currently coveting no. 73

Now that the weather has gotten cooler, I've been wearing some iteration of the above outfit every day. I picked up those wide-leg jeans a few weeks ago and have been pleasantly surprised with how versatile they are! I'm planning on adding the white pair to my closet for spring and summer.

1. Topshop Jacket with Faux Fur / I love how the faux fur adds a bit of texture to this classic silhouette.

2. Clare Vivier Flat Clutch / The geometric print on this clutch is a great way to add interest to a neutral outfit. There's also a card case and passport holder in the same pattern, if you're looking for a smaller item. (P.S. use code GOBIG15 for up to 25% off your order at Shopbop!)

3. Madewell Wafflestitch Turtleneck Sweater / Oversized cozy sweaters are my favorite thing during winter, so I'm always stocking up on new options so I don't wear the same ones too many times! I'm not huge on turtlenecks so I like that this one has a shorter neck! (P.S. use code CALMDOWN for 25% off your order at Madewell!)

4. Club Monaco Thisbee Scarf / I've been looking for a classic scarf that isn't too bulky, but also keeps me super warm and this scarf does just that. I like the two-tone colorway that adds a little interest to it.

5. ASOS Chelsea Boots / After searching forever for a pair of chelsea boots, I finally landed on this pair from ASOS and now wear them almost every day.

6. J.Crew Rayner Wide-Leg Black Jeans / As I mentioned above, I'm obsessed with these jeans and have been wearing them constantly! I thought I'd maybe wear them a handful of times, but I keep reaching for them. A word of advice - size down! (P.S. use code HOLIDAY for 30% off your purchase at J.Crew!)


Rivertown Lodge - Hudson

Last weekend Grant and I went on a weekend getaway to Hudson, NY to relax a little before I started my new job. I had been wanting to check out the newly-opened Rivertown Lodge and this was the perfect fall weekend to do so. 

The building itself has a lot of history - it was originally a movie theater in the 1920s (it still has the old marquee sign!) and was later converted to a hotel. The super-talented Brooklyn-based design firm, Workstead, worked on the design of the hotel, filling it with their amazing light fixtures and custom furniture pieces.

Every detail was carefully considered and it really showed. Case in point: they have some of the coolest light switches I've ever encountered. The hotel's lobby is perfect for relaxing and hanging out and because it's located right on Warren Street (the main drag in Hudson), it's only a quick jaunt from lots of restaurants and shops. We loved walking around and coming back inside to warm up and chat with one of the owners, Ray.

A few things you can't miss:

Gaskins - While this restaurant isn't technically in Hudson, it's only a quick 15 minute drive and I promise it will be an amazing meal.

Flowerkraut - Right across from the Rivertown, this cute shop is both a floral studio and boutique with lots of amazing finds.

2 Note Hudson - This local perfumery worked with Rivertown on their shampoo, conditioner and body wash, which is what initially led me to the store. I was surprised by their large array of products, including some natural skincare products (that of course smelled amazing).

Cafe Le Perche - The staff at Rivertown recommended this spot for brunch and it did not disappoint! I recommend making reservations as this is the spot to brunch. 

Hawkins New York - I had to be dragged out of this store before I bought everything in sight! The store is curated with beautifully designed goods, as well as their own in-house line. Come here for their luxurious linen bedding!

A glimpse into what I packed...

Industry Standard jeans / J.Crew loafers (sold out - similar here and here) / Zara sweater (old - similar here and here) / Madewell sunglasses (old - similar here and here) / J.Crew Fair Isle sweater


shelter island

My mom and I booked a last-minute trip to Shelter Island to celebrate my birthday and it could not have been more perfect! It was our first time there and we absolutely loved it. We stayed at The Chequit, which is nicely nestled in the Shelter Island Heights area and is walking distance from shops, restaurants and the harbor. The hotel was recently renovated and every detail was accounted forevery room even comes with a sun hat and a turkish towel!

Shelter Island is only accessible via ferry—either to the North Fork of Long Island or to Sag Harbor. It was a bit overcast one day so we ventured over to Sag Harbor for the afternoon. It's such a picturesque town with great shops to wander through. Back on Shelter Island, we loved going to the beach near the Sunset Beach Hotel, which is another great place to stay or spend some time at. 

