Design,  Fashion,  Interiors

Lighten Up


I had a few inches chopped from my mane this week.  My hair usually reaches the middle of

my back, so now that it’s skimming my collarbone, I feel lighter, brighter, betterI’ve embraced all

things cumbersome the last several years – heavy fabrics, chunky jewelry, pattern on pattern – and I

think I’ve had enough.  I’m ready to streamline and elevate my fashions, my interiors, my entire sense

of style.  The layering, the eccentric colors; I’ve loved it all.  But it may be time to move on … for now













Tricia xo




row one: Mathias Dahlgren, Aerin Lauder, Hotel Claude Passart, Plaza Tower Atlanta

row two: Loop Candelabra, Katie Leede & Company, Chris Benz resort 2011, Sills Huniford

row three: Lady Grey, Loewe Fall 2010, Nestor Santa-Cruz, Koton Fall 2010





  • Victoria

    Every Post is shaping up so nicely!Would love to see more the whole beauty of that divine House and stair!the Interiors as well!thanks for sharing :)

  • Tricia

    So nice to hear from you Leah! I checked out baby Safford on your blog. I love his name, his nursery – so darling. I’m still feeling the need to lighten up, so hopefully it will translate in my designs and on my blog. I hope to see you at another blogger event when you baby Saf gets a little bigger. T xo

  • Bonnie Huntley

    Can’t wait to see a pic of the new, lighter you. When you’re 5’7, blond and slim, you can do both well!
    I like the lesser – jewelry and otherwise – statement. Seems a little classier – and lends itself to the
    clarity in living we all need. LY BLou

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