Posts by Sarah Vickers

Riding Boot Season

Today these beautiful Ralph Lauren riding boots arrived in the mail. The calfskin leather is my favorite shade of camel. For me these boots were love at first sight. I was tempted to wear them right away but I don’t think I could handle them in this heat. I will be wearing them soon enough!
Fall is the best season to dress for. I live for the layers, textures, and colors — wools paired with silks, cozy sweaters and jeans, and plaid everything.

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The Pearl Monogram Collection

Happy September! This week we released our new Pearl Monogram Collection for Kiel James Patrick. It’s the first of many releases we have in store for Fall. This collection is perfect for the girl who loves pearls and anything with a monogram.

I paired each classic piece with some of my recent fall purchases. What I love most about pearls is that they look great with almost everything. Pearls and plaid, pearls and stripes, pearls and sweaters — the combinations are endless.

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Exploring Assisi

Dress: Verandah Sandals: Alexandre Birman Bag: Mansur Gavriel c/o Earrings: Rebecca de Ravenel

Location: Assisi, Italy

During our day trip to Assisi I wore one of my favorite dresses by Verandah. I love the layered look of this tiered maxi dress and the animal print is unexpected and beautiful. The fabric is loose and really comfortable especially on a hot day. We did a lot of walking and pretty much covered the entire town exploring the shops, beautiful buildings, and the Basilica of Saint Francis.

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Italian Picnic

Sponsored by Blue Diamond.
 
Greetings from Italia! Less than an hour before a torrential rainfall, Kiel and I set up a small picnic on a gorgeous hillside next to the villa we rented with friends and family a little outside of Cortona in Tuscany. It was the last night of our vacation and we really wanted to watch the sunset from this nearby overlook. I was expecting Tuscany to be almost completely flat and was pleasantly surprised to see mountains looming above endless hills of green and gold.

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