I’ve always felt like I was from another time.

Growing up I was called an old soul, but I think it’s a little bit more than that. I think sometimes people are significantly influenced by other times in history than the one they were actually born into. I have always been drawn to the styles of the 1940’s-50’s from watching old movies with my mother. Though my style has changed a lot over the years, I am now completely exploring all of my vintage whims, and am so excited to share my weekly inspirations with you through this online blog forum. If you too feel like you are of another time, leave me a comment on this blog or my social media.

Latest Posts:

Those Who Wait

Good things come to those who wait… This absolutely unbelievably luxurious Free People jumpsuit had been on my wishlist since I first saw it advertised at my local Blush Boutique downtown Nashville this year. Unfortunately for me and my empty pocket book, it was originally priced at $148 and then went down a little inContinue reading “Those Who Wait”

Vintage Academia

Everything old is new again… I stole my dad’s vintage Mickey sweater from when he worked at Disney Studios in the 1980s and turned it into a fashion forward academia statement. Seriously, this look seems like I just got it off the rack at H&M, and it’s all due to a few simple styling tricksContinue reading “Vintage Academia”

Schoolgirl Vibes

Channeling a London School-girl on this cloudy Nashville day. Today’s street style is made of simple pieces built into luxurious layers. I’ve really been working on my textures this year, and am proud of my progress. I see now how you can work within one color and still add so much dimension to an outfit.Continue reading “Schoolgirl Vibes”

City Monochrome

I love a good black, white, and orange combo. Today my family took a rare post-covid outing to the most beautiful rooftop restaurant in Nashville for my mother’s birthday. My outfit was inspired by classic London style– as always — and combined soft white fuzz with sleek black leather. This look was months in theContinue reading “City Monochrome”


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