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"When I was writing, it was necessary for me to read after I had written, to keep my mind from going on with the story I was working on. If you kept thinking about it, you would lose the thing that you were writing before you could go on with it the next day….
I had learned already, never to empty the well of my writing; but always, to stop when there was still something there, in the deep part of the well, and let it refill at night from the springs that fed it." Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast
Such elegant words from a book that I enjoy reading again and again. A Moveable Feast never fails to instantly transport me to my favorite streets in Paris. That's the wonderful thing about books; they can transport you, anywhere.
I'm certainly not writing a literary masterpiece, but I enjoy sharing my thoughts on style. I find sartorial inspiration in so many things; so it's important to have a place to deconstruct and make sense of it all. I eat, sleep and breathe the subtitles that to me, make fashion so compelling.
I'm grateful to have readers who constantly challenge me to write concisely about something I'm so passionate about. It never fails; your comments and thoughts inspire me and make this blog a true conversation.
Here's to many more style conversations!