One good way to tell Monday to go to hell: gather fruits and vegetables and say, “Go to hell!” Or at least that’s what Tamu McPherson, exceptional street style photographer and simultaneous bait recommends. Without saying it, she also suggests that a week worth living is one spent in flats — that a bomber is only as good as the skirt with which you wear it and perhaps most acutely, that in order to fall into your, let’s call it, “style groove,” you don’t have to favor pants over shorts, sneakers or sandals, separates over dresses — you can love them all and wear them all and still look so very distinctly, “you.”
Outside the Scala, on my way to a meeting. I’m a big fan of trousers with a twist — literally, in the case of these ones by J.W. Anderson. They are my go-to for days… I update the outfit with a tuxedo shirt when the sun goes down. But during the day I stick to a white tee, flats like Birkenstocks, Acne Studios sunnies, and a favorite Paula Cademartori bag.
Heading out for a work aperitivo. I love to mix-n-match prints, and this Sacai Luck jacket and Ellery skirt spoke to me as I browsed my closet before getting dressed. Birkenstock trainers keep the look sporty as I never know how late the evening will go. Usually our aperitivos transition to dinner and sometimes long walks home (with my designated party mate Viviana Volpicella who live in my neighborhood). I’m having a moment with my Hermès bag, an old treasure that I bring out every so often.
On my way to CA&LOU dinner. I love Isa Arfen’s line and fell for this dress when I stopped by her presentation. I’m fully enjoying it paired with a Paula Cademartori mini-handbag, CA&LOU earrings and Tibi mules.
Meeting a friend for lunch in four of my favorite Spring/Summer 2015 pieces: Stella McCartney top, Zara ribbed trousers, Prada clogs, Hermès bag. Living in these pieces and clocking in some real outfit mileage!
On my way to my son’s school play. He nailed his lines! So proud!