April 19, 2021


Personal Style
The Art of Dressing in a New Era:

Building a Strong Foundation


Many of us are re-introducing ourselves to our wardrobes as we venture back out into the world. And following such a difficult year that has brought on so many hardships for so many people, it is no wonder we may be a little slow to find sartorial inspiration as we enter this new season.



As always, we are here to inspire you, and remind you of why you love getting dressed! Our first tip is simple: go back to the basics. The strongest foundational items in your closet. Your go-to pieces you find yourself reaching for time and time again. Think, a timeless blazer that you can easily throw on with a pair of your favorite denim and a simple tee.Or, a classic leather jacket, that looks just as cool styled for the trip to the grocery store as it does over a feminine cocktail dress for a night on the town. 



The must-have blazer silhouette is fearlessly fashion-forward yet classic and versatile.




This classic buttery-soft leather blazer is cropped to the hip and is embellished with textured gold-tone buttons.



The pandemic has affected so many of us in different ways and it is no secret that the extended time at home has added inches to many of our waistlines. When this is the case, it makes it even harder to want to get dressed... another reason to fall back on the foundational pieces in your closet. A pair of forgiving pull-on pants or that flattering dress that fits your figure just right.



Linen infuses this pull-on pant with polish and ease. A crease front delivers precision to the straight-leg silhouette.



This easy and flattering linen dress has three-quarter sleeves, an open collar, and a waist-cinching belt that provides effortless structure.


These foundational pieces are the backbone of our wardrobes. They are pieces that make us feel good.. the pieces that make us feel comfortable and confident.  What better pieces to reach for as we ease our way back into the world?



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Home Inspiration 

Start with a Plan, not Pillows


Designing a room that inspires requires a strong foundation, just like your wardrobe.  While a beautiful pillow can certainly provide inspiration, the secret to a room that inspires is a vision, plan, and foundation that will allow you to change things up from time to time with new layers, pillows, and art.  



We believe this plan is so important in the process that our design services are complimentary.   Our goal is to get to know each of you... your space, lifestyle, wants and needs to help you create rooms in your home that you can't wait to wake up to or get home to at night. 


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