New York City

In the Clear

The winter boat has finally set sail and we're turning the corner to Springtime with some heat (literally and figuratively). Closing the door with my final cold weather look that features my biggest sartorial staples- white t-shirt, black jeans, and a great handbag. A few weekends ago, I had to pull out my winter topcoat from the cedar closet has 30 degree temperatures dawned upon us. Lucky to say, it was a one time deal and yesterday... I pulled out the OG denim cutoffs for the first time this season. My friends, we are on a straight line path to summer season. 

And with that, Sailor Does Staples: Summer Edition is launching May 1st. 

Wearing: Asos jacket, Mother jeans, Zara t-shirt, Vince shoes (older, similar here), Alexander McQueen scarf

Photos by Sophia Wilson 

Summer in the City | Vlog I

Ever since picking up my snazzy new camera (Sony A5000), I've decided to fully commit diving into the video world. I've bounced around here and there this year, but I am excited (and slightly nervous) to create these more personal "vlogging" videos and of course, some fashion mini-films. You'll also see that I have eyes and a voice!!! Groundbreaking, isn't?

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On The Road Again...

Wearing: The Reformation dress, Madewell denim jacket, New Balance sneakers (more colors here)

A classic Sloane outfit of neutrals, denim, and sneakers (only missing some stripes....). Two layers of long sleeves seems slightly uncomfortable in the hot and humid city heat, but guess what kids?!

This girl is getting out of the heat once again. 

No, I'm not going to the Arctic. This weekend, I'll be road-tripping up to Camden, Maine with Lark Hotels. It will be my first time in Maine, so I cannot wait to explore the area. And you know it, layering works in Maine weather (well, according to weather.com)



Photography by Becky Siegel 

indescribable

Wearing: Aritzia dress (size down) and  scarfValentino sandals

Considering I've already posted this exact outfit (and the dress) more than once on Instagram, I've decided not to bore you with basic photos. I know, I know, I'm too kind. Yet, I'm in love with these photos too much not to post them. I like to think that each photo has an emotion behind it that is able to pin-pointed, yet something about these gives me a feeling that is indescribable (even though it's me). And that my friends, is something we don't let waste on our desktop. 


"Keep all special thoughts and memories for lifetimes to come. Share these keepsakes with others to inspire home and build from the past, which can bridge to the future" - mattie stepanek


Becky Siegel Photography