Tag Archives: Alexander Wang

When life hands you alarm clocks.

[Sparrow blanket skirt from Anthro + T by Alexander Wang classic long sleeved pocket tee + Joie booties + Warby Parker Nash glasses.] …wear clothes to work that are essentially made of blankets, then eyeball everyone all angry, like, “The hell are you doing in my bed, jerkoff?” -C.

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Not careless, quick and unlucky.

[Da Nang silk pants + T by Alexander Wang LS pocket tee + Dannijo pendant.] For someone with a sometimes crippling proclivity toward perfectionism, I am a total mess. I didn’t really know to classify this anywhere other than in the “bad luck” category until I met Rob, who pointed out that when it comes […]

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Wodehouse on Wodehouse: To each his own, beware the white mess jacket.

[Anthropologie Botanic blazer + trusted holey Alexander Wang t-shirt + B-Low The Belt Bellbottom Blues belt, completely obsessed + Report heels + Level 99 trousers.] Listen. I never intended this blog to include photos of myself. No, I’m being honest. It didn’t even occur to me to add actual photos at first—let alone photos of […]

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No one knows the gypsy’s name.

[Diane von Furstenberg scarf + Alexander Wang t-shirt + vintage pendant + Linea Pelle belt + old, old tattered stained Rebecca Taylor skirt from eBay.] This head scarf is about to be my summer staple. And, pardon the generalization, but there’s not a long gypsy skirt on this earth I won’t like. This particular one […]

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Rozae Nichols flashback.

‘Twas bound to happen, the photo shootus interruptus. It is everyone else’s hallway, too, not just ours. My reaction: [Rozae Nichols jersey skirt + Alexander Wang pocket tee + vintage turquoise stone cross + a couple of cheap F21 cuffs acquired after drinking split of champagne in car outside of mall.]

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Losing my marbles.

[Rachel Pally garden leggings + Leviticus Dark Harness from Rob! + Alexander Wang pocket tee + J.Crew cardigan + old, old J.Crew boots reminiscent of a pirate]

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Be a gypsy.

[Abercrombie & Fitch shirt, fumigated + Kors lace-up boots + Alexander Wang navy boatneck dress + Rebecca Taylor tights + Twinkle Studio necklace + Linea Pelle belt + Nantucket tourist shop rope bracelet.]

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Taper jean girl.

[J.Crew cords + Alexander Wang t-shirt + Gap chambray shirt + Burberry booties.] I meant what I said about these cords transforming my wardrobe. This is such a departure from the usual flowy, fringey, flared-leg stuff I gravitate toward. It generated some serious strutting. And that’s not just because I find these booties really, really […]

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T by Alexander Wang t-shirt dress.

T by Alexander Wang is like the Screaming Eagle of t-shirt lines: cool, classic, expensive, never goes on sale, but of inimitable quality. And, like Screaming Eagle, if I could afford it, these tees would be the ‘house wine’ of my wardrobe. [In fact, one night when I couldn’t fall asleep, Rob told me a […]

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The long and short of it.

[Loeffler Randall silk tulip shorts, Saks.com.] Growing up in Florida and other humid environments, I’ve been quoted saying I found jeans to be claustrophobic. This has not changed living in a place where the temperature hovers around 11° for 2 months. You are who you are. [In Loeffler Randall silk slouch shorts, August 2009.] I’ve […]

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Inspiration: Rapunzel + Alexander Wang.

I rarely notice what’s going on above the neck on the runway. Certain thematic differences help to paint a picture, to tell a story, but mostly it’s nothing I tend to covet quite like the other elements. Not so until the backstage photos from Alexander Wang’s show. I’d be hard pressed to find a lovelier […]

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From the right-click archives.

Ah! I told you I lust more when I’m trying to tighten my belt. These are breathtaking: [Alexander Wang wedges, as seen on JAK&JIL blog.] The low lines of the ankle and the sole that is totally flush with the floor are incredible! He’s so genius. These are the perfect antidote to the nausea I […]

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