It’s cold, dammit

Dear Weather, You want to bring out the big guns, huh?  Well here’s little old me hitting you with my best shot.  Fire away. With(out) affection, Wardrobe Whisperer

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The Therapeutic Pumpkin

Halloween is shaping up to be terrifying this year – but not for reasons you might guess.  My list of Halloween Horrors 2017: Having a meeting in the epicenter of Halloween shenanigans: the West Village (I have one tomorrow!) The general lack of courteousness and, more to the point, SOBRIETY in the West Village The […]

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In It to Pin It

A few years back I was hired to style a finance expert who regularly appears on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, CNBC, Bloomberg, etc.  What I learned while working with her is that, although they supply commentators with nada wardrobe-wise, these networks are relentless with their wardrobe requests.  One news giant (allow me to be evasive) […]

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Snow suit or swim suit? I think you know my answer.

For the briefest of moments this morning I considered acting like a normal mom and going to the grocery store to stock up on bread and milk.  Then I remembered I’m not normal and bought a swimsuit instead.  This beautiful Zimmerman suit to be exact.  I subscribe to the mode of thought that when Life […]

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Brim Witted

Some weeks I have the same conversation all week long but with each of my clients individually.  The good news is that I’m equipped for this since I have a 6 and a 4 year old and have the same conversation with each of them pretty much every hour. This past week it was about […]

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Hung by the chimney with care…

And now it’s time for some unsolicited advice from Wardrobe Whisperer (incidentally this seems the only type of advice I’ve been giving these days): If a man is paying a visit to your home, at no point does he want to view ratty old stockings.  And when I reference men this, of course, includes Santa.  […]

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You can be selfish…or you can take selfies

Not everything that happens in the elevator of an investment bank is as nefarious as John Lefevre’s 2015 @GSElevator book Straight to Hell would have you believe.  In fact, I have proof of the opposite.  One of my most favorite banking clients uses his elevator time not to discuss deviance, debauchery, and billion-dollar deals (the […]

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How To Style A Pumpkin

I learned a few critical things this year at my annual pumpkin carving party: When in doubt, cut it out Apple cider and amaretto is the nectar of the gods It is way more fun to carve a design than to scrape a design into your pumpkin as I did this year (above) This song […]

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The Essential Weekender

It has not even been two full weeks since school has let out and I already feel worn thin.  God bless you, teachers of the world, for dealing with our kids and their hyperactivity most days of the year.  When I’m not working, I find myself casting about for fun activities on a minute-to-minute basis […]

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Plantar Fascism/itis

If you are a believer in everything-happens-for-a-reason (this type of kool-aid is typically not my flavor) then perhaps your interpretation of my getting plantar fasciitis is somewhat sunnier than mine. Mine, of course, is that it’s a cruel, cruel world that decides a wardrobe stylist should no longer wear high heels. It makes me feel […]

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