All posts tagged: clothes

Queen of Coney Island: Outfit of the Day

Happy Wednesday! Because I am in between the end of school and the beginning of interning (I got an internship doing paralegal work at a small corporation!), I’m finding ways to spend time without actually working. Before my boyfriend leaves for LA to do movie things, we went to Coney Island for some sunshine and funnel cakes. I’ve never done “Outfit of the Day” posts before, mostly because so far I’ve only posted in winter, when my uniform consists of a down coat and barely-salvaged-by-high-heeled Uggs. I bought this coordinate outfit at Necessary Clothing, a local boutique in NY with an online store as well. And no outfit is complete without a sorority tote and a bag of cotton candy. “A Twist of Lime” flip flops are Kate Spade, found at Marshall’s for $20! XO, Julia

Lookbook: Julia Poodle Youtube Channel!

Hello, my lovelies! I just wanted to share with you all that I have created a youtube channel and just posted my first Lookbook. There will be 4 girls: Eleanor, Lola, Rose, and Thisbe. This first look is Eleanor. I would love it if any youtubers subscribed! (I have no idea what I’m doing.) Love you all! xo, Julia

Color Me 60’s

Hello lovelies!! All photography by Oliver Finley. The first look features a Modcloth coat, a vintage muff, and a Marshall’s infinity scarf, all faux fur. The second is the most inexpensive look, with both sunglasses and faux fur coat from Forever 21. Skirt from H&M. The third look boasts a colorful handmade coat from a Brooklyn flea market. Love you all!! xo, Julia

Cookie Carnival

        Bonjour mes amis! And happy holidays! Celebrate with 2 new variations of Christmas cookies and serve with champagne over tangerine or pomegranate sorbet. To decorate cookies, section off vanilla cookies and color. Use colored dough to create christmas trees and candy canes. Cover dark chocolate cookies with powdered sugar! I will post DIY gifts tomorrow, and thanks to winter break, I’m cooking up homemade bath concoctions out of household ingredients! Joyeux Noel! xo, Julia