HOW TO: CURATE YOUR OWN CAPSULE JEWELRY COLLECTION

We all have at least one of those pieces—the ring that gives you a weird tan line around your finger every summer (because you never take it off), the pair of earrings that you always add to an outfit when it needs extra oomph—we’re talking go-to jewelry that you can count on. We love the stuff that you can both sleep and adventure in, that you can wear with pretty much everything in your wardrobe and that you want to keep forever. If you’re of the same mind when it comes to accessorizing, here are a few tips for putting together what we like to think of as your own capsule jewelry collection. Continue reading

In Defense of the High-Rise Boyjean

In Defense of the High-Rise Boyjean
an essay by Meredith Chamberlain

I’m loyal to a high waist. The right pair has the power to make me stand up straight, hold myself more confidently. It’s something about the core, the gut, an intuition thing. As a woman, they work in my favor, serve as a reminder of my inner strength. I zip up, button, and my instincts kick in.

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LADIES WE LOVE: CERAMIST-SLASH-FLORIST LINDA BUI

We’re all about passionate women who are making it happen. Like Linda Bui—cosmetic-supply-chain guru slash ceramist slash master of plants—who is doing just that. We spent a day with her (and her pup, Quincy) in Williamsburg as she tried on some of our favorite summer dresses and talked creative inspiration, true-crime podcasts and otherworldly flowers, among other things.

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LONG LIVE THE BEACH: AN INTERVIEW WITH SURFRIDER FOUNDATION’S STALEY PROM

It’s no secret—we’re beach people. So naturally we teamed up with the Surfrider Foundation this summer, wanting to learn more about the important work they do to protect and preserve our oceans. Fellow beach person and Surfrider team member Staley Prom chatted with us about showing our coastlines more love.

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In Defense of Wearing Soft Clothes, 7 Days a Week

In Defense of Wearing Soft Clothes, 7 Days a Week
an essay by Olivia Villanti

While growing up in my vaguely hippie hometown of Rhinebeck, New York, the dressed-up shoe of choice was a Dansko clog. Heels were reserved for proms, and even then only the most girly of girly girls would wear them. This may be why, at all stages of my life, I’ve been drawn to “soft clothes.”

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