Girl Crush: Rachael Wang.

Currently crushing on Fashion Director of Allure, Rachael Wang.

After some time at, Nylon, and Vogue...Wang leads the pack of street-style girls as the Fashion Director at Allure Magazine. Heavily photographed and rightly so, Wang has an incredible sense of style. Probably because she is a stylist herself having dressed the likes of Ellie Goulding and Julia Roberts to name a couple.

She always looks amazing in mostly monochromatic looks playing on texture and structure for interest. 

After her move over to Allure, Wang seems to be experimenting more with her style and I've loved to see the evolution (i.e. that incredible red checkered oversized blouse is ahhhhmazing). 

Check out Wang's Instagram for some amazing Fashion inspiration and peep her stories over on Allure's snapchat every Tuesday!

* Images via Tumblr, Le 21éme, Vogue Runway, & Rachael


Weekend Looks | Jeans + White Shirt, c'est chic.

I'm all about a 'go-to' look for every woman. I switch between two separate looks. Black skinny jeans, a black tee and weather dependent, a black leather jacket OR a white button down, and high-rise medium washed skinny jeans. These are my outfits when my brain just doesn't want to put a 'look' together. I know I will be comfortable in it and it's easy to switch up between the two. Currently, I've been wearing more of the white shirt and skinnies look since it's still too hot in Chicago to wear consistently all black.

Brilliant to find a look that is 'yours' for those days when you just don't have the time but need to show up in, ya know....clothes.

#ThrowbackThursday | The New Céline, 2009

Taking it back to Phoebe Philo's first collection for Céline, circa 2009.

The central thing to know about her Celine clothes, which are terrific for a number of reasons, is that they reflect an every-day style. By that I mean they are clothes you want to wear every day, whether you work in an office or a gallery, part-time or at home. They answer the questions many women have about wanting to look good at work—appropriate—while still looking relaxed and casual.

Read the New York Times Review of her debut here...very interesting how greatly loved Philo was and continues to be.

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