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Montauk Neighborhood Guide

c/o Calypso St. Barth sweater Before we moved out of the city last year, I worked with one of my favorite brands, Calypso St. Barth, to bring you a Meatpacking District Neighborhood Guide. This summer, we teamed up again to give you a peek into this summer’s hottest hotspot at the very tip of Long Island: Montauk, NY. Montauk Neighborhood Guide: – Montauk Yacht Club for a nautical atmosphere – … Read the post >>

The Turkish Steps in Sicily

Sicily in Photos

While we were in Sicily, my dad and I spent a lot of time talking about La Dolce Vita, the Italian way of life that’s more laid back, indulgent, and generally beautiful. Although we’re Italian by blood (Fun fact: My maiden name is Argenti), we are certainly not living la dolce vita every day of the year. We save it for vacations and holidays. Although we … Read the post >>

Bathing at Turkish Steps

The Turkish Steps

Mara Hoffman swimsuit, c/o Eric Javits hat Sicily is a beautiful island, but nothing so far has compared to the beauty of the Turkish Steps (Scala dei Turchi).  The steps are sparkling white rocks, jutting out into the Mediterranean Sea. From afar, it looks like stairs, hence the name. Back in the day, Arab pirates (referred to as Turks) anchored their boats here to protect them … Read the post >>


Donna Franca

c/o Maggy London dress, Coach bag (similar), Madewell sandals, Ray Ban sunglasses, c/o Asha ring Ciao from Italia! We arrived in Sicily on Saturday afternoon and have packed in so many amazing experiences and meals that it was really hard to pick which post would come first. On Sunday night, we drove out to the breathtaking Baglio Donna Franca hotel and vineyards for a tour of … Read the post >>

Sicily Packing List

Sicily Packing List

Striped Shirt / Nectarine Blossom Perfume / Clutch / Shirt Dress / Wedges / Bikini / Monogrammed Bracelet / Sundress / Hat When my family and I were planning my 30th birthday trip to Sicily last Christmas, it felt like it was so far off into the future. It snuck up on us and although I have a really hard time with letting go of work … Read the post >>

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A Weekend in Bermuda

It’s both shocking and amazing that such an insanely beautiful tropical paradise is only a 90 minute flight from New York City. Bermuda is close enough that you can easily take a Summer Friday off of work and jet down to the island, but far enough that it feels like you’re in a totally different world. Anel and I had such a great weekend so I … Read the post >>

Bermuda Packing List

Bermuda Packing List

Dress / Panama Hat / Bathing Suit / Flamingo Skirt / Tassel Earrings / Pink Pumps / Pink Necklace / White Denim Shorts / Striped Tunic Because we have so much travel coming up in the next few weeks, I’ve been even more hyper-organized than usual with my packing lists and travel prep. When I was pulling together looks last night, I realized that everything … Read the post >>


Guide to Connecticut

I haven’t even lived in Connecticut for a full year yet and still feel like such a newbie, but when Town & Country asks you to create a local travel guide, you do it! Over the past 8 months, I’ve already discovered my g0-to restaurants, bars, and shops. I’ve gotten a lot of questions about what to do and where to eat in Fairfield County (made … Read the post >>