Something happens to a woman when she finds a truly special piece. Lady gets a spring in her step and her fashion heart skips a beat…it makes her say yeah….Carti-yeah! Beyond beautiful, this vintage Cartier back pack is sublime and seriously don’t get me started on the vintage Burberry trench. Both so timeless but for a fraction of the price. I found the Burberry trench at The Salvation Army [true story!] and the backpack is from Love Story. Even if you can afford the real thing, I love to hunt for treasures that fancy ladies…

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We all know the incredible work The Salvation Army do for people, but what isn’t as publicised is how much they do for our beloved mother nature. When you think about it, the Salvation Army would have to be one of the largest urban recyclers of textile waste. Not only do their thrift stores form the backbone of the charity but without these eco fashion hubs all those discarded clothes would end up in landfill. There exists a perception that thrift clothing is old, smelly and lacking in style, but if you simply open your…

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Karolina Kool

December 9th, 2014

 I never imagined that offering someone the seat next to me could have turned into such a sweet friendship. Meet Karolina, a girl as cool as her Carrie Bradshaw curls. It was fashion that initially bought us together but during my time here in New York she has fast become of my favorite things about the city. Apart from the fact that every where we go people think she’s Sarah Jessica Parker, she’s always wearing something to start a conversation.Take this coat – it looks soooo expensive right but lady did me proud by sourcing…

Grey area

December 5th, 2014

Gurrrrl grey doesn’t have to mean gloomy it can warm even the coldest of fashion hearts and let me tell you in this NYC weather anything helps! I so enjoy a tone on tone moment, layering different textures and fabrics in the same hue is a hot look. It’s a sneaky way to look super expensive but if you thrift your loot you can easily bring it in for under $100, especially if you steal your sweet friends coat I looked for the jeans first which were $8. I already had a $10 thrifted Calvin…

DIY Designer Style

December 2nd, 2014

$3000 for ripped designer denim, $1600 for a slashed up t-shirt. Really? Why would you spend that kind of money when it’s so easy to do it yourself! Click through and watch my video filled with tips and tricks for super easy DIY Designer Style. Thrift your jeans and tees, then roll up your chic little sleeves and get into it kids #FashionHound. PS my absolute favorite jeans – vintage mens levis cost me $4 from the Salvation Army, they were already slightly ripped so I did even more. I can’t tell you how many…