Rachael Wang is a woman who knows exactly who she is. This sense of self is even more evident in her sartorial choices. They are purposeful, practical, and even vegan. This California native now runs Rachael Wang Studio, a creative consulting agency in New York. Read on to find out how her style has morphed over the years and her adherence to a vegan lifestyle.
Tyler and myself have been together for 6 (feels like 17) years. At the end of this year we will have attended 28 weddings together (I know, he’s a real social butterfly with too many friends) and from sitting in attendance at all those weddings, this is what I’ve learned:
Getting married is one of the bravest choices we can make as humans because it involves choosing to love something that death can touch.
So how does one get dressed (or armor themselves) for one of the bravest moments of their life?
Well, our contributing writer, Maura Walters, asked four duos (including our very own Caitlin!) who all got married at City Hall, what kind of planning and coordination went into their outfits for the big day.
In terms of pomp and circumstance, these weddings were the opposite of what we all saw this past weekend in England, but the coolest thing about weddings is that no mater the size or cost of celebration, in the end it’s just two people pledging their love and lives to another. That takes guts. And a whole lot of love.
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You know those specific pieces of clothing you long for? The ones that you think, if I had “x” in my closet all my sartorial problems would be — poof — solved. I call them the “if only’s” because whenever you think of them it begins with a wistful “if only…”