one look, two ways: blazers in spring, pt. 1

As Katie noted yesterday, we love a lot of the same things but wear them completely differently – I have more of a penchant for color and prints than our fair lady of neutrals. And because her legs are as long as they come and mine give “petite” a whole new meaning, we thought it would be helpful interesting  humorous to add a new feature here on TKC where we take one look and style it two ways – the short and tall way; the colorful and the monochrome way; the Lynsey and the Katie way. So if it wasn’t already painfully obvious, this is the start of that.


friends who blog together, stay together

In case you haven’t noticed, a lot of our articles around here are written by the proverbial “we.” No this isn’t some adaptation of the royal we, and no we haven’t confused our pronouns. We use the word “we” because there is more than one of us around here. In fact, there is a whole slew of sneaker-clad ladies hanging out in the TKC offices offering up their insights on everything from distressed denim to juice cleanses (and we are more badass because of them). That being said, in most cases, “we” refers to “us” – two friends (Katie Cassidy and Lynsey Eaton) who founded TKC based on a mutual love for fashion and running our mouths. Having given it much thought (and after receiving more than our fair share of questions on the subject), we thought it high time we made it clear just who “we” are.  In our own words, or in this case, each other’s.


what would khaleesi wear?

As an avid fan of Game of Thrones (please tell me I am not the only one whose Sundays just got a lot more unavailable…), let’s just say I am more than OK with fashion’s current obsession with the HBO series. But this is coming from a girl who has told her mother on more than one occasion that she was born in the wrong time period. Call me crazy, but I think I would have made an excellent medieval times royal (or someone else fancy but to a slightly lesser degree). I mean seriously, though. This body was made for petticoats.

That said, I am mostly not serious. I don’t want to live in a world full of masochism, undeserving narcissistic teen leaders, sadistic on the spot slaughtering and zero women’s rights. Not to mention semi-unpalatable food (but if you want to go ahead and pass out wine with every meal, don’t let me stop you…).