“The Upper East Side was like something from Fitzgerald or Thackeray, teenagers acting like adults, adults acting like teenagers, guarding secrets, spreading gossip all with the trappings of truly opulent wealth. And membership into this community was so elite you couldn’t even buy your way in. It was a birthright, a birthright that I didn’t have.
Jenna Lyons’ wall of shoes (via tallgirltales)
In an interview she said that she and her son have a morning tradition: he picks her shoes and she creates her outfit around it. She has to nudge him toward practical picks if it’s, say, raining, but otherwise, it’s all up the little man.