Think scarves are just for your neck? Think again—in the hands of our… >
Personal Styling: Tie Game
Think scarves are just for your neck? Think again—in the hand of our personal stylist Christina, these versatile lifesavers can go from humidity-defying headwraps to statement-making shawls with little more than a twist and a tuck. Oh, and that billowy tunic in need of a cincher? She’s got that covered, too. Cue the standing ovation and see how it’s done.
The Side Sweep
The Cummerbund Knot
The ’70s Starlet
The Tie-Back Halter
The Funnel Tuck
The Kimono Wrap
The Side Sash
The Drapey Cowl
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Need a new drink to add to your cocktailing repertoire (we’re… >
Need a new drink to add to your cocktailing repertoire (we’re thinking ginger smash)? We can’t get enough of the luscious photography and gorgeous hand-scripted recipes in Craft Cocktails renowned mixologist Brian Van Flandern’s just-released companion to Vintage Cocktails. While his previous book focused on classics, this new compendium features modern recipes culled from some of the most exciting restaurants around the world.
Trust us. They taste as good as (maybe even better than) they look.
Alas—the final installment of our dip-dye series! In our last two… >
Alas—the final installment of our dip-dye series! In our last two tutorials, we catered to our interiors and fashion friends. Next up: foodies! Just for fun, we dip-dyed eggs to test out our favorite technique, and as you will see, we got amazing results.
Always be prepared! Check to make sure you have all of the supplies needed for the DIY before you begin.
Pour hot water into a small bowl (or teacup)—not too full!—and add a splash of vinegar.
Squeeze at least 30 drops of your favorite hue of food coloring into the liquid.
Dip your egg quickly halfway, then pull up to your second tier and hold for 20 seconds.
Pull up for your final tier and hold for as long as you like —the longer you hold, the more saturated the color.
Make as many color variations as you like. The best part? They make a healthy snack!
Employee Must-Haves: The Charlie
Here at the home office, we needn’t look far for style inspiration… >
Employee Must-Haves: The Charlie
Here at the home office, we needn’t look far for style inspiration—our colleagues are some of the most fashion-minded folks we know. So when it came to outfitting our just-launched Charlie trousers from Cartonnier, it seemed only natural to turn to two of our own, who also moonlight as fashion bloggers: visual experience manager Ashley of Fancy Fine and senior visual manager Laura of Ascot Friday. On two different coasts (and two different ends of the style spectrum), this pair of fashionistas took to Instagram to share how they’re wearing our menswear pant of the moment.
Name: Ashley Age: 28 Location: Philadelphia
Personal style: feminine with a dose of quirk
Fashion icon: anyone who dares to dress originally
Her blog in her words: A celebration of all things vintage and vintage-inspired
Proudest blogging moment: it helped me snag my dream job at Anthropologie!
Name: Laura Age: 32 Location: Los Angeles
Personal style: layered, edgy, bohemian
Fashion icon: Anita Pallenberg
Her blog in her words: style, fashion and life through the eyes of an adventure-seeking, thrift-store-shopping SoCal mom
Proudest blogging moment: when the reader lets me know I inspire their style
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