Ludlow suit, chambray shirt and knit tie for a pop of Spring.

Ludlow suit, chambray shirt and knit tie for a pop of Spring.

mmmmm — Bourbon Rosemary Fizz.
Enjoy the beautiful weather with sun, family and Bulleit Bourbon. Happy Easter!
Grab a sprig of fresh rosemary, half a lemon and 1 TSP. of sugar — muddle it. Add ice cubes and 1 OZ. of Bourbon. Shake.
Pour the mix into a glass with ice. Top up with Ginger Ale/seltzer. Garnish with a rosemary sprig and lemon.

mmmmm — Bourbon Rosemary Fizz.

Enjoy the beautiful weather with sun, family and Bulleit Bourbon. Happy Easter!

Grab a sprig of fresh rosemary, half a lemon and 1 TSP. of sugar — muddle it. Add ice cubes and 1 OZ. of Bourbon. Shake.

Pour the mix into a glass with ice. Top up with Ginger Ale/seltzer. Garnish with a rosemary sprig and lemon.

… and then I turned 27.

So much fun celebrating with my beau last night. Now off to brunch and wine tasting with the gang.

… and then I turned 27.

So much fun celebrating with my beau last night. Now off to brunch and wine tasting with the gang.

Excited to have made Digiday’s list! Below is my interview.
 “Ranking of the 10 Most Influential Male Pinners”
"While Rossetti works at a marketing agency, his dream is to strike out on his own as a fashion writer. To that end, he keeps an self-titled fashion blog and uses Pinterest to drive traffic there. He launched his Pinterest profile in mid-2009, back when the platform was still invite-only. “I saw it as an opportunity to put all the things I was looking at on blogs and categorize them,” he told Digiday.
From the outset, his Pinterest page was focused on menswear. “I was specific in what I was pinning, and I’ve stuck to that.” But it wasn’t until 2013 that Rossetti transitioned from curating menswear styles to taking original fashion photos and posting them to his Pinterest page. He has been featured on GQ’s fashion blog The GQ Eye and by Pinterest itself in a “pinterview.” The popularity of his Pinterest page and blog has lead to some fashion reporting opportunities. Vineyard Vines and jewelry brand Giles & Brother invited him to cover their upcoming collection debuts, and Banana Republic sent Rossetti free samples from its “Mad Men” last fall.”
Click the photo to read the complete list.

Excited to have made Digiday’s list! Below is my interview.


“Ranking of the 10 Most Influential Male Pinners”

"While Rossetti works at a marketing agency, his dream is to strike out on his own as a fashion writer. To that end, he keeps an self-titled fashion blog and uses Pinterest to drive traffic there. He launched his Pinterest profile in mid-2009, back when the platform was still invite-only. “I saw it as an opportunity to put all the things I was looking at on blogs and categorize them,” he told Digiday.

From the outset, his Pinterest page was focused on menswear. “I was specific in what I was pinning, and I’ve stuck to that.” But it wasn’t until 2013 that Rossetti transitioned from curating menswear styles to taking original fashion photos and posting them to his Pinterest page. He has been featured on GQ’s fashion blog The GQ Eye and by Pinterest itself in a “pinterview.” The popularity of his Pinterest page and blog has lead to some fashion reporting opportunities. Vineyard Vines and jewelry brand Giles & Brother invited him to cover their upcoming collection debuts, and Banana Republic sent Rossetti free samples from its “Mad Men” last fall.”

Click the photo to read the complete list.

Spring calls for some paisley & denim —

Spring calls for some paisley & denim —

Great day with the family. Went on a hike at Kent Falls State Park. Here are some shots of the amazing waterfalls on the way to the top.

Spring has sprung, and with it some pop of color.

Two of my stylish co-workers were rocking pops of green to step up their shoe game for the Spring. What color are you popping now that Spring is here?

Sunday fun day — casual menswear.

— tee via J.Crew

— cardigan via Banana Republic

— jeans via Gap, custom embellishment

— personal bracelets, Giles & Brother

My heart belongs to NYC — after Billy of course. 

Stroll through Hell’s Kitchen.

My heart belongs to NYC — after Billy of course.

Stroll through Hell’s Kitchen.

Billy’s weekend look

— jacket, shirt and pants via Gap

— belt via vineyard vines

— shoes via SeaVees