Adventures at French Cheese Board in Soho

French Cheese Board store in Soho, New York

I recently went to an amazing influencer get together organized by my friend Janine Just at the classy French Cheese Board shop in Soho. This stunning space certainly caters to fans of the finer things. Not only is it a delicious destination for the finest French cheese, they also offer innovative programming that blends art, design and of course food. Whether you’re a cuisine connoisseur or just looking to serve fancy French cheese at your next party, I highly recommend stopping by French Cheese Board.

French Cheese Board store in Soho, New York

French Cheese Board store in Soho, New York

French Cheese Board store in Soho, New York

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Girl Power With Boy Meets Girl!

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Boy Meets Girl recently sent me this fab Alice Logo Tee and Lasting Joy Over-sized Denim Jacket. They inspired me to do something I’ve never done before. For the first time ever I did a photo shoot with a crop top. Maybe it was the 90s vibes I got from these pieces or the New York art and music scene that inspired them. Whatever it was, it finally gave me the confidence to be fearless.

I’ve long been a fan of Boy Meets Girl and designer Stacy Igel. I love the iconic logo and their commitment to causes such as anti-bullying. I paired the logo tee with Distressed Skinny Jeans. I rocked the denim jacket with an Off-the-Shoulder Striped Knit Sneaker Dress, Chanel sunglasses and Longchamp ‘Large Le Pliage’ Tote. Thanks again to Boy Meets Girl for the inspiration!

Photos by: Zarif Taufiq

Boy Meets Girl Clothing

Boy Meets Girl Tee

Boy Meets Girl Over-sized Denim Jacket

Sunnyside Queens Boy Meets Girl Denim Jacket

Over-sized Denim Jacket Boy Meets Girl

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At the Paul Smith Pink Wall in West Hollywood

I finally made it to the Paul Smith pink wall in West Hollywood! For those you who haven’t seen the many amazing outfit shoots that have taken place in front of this wall, you should know that this is a true pilgrimage for any fashion blogger.

Aspiring Socialite West Hollywood Paul Smith Pink Wall Vera Bradley Bag

For me, it was a truly spiritual experience. But, it isn’t just this beautiful backdrop that has be dying to go back to Los Angeles. Before I get super nostalgic about the California life, let me tell you what I’m wearing. This western-inspired West Hollywood look features the LOFT Petite Sunset Palm Cutout Flare DressVera Bradley Quilted Leather SatchelAldo Marecchia BootsKendra Scott Naomi Double Finger Ring and Zara Women’s Leather Jacket.

Photos by: JusePix

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LOFT dress Zara leather jacket

Paul Smith Pink Wall

West Hollywood Vera Bradley

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Gucci Glam!

Aspiring Socialite Gucci Bag

Sometimes I feel like I was secretly born to be a California girl.  Here we have another fab shoot from my trip to Los Angeles featuring the glamourous Small Padlock Gucci Bengal Shoulder Bag. I’m also wearing Joe’s ‘Flawless – Vixen’ Ripped Ankle Skinny JeansKendra Scott Naomi Double Finger RingSam Edelman Elaine HeelsBanana Republic Womens New Essential Tank and a beige blazer (this one is similar).

Photos by: JusePix

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Small Padlock Gucci Bengal Shoulder Bag

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President’s Day Weekend In Washington D.C.

Aspiring Socialite Georgetown Washington DC

Over the weekend my fiance and I celebrated President’s Day and Valentine’s Day in Washington D.C. Don’t worry it’s nothing political. We just had a fab weekend going to restaurants, bars and museums. We also took a stroll around Georgetown (hence the beautiful townhouses below) and visited our favorite national memorials. However, the highlight of the trip was most certainly the weather. It was a sunny 60-70 degrees all weekend which is unprecedented for late February. Being back in D.C. really reminded me of my childhood. I grew up in Wilmington, Delaware and whenever people would come to visit us, we would always go to D.C. to show them the White House and see the Smithsonian.

What We Did

One of my favorite parts of going to D.C. was going to the Smithsonian Institution. Not only are these national museums (and zoo) free, they’re also full of amazing art, history and more. The best part for me was seeing the pop culture exhibits and the first lady exhibit at the American History Museum. The beautiful photo of the ceiling below is from the American Art Museum. We walked through the National Mall, saw the Lincoln Memorial and the Vietnam Memorial. We also walked past the White House and around Capitol Hill.

That evening we went to the Off the Record bar in the Hay–Adams Hotel. Off the Record is kind of the perfect name for a bar in D.C. and this bar has some hilarious and super relevant political cartoons everywhere along with political-themed cocktails. These cocktails include the Trumpie Sour (which is an orange mix between an old fashioned and a whiskey sour topped with thyme to look like his hair), Hilary’s Last Word and Obama’s Last Call. It’s the perfect place to go if you want to feel like Frank Underwood.

What We Still Need to See

Since you can’t see everything our nation’s capitol has to offer in one weekend, we still have tons of reasons to go back. We still have to go to the National Zoo. I went there once when I was 15 and saw a baby panda and a baby elephant. I’m dying to go back. We also really need to go to the International Spy Museum. We tried to go, but the line to buy tickets was too long so we decided we would put it on our bucket list for next time and buy tickets in advance. We also need to get a tour of the Capitol building. The visitor’s center is closed on Sundays (which is sadly when we went), but it’s open every other day of the week.

When I travel I’m all about seeing new places multiple times. Every trip is different. So even if you’re going to the same place twice, you can still have a new experience because chances are both you and it have changed. I feel so much more prepared to plan our next couple’s trip to D.C. now that I know exactly where to go and when. I think what surprised me most about this trip was how much of a foodie city D.C. is. All of the restaurants we went to were delicious.

Georgetown Townhouses Washington D.C

Smithsonian American Art Museum

United States Capitol Washington D.C

National Mall Washington D.C

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