Maybe controversial, but Andrew and I find standard roses overrated. Of course, I’ve never met a flower I didn’t like, and roses are the flower of June, so I still woke us up bright and early to head down to Seoul Grand Park Station where the Theme Garden was supposed to be overflowing with them (and the whole city is overflowing with them, so that’s saying something).Read More
This dress was an unexpected purchase for me in several ways—yellow is just not a color I gravitate towards, prints are few and far between in my wardrobe, and maxis aren’t fitted for under-5’3”s. But put these all together in wrap dress form and I guess it’s love at first sight.
Because that’s what happened when I first saw the Gal Meets Glam Collection Imogene dress—I fell in love.Read More
My dad had sent us an article on Cafe Yeonnam-dong 223-14 around the time it opened, actually, as a new concept and ‘hot spot.’ I saved it as a place to visit as soon as possible, but we were living south of Gangnam at the time, and getting up to Gangbuk on the weekends was a trip. So, it fell off our radar.Read More
When I was growing up, my peers didn’t know where or what South Korea was.Read More
My mom bought my sister and me our first ever tweed sets when I was in middle school. It was the most gorgeous matching pink skirt and jacket with little bits of light green woven in. I cherished it and would take a moment to admire it any time I opened my wardrobe.Read More