Facing now the darkest times of the year, these cold and damp shortest of days, the only reasonable thing is to get cozy under the blankets with some hot tea in one hand and a good book in the other. If there was a chance to turn back time, I would probably place myself on the streets of New York or heck, on the deserted but warm beach of Atlantic City which was our next stop after DC. Apart from the wild casinos and nightclubs (fist pump Jersey Shore style, yeah buddy!) , this city offers a beautiful seaside and taking a walk on that famous boardwalk, you can almost feel the history and the smell of bootlegged whisky around you. No Nucky Thompson and the crew at sight though; what a pity.
Dress: Rick Owens Wedges: Rick Owens
Leather jacket: RIck Owens Dress: Divided Boots: Guidi Bag: D. Jensen
Photography by: D. Jensen
Lost & Found is one of those brands that I highly appreciate but don’t really come across that often. So far I own a pair of wool/leather gauntlets which are an essential piece of my winter wear, so when this button up shirt (or a light weight blazer when worn open) was brought to my attention, I knew I had to have it. The fit of it is a perfect blend of masculine and feminine, and the construction allows you to wear it multiple ways: What more could you ask for?
Wearing it here on the streets of Washington DC and in front of the White House (tourist galore), which in reality was much smaller than I thought!
Button up shirt: Lost & Found
Tank: Rick Owens
Bag: D. Jensen
Pictures by: D. Jensen
When a fire alarm wakes you during your holiday midday nap and forces you rush out of the hotel just to hear that it was indeed a false alarm, at least you can take advantage of the fact that without this sudden distraction, this beautiful sunset would have gone totally unnoticed.
Luckily the only fire to be found was in the Virginia skies.
Leather jacket: Obscur
Shirt: Rogue by Ilaria Nistri
Bag: D. Jensen
Pictures by D. Jensen.