OBSESSED WITH 3
  1. Totally chic colorblock mules from Sam Edelman
  2. A highlighter yellow purse that would look amazing with a black leather jacket
  3. Elegant rose gold watch from Larsson and Jennings. I think this is a great price point for a starter watch.
  4. The cutest iPhone case from Rifle Paper Co., which makes the most dapper stationary as well
  5. BABY MONCLER. How freaking adorable is this?
  6. A leather panel skirt that might just pass off as office-appropriate when paired with a crisp white blouse and nude heels.

obsessed with 2
  1. The cutest heart booties from DVF. Wouldn’t they be the perfect Valentine’s Day gift?
  2. Mod sunglasses by Karen Walker
  3. Stackable gold rings to look like a true fashion blogger
  4. Splurge-worthy Balenciaga cable shopper bag. Spotted on Kate Bosworth not too long ago.
  5. A perfect camel sweater. For $20.
  6. A cool lilac dip-dye faux fur throw from West Elm. I’d pair this with an ivory sofa and teal pillows for a pretty, feminine living room.
  7. Essie’s ‘Wicked’ nail polish, which makes me feel a little edgy every time I wear it.

OBSESSED WITH

1. Cool mosaic cat-eye glasses
2. Gold cuff that goes with everything
3. Wintry white coat to match the snow
4. Burgundy Valentino bag that I’ve been coveting for a while
5. Pretty floral trousers from one of my favorite stores, Reiss
6. Amethyst bookends because I’ve been on an interior design kick lately
7. Coffee table book with plenty of entertaining tips for the holidays

cuba

Obama announced today a “normalization” of relations with Cuba today after almost 50 years of the island’s isolation. He’s now set to speak with Congress about lifting the embargo on Cuba, which has been in place since Fidel Castro and his fellow communist rebels took over the country in 1961.

What does this mean for you though? Americans might finally get to travel to the biggest island in the Caribbean, which was once an enclave of U.S. tourists seeking gorgeous beaches, fancy cigars, and fancier casinos. (Right now it takes special visas, family ties to Cuba or certain student cultural programs to visit the country).

In the spirit of Cuban revival, here are a few pieces that would be perfect for a Havana getaway. And just in case that doesn’t happen for a while, they also work for St. Barth’s, Anguilla, St. Lucia and all the other gazillion Caribbean islands out there.