Hungry Like the Wolfstooth

Hungry Like the Wolfstooth

Do you want to know what is better than houndstooth? Wolfstooth. It is the hotter, younger sister of the traditional tweed. I should state for the record that I have no hate for houndstooth. Wolfstooth merely turns up in collections less frequently, which is why when it does, I jump on the chance to add it [...]

The Colour and The Cape

The Colour and The Cape

Do you remember back in the day (by that I mean, a decade or so ago) when you couldn't get a dress sized for a tall framed female to save your life? Yes, there were "tall" pants available, but those typically had a 34"-35" inseam. Pairs eventually were available in longer lengths, and eventually dresses [...]

Four Degrees From Kevin Bacon

Four Degrees From Kevin Bacon

I studied historic preservation and architectural history in graduate school. One of the classes that made a huge impact on me was a 500 level Urban Design seminar. And this is when I hit y'all with some next level seven four degrees of separation. The gentleman who taught the Urban Design seminar, Karl DuPuy, was a [...]

A Philadelphia Stepford Wife

A Philadelphia Stepford Wife

I was so excited to join Long Tall Sally at the Philadelphia pop up shop this past Saturday. Initially overwhelmed by the selection of product at the shop, I spent the first 45 minutes of my time there publishing Instagram stories of the standout items, and guys, every piece was better than the last. I [...]

Let Your Style Speak for You

Let Your Style Speak for You

I have written about my dislike for the 'Kardashian' look in the past, and that preference certainly will not change my mind for my wedding day. I prefer a more classic, traditional look on me. When one is 6'-2" tall and wearing super dramatic makeup, complete with smokey eye and heavy contour, one risks being confused [...]

Winter Blues

Winter Blues

Philadelphia was hit with snow last Thursday. Although it was only a minor storm, the snowfall was enough to shut down offices across the region. Cut to two days later on Saturday, when the temperatures returned to the 50s and all reminders of the snowstorm had disappeared. I have discussed my love for tall-sized outerwear [...]