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On Monday, I had the pleasure of visiting Madeline Weinrib‘s chic showroom to see her new cotton carpets, outdoor fabrics, and bags. The new floral cotton weave Camilla carpets are a breath of fresh air this spring and a great departure from ubiquitous stripes. The flowers while inspired by Botticelli are a little bit fanciful and […]

Birthday Blooms

04 . 19 . 17

Sorry for the lack of post yesterday. It was my birthday and I was dealing with a cold so I ended up taking the day off. Other than being sick, it was a great day filled with flowers, a facial, and great friends. I’ll be back later with a regular post. The secret of staying […]

Happy Easter!

04 . 14 . 17

Easter is Sunday and while I might be spending it at the Auto Show with my friend, I loving all the beautiful holiday tables and decorations on Instagram. Spring is starting to bloom in New York, but it’s at its peak in London and Paris. April is my favorite time of year and not just because my […]

Waiting for Spring

03 . 26 . 17

Spring has definitely not spring in New York. It’s grey and rainy and nothing has bloomed yet. Until it does, I’m making due by living vicariously through those I follow on Instagram. Some reside in London and Paris which is busting with color and others are decorating their homes and tables with beautiful blooms. Enjoy! @kerrybazaar […]

In honor of International Women’s Day, I thought it would be appropriate to post about one of my favorite inspiring women. This year marks the 10 year anniversary of Habitually Chic and I still can’t believe all the wonderful people it’s brought into my life. It’s even more special when people I admire follow and […]

I hadn’t intended to post about fashion two days in a row but after seeing the gorgeous Ralph Lauren fashion show yesterday, I felt compelled. The “see now, buy now” collection was shown in the Ralph Lauren Women’s Mansion that was filled with walls of orchids, the sound of birds, and even moving butterflies. Just […]

Fashion & Flowers

02 . 12 . 17

One of the most beautiful presentations each season takes place in the beautiful Washington Square home of designer Adam Lippes and this year is no exception. His fall 2017 collection is filled with chunky sweaters and easy separates that you wish were available in store now. The flower arrangements by Putnam & Putnam complement the floral prints […]

Happy Thanksgiving!

11 . 24 . 16

I read on twitter today rom Dr. Frank Lipman that “gratitude produces a profound shift in your immune and endocrine systems, lowering stress hormoones and boosting overall health.” I hope that makes up for all the turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie we will all indulge in today. As usual, I’m grateful for your continued readership!  Happy Thanksgiving! […]

Some of my favorite Instagram accounts are based in England and I recently found a new account to follow @tradchap. Jack Laver Brister describes himself on his account as a “29 year old antiques dealer and gardener living in Somerset. Currently renovating a small Georgian town house in Frome.” As with many homes in the English […]

I recently had the pleasure of hosting a dinner party with Everything but the House (EBTH) to help celebrate the launch of their online estate sales in New York. A lot of thought went into all the table top details and the guest list and I enjoyed working closely with my dear friend Andrea Stanford […]

En Vacances: Part Deux

08 . 11 . 16

I’m not traveling until the fall so it’s hard not to have a little fomo while scrolling through Instagram. It looks like everyone is en vacance somewhere chic like the Amalfi Coast or French Riviera. Here are a few of my favorite images from the last few weeks. @decorno in Italy @hotelducapedenroc in Antibes @aliceinherpalace in Sardinia […]

Even when I’m on a trip, like I currently am in Peru, I’m always thinking of my next destination. I’m long overdue for a visit to London especially since I have so many lovely Instagram friends in the city. One of the them is interior designer, illustrator, and garden designer Robin Lucas @robinhhlucas. His feed is […]

Flower Power

04 . 09 . 16

When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other. – Chinese Proverb

Spring in Paris

03 . 20 . 16

“When spring comes to Paris the humblest mortal alive must feel that he dwells in paradise.” – Henry Miller Photos by me via Instagram @habituallychic

Adam Lippes Fall 2016

02 . 13 . 16

Designer Adam Lippes always presents his latest fashion collection in his Washington Square home where the beautiful interiors are the perfect backdrop to his gorgeous clothes. But it was the over the top “tropical Victorian” floral arrangement by Putnam Flowers that almost stole the show. They could not have been a better foil for the arctic […]

This has been one of those weeks where I have a million things to write about but have been endlessly distracted. Maybe I’m in need of an August vacances like the French and everyone else in Europe.  I promise I am going to get it together this weekend and be back at the top of my […]

At Home in the Garden

08 . 06 . 15

At the photo shoot yesterday, I was discussing that I would like to take a flower arranging class.  Another person who could give great lessons is Carolyne Roehm. I love checking out her website to see the gorgeous photos of her gardens, flowers, and tabletops.  Everything she touches is chic and gorgeous.  So I’m especially […]