The Look: Ray-Ban Clubmaster glasses from Blink on Chestnut Street (“They have really hard-to-find stuff and they curate what they sell really well”); Marc by Marc Jacobs necklace; Per Se sweater (“I used to hate leopard until this season”); Sandro top (“It’s my favorite piece. I love Sandro everything”); Vince pants from Saks; Rag & Bone boots; Hermès bracelets; Cruciani macramè bracelets (“My husband and I bought them in Palm Beach on my birthday. Different designs mean different things. The lady at the store gave us both one that means ‘infinity’ because we’d just gotten married and we haven’t taken them off since”); Rolex Yachtmaster watch (“They make a women’s style, but I have the wider men’s version”).
My Style: “A touch of modern and trend-driven, but I mostly go for basic pieces that transcend seasons and trends. I swing wide: my day-to-day is modern, simple pieces, but when I get dressed up, it’s one extreme or the other, and I can go very feminine is ’50s-ish dresses. I grew up in Vermont, and the Vermont tomboy in me comes out on weekends. I love an oversized sweater, a huge boy shirt. I like to hide in my clothes sometimes, but I think every girl does.”
Where I Shop: “I really like Shop Sixty Five in Doylestown [Editor’s Note: They’ve also just opened a Gladwyne location, too!]. My guilty, preppy pleasure is J.Crew Collection. If I need a last-minute dress, I go to Barneys or to David Witchell in Newtown, especially now that they’ve opened two new stores just for clothes and accessories.”
Photo by Morgan Beye.