Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Vintage Pucci

Throughout all my years as a vintage collector, I have come across these 1960's Emilio Pucci oversized sunglasses twice, and both times I have regretted not purchasing the printed frames. The first time I became aware of their existence, I was the ripe young age of 15. It was one of many Summers spent in Los Angeles, I was just beginning to nurture my passion for all things vintage. During one of our Mother-Daughter shopping outings, I spotted the sunglasses at Paperbag Princess. I was obsessed, they had to be mine. At the wildly extravagant price of $500, my Mother and I agreed (to disagree) that this was a bit too excessive of a purchase for a teenager. But the obsession had begun, and I would continue to daydream of these hippie shades for years to come... Until spotting them for a second time. This time at an antiques mall in New York City. I was older, more mature and surely deserving of such amazing eyewear. The price tag was still in the $500 range. Without even having a Mother to negotiate with, I had to agree with the past decision: this was still a bit much for a pair of sunglasses. These frames have forever been "the one that got away" until that fateful day I received an Ebay alert: "EMILIO PUCCI PRINTED SUNGLASSES $250 AUCTION ENDING IN 1 HOUR." I immediately logged on, placed my bid and crossed my fingers for no competitors. Obviously I won, because the photographs you see now are in my possession. I know they seem a bit silly and maybe not for everyone, but they are no less special to me.

Emilio Pucci Vintage Kimono // Emilio Pucci Vintage Sunglasses

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Sunday, September 21, 2014

Pucci Sketch

Sketched a preview for a very special post, coming soon!
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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Ohh La La

While sweater weather is everyone's favorite (mine too), I want to wear everything but sweaters while I still can. With winters as harsh as they are in New York City, I am attempting to savor as much of this non-sweater weather as long as possible.

American Apparel Crop Top // Vintage Skirt // Kirna Zabite Kitten Heels // Celine Sunglasses

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Sunday, September 14, 2014

Fall Hit List

Since New York experienced its first weekend with temperatures dipping into the 60s, I thought it was appropriate to start planning my Fall essentials. I have always been obsessed with Madewell's Chimala denim, and it is finally the perfect temperature to start bringing out these wide cropped boyfriend jeans again. The Valentino mary janes from a couple seasons ago are still a favorite classic of mine, very flattering and chic. And a new favorite item of mine: The playboy bunny sweatshirt by Marc Jacobs.

Chimala Boyfriend Jeans // Marc Jacobs Sweatshirt // Valentino Mary Janes

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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2015

 Lots of raver and EDM influences this season at Marc by Marc Jacobs. And of course how could a Marc show be complete without polka dots?
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Monday, September 8, 2014

Pinstripe Ruffles

A little ruffle and a little sparkle can go a long way...

Marc by Marc Jacobs Ruffle Dress // Free People Sweater // Miu Miu Heels // Celine Sunglasses

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Sunday, September 7, 2014

Ruffles on Ruffles

Here is a sketchy preview of the Marc by Marc Jacobs ruffles I will be wearing in tomorrow's post!
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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

A Touch of Ballerina

I've got my dancing shoes on...

Red Valentino Knit Dress // Superga Satin Sneakers // Celine Sunglasses // Gucci Watch

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