Saturday, September 22, 2012

What would you wear to an outdoor party...tonight?!

What to Wear to an Outdoor Party...tonight?!?

This is by far the hardest part of the year to dress.  Rain this morning, sunny and warm this afternoon, and falling temps tonight! What's a gal to wear?!?
Our advice: layering.  We are ab-so-lute-ly in love with this sweater from 360, it's perfect for this time of year with skinny jeans and a matching scarf.  Keep your look sophisticated with neutral shades. And since we know you packed away those flip flops (you did, right?) try out this seasons hottest trend: the bootie (our pick is this one from Klub Nico | $208). Pop your outfit with crimson clutch from Linea Pelle, a statement belt from Forest & Culver, and some simple earrings from Sheila Fajl and you'll be ready to go!
What would you wear to an outdoor party...tonight?!

360 Sweater knit cardigan
$390 -


Parker Blue scarve

Sunday, September 16, 2012


Check out Boston Globe's Style Magazine from September 16th!


Color- and pattern-blocking, executed within an outfit or even in a single piece, is everywhere. Kaitlyn Litchfield, a buyer at Ports & Company in Cohasset, notes that while “color-blocking has been around forever--think back to the mod ’60s--the mash-up is the invention of current-day designers adding their own twist.”


The dramatic swirls of baroque-patterned fabrics harken back to 17th-century Rome, but Amy Finegold, owner of Dresscode in Andover, notes that today’s incarnations are steeped in technology. “We’ve seen so many prints--florals, leopard, etc.--but these digitally produced patterns are quite novel.”
Relais sweater coat | $176 | Ports & Company, 23 South Main Street, Cohasset | 781-383-1020 |

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Accessorize, Darling!

We're always being asked, "What should I wear with this?"
Whether its a cocktail dress or jeans and a t-shirt it's important to polish
your look with the right accoutrements!
The first rule is to pick one item and match your other accessorize to that.  For this set, we started with a wrap watch from Sara Designs NYC (side note: how fab is that?!?!) and went from there pairing it with a nickle leather clutch from Two Hippies, a studded leather belt from Forest & Culver, black ballet flats from Skemo, and a funky feather necklace from Nakamol.
Some may shy away from so many add-ons but since we matched all these from the same starting point they go together perfectly!
Accessorize, Darling!

Two tone watch