Gtrot Travel Tip: What To Wear, Where

Wondering what to wear, where? Your travel outfit should be comfortable and wrinkle-resistant. Skip the belts and heavy jewelry for airline security – you’ll only annoy your fellow travelers by slowing the line. If you wear an outer layer, make sure it’s easy to remove. Security will be simpler, and you won’t be stuck sweating on an overheated plane. If...

Read More»

6 Universally Flattering Pieces

Trends come and go, but time after time I find myself reaching for several essentials that have been a part of my work wardrobe for quite some time now.  These pieces have a few things in common: classic, chic, clean lines, and universally flattering.  Such pieces can be found in a variety of cuts to fit any conceivable body type...

Read More»

Wondering How To Reach Your Wellness Goals? Our Resident Health Coach, Samantha, Weighs In!

  Happy New Year! Today it is 12 degrees in Sag Harbor, so I think it is safe to say, winter has arrived.  To follow Ayurvedic tradition and stay warm this week, I am preparing homemade soups and hearty winter dishes, like Roasted Chicken with root veggies and Braised beef shanks with mashed cauliflower.  These heavier “winter” foods really warm...

Read More»

A Ballerina In the Office

Ever since Coco Chanel popularized the ballet flat, they have become a staple in many women’s wardrobes adding an instant polish to every outfit.   The key to wearing ballet flats to the office is to ensure that they are classic, well-structured, and not too flashy. Remember that if you do wear them to the office, your pant length should...

Read More»