"Born and raised a laid-back California girl, my mom taught me the art of understated style, like a fresh white dress in summer, to let your natural beauty shine."
Less Is More
"My mom taught me that simple is better—classic, timeless clothes, little or no make up, healthy living and a good haircut is really all you need."
"My mom taught me to always show off my own individual style. Rather than wear a traditional veil to her 1974 wedding, my artist mother chose a wide-brimmed hat. Like her, when it came to my own wedding, those long veils just weren't me. Instead, I designed a vintage-inspired blusher. I look back at those magical photos and love that we both stayed true to ourselves."
"My mom was a big proponent of showing off your waist and your legs, as a way to be sexy without showing too much. And look at her great legs, why wouldn't she show them off!"
"My mother has always been a firm believer that you can be covered up and still be sexy. She grew up in a time and place where showing too much skin was unfashionable, so she learned to accentuate her petite yet curvaceous silhouette without revealing too much. Her style taught me how clean and strong lines that draw attention to the shoulders, waist, and hips can flatter an hourglass figure."