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It's no secret that I've had a complicated relationship with exerciseever since I stopped competing in varsity sports when I was in high school. While I've always been able to maintain a foundational level of fitness, I have't been able to find a
This outfit is one of those uniforms that has somehow remained unchanged throughout my twenties and thirties. This time around, I traded in my go-to cropped blazer for a tuxedo-length option (that's still one of my all-time favorite finds from when
Nothing says “boutique vacation” quite like coming home to open your door with a DIY leather motel keychain, am I right?! Okay, okay so maybe a welcome cocktail or chilled eucalyptus washcloth would give you a better vacation effect, but until
I was never a firm believer in using a primer every time I put on make-up, as it felt like an unnecessary extra step after my moisturizer. But for someone who's always struggled with both dry skin and makeup that seems to slip off my face mere
You don't need to Google "relationships + happiness" to know that they're irrefutably linked—though if you do, countless studies will come up, each one providing further evidence that "loving relationships are key to happiness." And it makes sense.
I like to keep things light and fun on this site, but the current atmosphere in our country and around the world is impossible to ignore. I shared some thoughts on Charlottesville earlier this weekand after the events in Barcelona, the pervasive
On a daily basis, I wear a simple nude bra (I swear by this one) that lies flat and invisible under whatever I have on top. But occasionally I like to throw on something a little more low cut, which calls for a pretty piece of lingerie. In the case
Structured tops are having a moment—itseems like every time I look online, there's a newoff-shoulder, gingham, or bow-tiedvariation, and I couldn't be more excited. These tops (which I loosely define as anything that has an exaggeratedor
Since I got back in L.A. late Sunday night from a week-long vacation, the only thing I've wanted to "do"—or, honestly, have had the energy for—is get back into the swing of things. When I arrived at home, I planned it to coincide with a delivery
1. The brands that are actually behind Trader Joe’s snacks.2. This website makes “modern art” out of any image by simplifying it to core elements.3. Tips for wearing heels without damaging your feet.4. Why dirt is good (and why kids need
When I moved from New York to Los Angeles over a year ago, I knew there'd be a lot of things I wouldn't miss—sweaty armpits on the 6 Train, unexplained warm exhaust billowing out of sidewalk vents, my dark six-floor walkup, snow storms—but other
I prefer to live in sweaters from fall to spring, but they're one of the trickier clothing items for me to find. My chest often makes thicker ones unflattering and I've always been a hard-to-please sweater shopper. When designing the latest
At Career Contessa, we’re all about women succeeding at work, which means standing up for themselves when their coworkers and managers mistreat them. But unfortunately, workplace politics still matter, so we’re constantly tasked with deciding
It's safe to say we're big bath fans on our team. In the last few months alone, I've featured my go-to soothing bubble bath while Leslie shared the genius tray that holds a book (and a glass of wine!) while she soaks in the tub. But perhaps my
It's hard to believe that it's been almost exactly a month since Sloan started preschool, but I guess it's official now! For the past month, she's been attending school five days a week for full days—and, to my enormous relief, loving it. In the
I feel like I've been playing catch-up since we returned from our trip on Sunday evening. I didn't have the chance to get things settled like I normally do - and without time to do laundry, clean the house, buy groceries, etc. I've felt slightly
In recent years, I've almost exclusively worn dainty gold jewelry, either in the form of multiple earrings, layered necklaces, or barely-there rings. But when I had on a rather plain outfit last week, I decided to punch it up with a glitzy necklace,
Chiara Totiretraded in her lab coat for a sleek black trench when she dropped everything and moved from her hometown, Bari, Italy, to Milan to pursue a career in fashion. Moving to a fashion capital like Milan was a natural first step to break into