Personal Style, Travel
Versatility

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Tuesday, November 24th, 2015
WEARING: LOOK 1: CREATURES OF COMFORT top | VINTAGE TWIN shorts // LOOK 2: MINKPINK bathing suit | TRIWA sunglasses // LOOK 3: RODEJER art shirtdress | RAG & BONE espadrille slides

There’s only so much I can fit in my East Village adobe.  Year after year I contemplate relocation where ample storage space is not an anomaly, and year after year, I change my mind.  At the end of the day, I’ve functioned  over seven years living with no storage space, and if I’ve gone this long, then what’s another seven years?   For me, the key to functioning is really just versatility.  And none is more apparent than packing for a trip to a tropical destination.  Normally, I’d only pack kimonos and two-piece bikinis to lay around in all day, but this trip I brought along some of my current fall/ winter separates that I’ve layered under a multitude of looks here in New York City and swiftly transitioned them into warm-weather looks.

NOTE!  Make sure to advantage and shop full-priced and sale items using ‘GOBIG15’ today through November to get a major discount HERE at Shopbop!  (Hint: Get ahead on that Christmas shopping!)

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