What a year! Before the clock strikes midnight in a couple days, and 2016 is upon us- I’ve rounded up some of the top posts from 2015, in no particular order. Wishing you and yours a safe and Happy New Year.
The year started with a tour of what I affectionately call “the green room”. Our former home office/guestroom that has since been turned into a nursery.
A visit to the Remi Canarie showroom for a chat with emerging designers Lisa Rigney and Liz Patelski had me rethinking my entire wardrobe.
I camouflaged a growing baby bump in some of my favorite wardrobe staples, that have worked before, during and after pregnancy.
I sat down to interview Olympic gold medalist Meryl Davis at the Four Seasons, and talked about the surprising connection we have from years ago.
After being asked over and over again why I chose blogging over a legal career for the time being, I wrote a full post answering the age old question “How do bloggers make money?”.
Hallie and I headed over to 900 N. Michigan for a showroom tour and interview with designer Azeeza Khan.
My favorite home tour to date happened in 2015 and was Matt Carollo’s eclectic rental apartment. Spoiler alert: It’s insanely gorgeous!
You guys went crazy pinning and sharing this recipe for zucchini noodles and avacado pesto.
Designer, Rebecca Minkoff, and I chatted about what she keeps in her iconic handbags and more.
I had an amazing opportunity to collaborate with Marchesa on three different posts, in three gorgeous gowns.
Our entryway got a fresh coat of paint and a much needed makeover, after previously being decorated with souvenirs from my bachelorette party- yikes. See the whole transformation here.
Perez Hilton, the self proclaimed Queen of all Media, and I talked about pop culture from Madonna to Kylie Jenner in a really fun interview. He couldn’t have been nicer!
I shared a few of Connor’s newborn photos and rounded up a list of all my favorite baby products for a huge giveaway.
Nine By Design’s Courtney Novogratz shared some of her favorite design secrets, as well as tips for increasing the value of your home.
[All photos taken by Hallie Duesenberg unless noted otherwise.]