I went to boarding school and loved it. One of the many great things about being in boarding school was that, at any given moment I was able to access my friends/ endless wardrobe and unlimited styling possibilities as a teenager. Like many young girls, this endless closet was a paradise for us, especially since we were constantly "shopping" out of each other's wardrobes and, like in all fabulous boutiques, became personal stylists to one another.
I love to travel. Who doesn’t? Apart from the destination I am going to hit, the part that gets me super excited is actually the packing process. Weird? Not for me. Taking a break from your everyday life means you are going to have a little extra time to pamper yourself and play dress up. Hello, gigantic hotel room bathtub!
Let's face it: When shopping for vintage and pre-loved luxury goods, there are many things you should be looking out for. One of the most important thing is determining the quality of the product. Sure, as with all vintage and pre-loved pieces, there will be some imperfections that adds to the story behind the journey of the piece but you still want them to look good and last a lifetime.
So, your wardrobe is bursting at the seams and you can’t find the pieces you need when you’re getting dressed. I mean, really, what’s the use of having the latest “It” bag or that elusive vintage Chanel piece if you don’t know where everything is?