Summer is warm and pink, the same floral dress worn day in and day out. Open in the back to let a rare breeze flow through. Berries for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; an endless flow of sparkling liquids. Rain all day, nights spent running through […]
How To Dress Like Your Novel is a series in which we explore what Fashion Editor Raquel calls “the pursuit of literary aesthetic coordination.” In this edition, Olivia channels the eternal favorite, one Miss Holly Golightly. When Raquel launched our How To Dress Like Your […]
Summer can be a glorious time of year for those who love bright colors, endless tans, and as little amount of clothing as possible. It can be a literal Hell for those who live in black and feel naked without the regulated J.Crew third layer, be it cardigan or statement scarf. I’m sure it comes as no surprise that we here at The Attic fall into the latter category.
For the first in a monthly fashion feature, I’m reminded of a question posed to Olivia a couple of years ago, how to get through “the warm weather struggle of the girl who prefers emerald and oxblood…” In order to provide some guidance for all of us currently dealing with warmer weather, I’ve posed my fellow ladies the question, “What does summer dressing mean to you?” You’ll find that a love for the all-black wardrobe dies hard around here, but a witch is nothing if not changeable.
Fashion has many sources of inspiration; style even more so. Be it a decade, a film, a movement—adopting the look of another can have a comforting solidarity. While a good story will have you immersed enough with its words, I like a method approach, and […]
I have a complicated relationship with trousers. (For the sake of our UK readers I’m going to stumble through this by using ‘trousers’ instead of ‘pants.’ I wouldn’t want you to think the following is about undergarments, although I’m sure I’ll also get to that piece eventually.)
I’ve probably written and rewritten this introduction at least a dozen times in my head. I’ve written versions of it half a dozen times, in snippets, in emails, text messages, as comments on early planning documents within The Attic’s shared folder.