What I wore: Gstaad Switzerland

If you’re headed to Gstaad this winter, chances are you’re going with a suitcase that’s already half full with ski gear. However, don’t forget to pack for the ever important apres-ski! Or, if you’re like me, leave the ski gear at home and pack exclusively for absolutely everything else, from posh train rides to posing with mountain peaks. In all…
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What I wore in Iceland Day 3

So, what does one wear to hike glaciers, snowmobile and pet beautiful Icelandic ponies? Well, there’s really no official uniform for such activities. The only thing you need to really worry about is not freezing to death. It is cold in Iceland during the winter months. It’s so cold your tears freeze. So cold that the water molecules in your…
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What I wore in Iceland: Day 2

Talk about print clashing. We’ve got fair isle, floral, tweed and a waxed Barbour. What could possibly be missing? Oh wait, maybe a bit of velvet! Let’s just call this my “everything but the kitchen sink” look. But, when it’s well below freezing outside, snowing like mad and slippery as all get out, these are the things you wear to…
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Outfit du Jour: I’m ready for you, winter!

Shop The Look: Sweater, Jeans, Cashmere Hat, Tote Bag, Boots, Coat
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Style Update: London’s Pink Door and more

There’s a pink door in Notting Hill, off the beaten track. It’s not something you’ll find as you’re swaying down the Portobello Road. No, this pink door exists out of the tourist common areas, and is only discoverable by those who choose to go further afield and stray from the pack. While the little blue door may be famed for…
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