Cross The Lines


One week of serious bedrest might’ve be the most BORING time I’ve ever unwillingly spent. I couldn’t be happier to be back in action!

Don’t get me wrong, I’ve never felt better due to the amount of sleep I’ve been able to receive for the first time in 3 years.

But if you’re someone like me who HATES to sit still, the whole “resting” thing gets old super fast.

Needless to say it’s great to be back & I’ll be sure to reveal what had me out of commission soon!

Planning a week’s worth of looks in preparation for a week of zero action requires a few things:

– Embracing the weather, especially at 38 degrees with wind…

– Photographing, editing, & scheduling them a week (or day before your surgery) in advance

– Realizing it’s time to retire some winter pieces and embrace the spring season with a wardrobe revival

I’ve had this printed check trench coat for YEARS. I got it at the Topshop flagship in London and still super thrilled with the purchase 4 years later.

The print is the perfect blend of bright blue and subtle lime green that makes any solid underneath look

What better way to mix your winter pieces than with a standout color that screams, “Springtime!”

At the same time & as mentioned above, I’m trying to make the most use of some winter pieces that will soon be going into closet hibernation as the weeks go by.

The end of March and the month of April are still somewhat on the chilly side, so over the knee boots are still good to go in terms of ensembles.

Transitional dressing is a challenge but it can easily be done with the blend of solids and prints, so long as they match in terms of color scheme.