From the story:
"It always kind of felt like ours," says fashion and lifestyle blogger Noelani Zervas of her 1928 brick Tudor. After a patient three-year search for a home with her husband, Michael, Zervas almost gave up until they found this house in Milton, Massachusetts, a town just south of Boston. "The house was empty but had good bones," Zervas says. Rumored to be built by the New England family behind Eddy Refrigerators, a 19th-century icebox producer, the house has a complete steel frame and ceiling beams throughout. "The house just needed some TLC, paint and someone with a little vision to pull it all together," she says.
Houzz at a Glance
Size: 2,600 square feet; 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
That's interesting: All of the doors, knobs and cabinets were custom made for a left-handed person.
Tower of Paulette's macarons: Get. In. My. Belly.
I am particularly fond of the linen clutch above and those colors! A sneak peak from Longchamp's soon to come spring collection.
Titled: Sassy Face & Champagne
If you look closely at the background of this photo you just might spy Mr. MPChouChou in a rare blog appearance!
Images (as labeled): Hogger & Co
Just a quick recap of the Neiman Marcus X Longchamp event I hosted in December (I know, I know, better late than never).
As usual, I am terrible at photo documenting the event myself, a random few Instagram shots aside, so I am relying heavily on the fabulous photography of Smita Jacob, at Hogger & Co.
I particularly liked my outfit from that night (*note to self, be more efficient while taking outfit photos), which was entirely made up of articles from the depths of my closet. An eons old skirt via Zara, even older top from Ann Taylor, bow belt from H&M and some fancy nude Miu Miu heels. Sometimes all it takes is a fresh perspective to reinvent a few items you've owned for years and realize they were made for each other.
Thank you kindly to everyone who came out!
The night was a smashing success, with decadent macarons from Paulette's (flown in from San Francisco!)....I had to sample each and every flavor. The luxe Longchamp Veau Foulonne tote was won by my pal Mariah, felicitations!
Again, thank you for coming out, it was so lovely to see so many familiar faces and meet a lot of new ones!