Floridian Fall

Floridian Fall means welcoming low-eighties temps with open arms and your favorite pair of jeans. The cool breezes may still be eluding us, but we're more than ready to start rocking the rich tones and longer hemlines that Fall fashion so loves. Break out your strongest pumpkin spice candle and head to Momni for the… Continue reading Floridian Fall

Hallway Haute

Photos and writing by Mara Strobel-Lanka. Back to school shopping has been my favorite excuse for makeover moments since my first day of kindergarten. I may not be in school anymore, but I still love seeing Moms and Daughters wander into the shop looking for the perfect pieces to start the (school) year afresh. With… Continue reading Hallway Haute

I Got It From My Mama

Written by Janeca Cua. Edited by Mara Strobel-Lanka. Where do I even begin? My mother is such a wonderful, selfless human being that I'm blessed to have in my life. If it weren't for her I wouldn't be the person I am today. With her guidance and knowledge, I am molded into a successful, young… Continue reading I Got It From My Mama

Summer Growth Spurts

I've started calling this season "The Summer of Big Girl Decisions," named for the surplus of opportunities to make choices that change the course of my life. As I approach the laughably young year of 22, I've attempted (blunderingly) to take ownership of the things and places I do and go. It's a task I've… Continue reading Summer Growth Spurts

Passport Perspective

Written by Chloe Lyden. Edited by Mara Strobel-Lanka. Over the past few years, I have developed a love for airplanes. Not the cramped, smelly, delayed situations, but the experience an airplane allows to its passengers. After countless flights in the past few years, I manage to get the same, proud, blissful feeling in every seat… Continue reading Passport Perspective

Renaissance Woman

At first glance the Renaissance woman has been a romanticized figure in history. The porcelain paintings of upper class damsels sum up her original role quite well: to be seen, not to be heard, not to be louder than the grandiose men of her time. Rare queens gave the Renaissance woman images of power and… Continue reading Renaissance Woman