and a bag from Aldo two weeks ago. […]


Here I am once again with my other favorite model – JZ! A white dress with nude pumps – classic summer style that would suit many day events. Also, both are summer must-haves! JZ’s wearing:  Dress: Express Shoes: Banana Republic Bag: Gap 


Deandra Modica’s dress here is a great example of a dress that  has all the essential elements of a sundress but it’s not like the zillion others that we see on the streets. Also, the cut and the fit of the dress makes it suitable to be worn to a slightly formal event. The fruity […]


Best of Basics!

27May11

I’ve been in Charleston, South Carolina, for about five days now and I’ve spent most of that time roaming the streets of this gorgeous town. Having been fed a healthy dose of Hollywood movies growing up, I think Charleston is one of America’s best kept secrets. Anyone visiting the U.S. must visit this hidden gem! […]


It’s been a loooong winter in Syracuse! From November till May it was either raining or snowing and it was impossible to find people without giant coats on. That made me very sad! Also, my fabulous internship kept me on the road for most of last semester, hence the posts have been far and few! […]


After the Vogue interview, I applied to several other places and didn’t even get any call backs. Until February (Vogue happened in November). I got a response to my application to Good Housekeeping fashion closet and Vogue (again!), but for a different editor. I set up the interviews for the next week and decided to […]


The day I decided to become a fashion journalist I almost simultaneously also decided I wanted to work at Vogue. A whole lot of stuff followed – I enrolled in an arts journalism program at one of the best J-schools in the world (the Newhouse school), moved to the U.S., spent the next six months […]