$275 – houseoffraser.co.uk
$515 – saksfifthavenue.com
$275 – net-a-porter.com
$205 – saksfifthavenue.com
Texture is always something that pulls me in. The ideal of a cozy knit with a high chunk factor is irresistible, especially with frigid New York temperatures. The woven detail on this piece is fantastic. I have paired it with almost everything in my closet, making a simple sweater my key piece that elevates any outfit.
Some of my favorite events are the one’s where I can dress to the nines. Fancy dresses and sparkly heels definitely make a girl feel special, but sometimes a tee and jeans feels just as glamorous. I love taking a classic black and white graphic tee (especially one with attitude) and pairing it with an over-sized blazer and bright heels. It’s an easy twist that elevates the unassuming jeans and tee.
Over the weekend, I decided to continue a new obsession of mine…matcha. This super tea was first introduced to me years ago, but I really gained an appreciation for it when we went to Japan. Matcha straight from the source is like nothing else and the vibrant green color is mesmerizing.
With a weekly trip to Tokyo out, I searched for the best matcha spots locally. Matcha Bar, in Brooklyn is my top pic. These guys are the real deal, taking trips and sourcing their match directly from Japan. In West Village I found Chalait, complete with some of the best avo toast in the city. The iced matcha latte with almond milk is delish.
With at least 5 more locations still on my list, I will happily continue the matcha hunt 🙂