Poshmark made posh! It's really easy to elevate secondhand pieces if you purchase quality items and style them correctly. This post, along with reiterating stylish sustainability, is here to help give you some more insight in how to shop Poshmark, how to style pieces, and answer some of YOUR questions!
In 2019, I wanted to take my closet to the next level by reducing my closet's environmental footprint. In the spirit of responsible style, I decided to detail how you, too, can shop for style and sustainability.
Finding great vintage items can be challenging, especially for those who haven't frequently shopped for second-hand. I've compiled my Top 5 Tips to help you while shopping vintage!
Balancing graduate school and the blog/brand has been a challenge. I'm reflecting on my first 6 months in my PhD program - the good, the bad -- and how it's impacted StylishlyTaylored, my social life, and my well-being.
I created a comprehensive map of Baltimore coffeeshops for my fellow coffee-lovers, people-watchers, and work-a-holics. I hope this encourages you to support your neighborhoods, city, and coffee habits!
In hat heaven while spending a night at Soigné Hat's pop-up showcase at the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore!
Recently, I've been working with Primitive Beginnings, a women's fashion + lifestyle boutique in Baltimore with a new location in Fells' Point. Here is how I've styled some of their pieces, as well as a link to a Q&A feature I did with the brand!
I'm recapping my experience as a stylist at Style Slam during the American Craft Council's Baltimore Show 2018 -- along with detailing my thoughts behind each look!
Whether you need a vacation, are celebrating an occasion, or want to immerse yourself in a local festival (like Baltimore's Light City), a staycation is a great way to escape the everyday without having to venture too far from home! I'm talking all about my staycation at Kimpton's Hotel Monaco Baltimore and why it's a great option for anyone looking to stay in Downtown Baltimore.
In honor of my birthday, I'm opening up about my past 25 years, my experiences, and why I'm often told "you're mature for your age."