The quintessential English garden is perhaps the most beautiful sort of garden in the world. Intentionally wild and rambling with an intense rustic charm, they are bursting with floral bounty and are a source of endless inspiration. Here are a few of my favorites...
Jacket: Burberry (similar) Dress: Xander Shirtdress ℅ Shoes: Tory Burch (purchased in October n/a on website) Bag: Louis Vuitton (Custom colors: Ivoire and Vert Clair) Gloves: Club Monaco Hat: J.Crew Factory (similar) Glasses: Miu Miu Belt: Madewell Sadie: Jacket: Zara Shirt: Brooks Brothers Skirt: Topshop (also love this one) Location: The Orchard in Newport, RI (Lila Delaman) Cars: Oxford Motorcars
“Built in 1980 While the Modernists were at their peak, busily ruining towns and cities with their soulless eyesores, architect Quinlan Terry was creating new houses in the Classical tradition. Terry designed this house in Gloucestershire, England”
Many things can shape a city—its culture, history, social life, or food scene. But perhaps the most distinctive feature would be architecture. Some buildings can completely fascinate you with their astonishing design and pure aesthetics. Through careful urban planning and understanding of the cultural background, the structure of a city can carry you through time while still leaving you in a very particular place.