AFTERNOON IN THE SUN

This is the second part of a 4-part series on adding Victorian flair to everyday fashion. Read the first part. And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that … Read moreAFTERNOON IN THE SUN

MODERN VICTORIAN

I’d like to call it the Downton Abbey effect: It seems like in every high-end boutique and fast-fashion mecca alike, there’s a ruffled silk blouse or flowy Gunne Sax copycat maxi dress in the window. Like when I stopped by Zimmerman’s new brick-and-mortar in Las … Read moreMODERN VICTORIAN

Scotland (Back)yard

It seems only fitting that we receive our first big snow of the season the week I delve into the first few chapters of “A Game of Thrones.” After all, winter is coming, right? Amidst my first true foray into George R.R. Martin’s literary epic … Read moreScotland (Back)yard

Farewell, 2018

How do I even begin describing 2018? IndyDressed turned 5 years old in July, if you can believe it (I still don’t think I totally believe it myself), and I entered a new decade of adventures. (Don’t really believe that either.) Checked off a few … Read moreFarewell, 2018

That vintage life

It’s no secret I love vintage. Secondhand accessories, old coin collections, Depression-era glassware, those flea market love letters for and from strangers who have long passed but for whom you craft an entire dramatic backstory. (I can’t be the only person who does this, right?) … Read moreThat vintage life

Across the (fashion) pond

Maybe it’s the birth of wee Prince Louis Arthur Charles, another royal baby for the world to go crazy about. (Not gonna lie, I’m already a sucker for the adorable photos of Prince George and Princess Charlotte that Kensington Palace releases from time to time.) … Read moreAcross the (fashion) pond

Baby, put that record on

Sometimes, there’s nothing like coming home from a long day and stretching out cat-like on the couch to the scratch, scratch, scratch sound of vinyl-meets-needle. Give me a breeze from an open window and the wafting lyrics from Lana del Rey’s “Born to Die,” and … Read moreBaby, put that record on