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Style, Travel

el paisano

May 30, 2017 • By

El Paisano Dress

El Paisano Reformation

El Paisano Reformation Dress

Marfa Stitch Fix Men

El Paisano Reformation Red Dress

El Paisano Sign

Marfa Reformation Dress

Marfa Stitch Fix Mens

Marfa Reformation Red Dress

Marfa Reformation

Wearing: Reformation dress, Cape Robbin mules, Alexander Wang bag, Vintage rings

We had such an amazing time in Marfa! There’s nothing like a long weekend away to reset and refresh. We stayed at El Paisano Hotel, truly one of the dreamiest hotels I’ve visited. It is best known for hosting the cast and crew during the filming of the 1955 movie Giant, including James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor. I will put together a full Marfa travel diary together in a later post, but this old-world hotel (and dress!) deserved its own moment.

Marfa’s landscape, pastel buildings, and El Paisano’s retro feel acted as the perfect backdrop for this dress. I snagged it from Reformation a few years ago and it has been in my rotation ever since. I am convinced that Reformation can do no wrong at this point. They’ve mastered the modern it girl meets ultra feminine aesthetic. Given the chance, I would happily build an entire wardrobe out of Reformation and Madewell pieces.

And let’s talk about these shoes for a minute. I got them from Amazon for TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS. I kid you not. Go get them immediately! They are so comfortable, go with a lot more outfits than you would think, and cheap as hell. Plus, a lady at the hotel said, “I like your slippers, you wild thing, you.” Seriously, there’s not a reason not to get them.

-Madison

Photos by Robert Paine


Shopping Guide, Style

gingham fever

May 2, 2017 • By

Wearing: Vintage Disney tee, Zara skirt, shoes and bag, Vintage rings 

Gingham everything. All the time. In every color. It is everywhere, have you noticed?

It is truly no longer solely used for picnic blankets and Southern Living editorials, and I have to say, I’m jumped in with both feet on this trend. I love when it has the preppiness taken out of it, or is balanced with edgier or bohemian pieces. I can count at least 5 gingham items in my closet and a handful of abandoned online shopping carts full of gingham too.

Here are some other (mostly) low-cost gingham things I’ve been eyeing. I missed the window on this one and am kicking myself about it! (Spoiler alert: ASOS is basically gingham Mecca.)

Reformation Tropicana One Piece
Clayton Gingham Top
ASOS Jumpsuit
ASOS Beach Shorts
ASOS Tie Back Maxi
Madewell Central Shirt

Enjoy!

-Madison

Photos by: Robert Paine