The Chequit / Sunset Beach Hotel / Rams Head Inn

Vine Street Cafe / Marie Eiffel Market / Provisions / Wolffer Kitchen (opening soon!)

Monc XIII / Bloom / Ruby Beets / Sylvester & Co 


weekend getaway

Weekend getaways are, in my opinion, one of the best parts of summer. There are so many great places within a few hours drive from NYC, and upstate New York is quickly becoming one of my favorite destinations. The Hudson Valley is full of unique small towns, each with its own sensibility.

I'm excited to announce that I've teamed up with onefinestay, and am heading to the Hudson Valley this weekend with a group of friends as an early birthday trip! onefinestay is an amazing resource of homes you can rent throughout select cities across the world. They are founded on the idea of handmade hospitality, so each home is well-appointed with everything you could possibly need. 

I can't wait to check into our home for the weekend and explore the surrounding area! I'll be sharing details of our weekend on my instagram, as well as on onefinestay's instagram. Follow along to see what we're up to! 

And what would a weekend getaway be without a packing list?

The key to packing for any weekend getaway is a great bag that can fit all your essentials without breaking your back. The Catalina Weekender by Lo & Sons is my weekend bag of choice (Grant's is the Everlane Weekender)—I especially love the bottom compartment for shoes so they don't dirty the rest of your clothes!

Minimal clothing is needed because you'll be in your bikini most of the time, anyway! I always pack a pair of jean shorts, a few striped tees, an oversized button down and something special—like this chambray romper.

A few accessories are all you need—a sun hatsunglasses and a pair of espadrilles. Of course, a witty beach towel doesn't hurt and a camera to capture all the fun!

In case you're looking for some inspiration, I've made a Pinterest board celebrating the spirit of weekend getaways. And what is a trip without some good music? Check out the Spotify playlist I curated for our trip!

top image by onefinestay / bottom image by Jessica Comingore



I've been an admirer of Lisa Hedge's design and art direction work for a long time. I love her aesthetic and the detail in her typography is so beautiful. 

I've been following along with her latest venture, Venamour, a wedding ephemera & stationery studio, and have been loving all of the sneak peeks she's been sharing on Instagram (the studio is set to launch soon). Alice Gao recently photographed her studio for Kinfolk and it was just as inspiring as I imagined.

all images by Alice Gao


currently coveting no. 72


Oh hi, nice to see you again! It's been far too long since I've shared what's catching my eye. Right now I cannot get enough of interesting neutral pieces, whether it's through subtle patterns, textures, or finishing details like pom-poms, tassels, and fringe! As soon as it gets warm out, my wardrobe craves more free-spirited pieces.

1. Zara Eyelet Crop Top / Because what's summer without copious amounts of white eyelet? (Also comes in black if that's more your jam.)

2. Suno Embroidered Tunic / Suno makes some of the best printed pieces out there. After spotting this in a Steven Alan store, it's been on my wishlist. And now it's on sale, making it even more appealing.

3. Dieppa Restrepo Leon Loafers / A classic pair of nude loafers has been on my shopping list forever and these are the best option I've found.

4. Sophie Anderson Woven Bucket Bag / I spotted this bag over the weekend on instagram and it became an instant obsession. Sophie Anderson has some of the coolest woven bags out there for summer - think lots of geometric patterns and pops of color.

5. Parachute Cashmere Throws / I know it's summer and sweltering out, but you know the second you go inside you'll be in the arctic due to the A/C! I met the founder of Parachute, Ariel, this winter and she was wearing one of these as a scarf and looked so chic. I am convinced these are a year-round staple - perfect to keep on hand when you're in a cold office or movie theater and perfect for cuddling up with on the couch.

6. Ulla Johnson Cusco Wrap / This wrap is the perfect topper for any outfit. Think cool summer nights on the beach. Also here and here.

7. Coqui Coqui Amenities Box / I have yet to visit the infamous Coqui Coqui in Tulum (don't worry, it's at the top of my list), but at least I can make our apartment smell like it! This box comes with all the perfumery's best scents in shampoo, conditioner, bath oil, bar soap and cologne.

See what else I'm Currently Coveting on Pinterest.