All of yesterday and last night I spent with Glamour Magazine celebrating their 2017 Women of the Year. Some of the most inspiring women around the world came together to share their stories. I feel so honored that I was invited to attend, and humbled by the incredible women who sat in the same room with me. Today, I am doing a quick roundup of what I wore and later on will share more on the full day.
Maybe it is the New Yorker in me, but all black outfits are my thing. I love the minimalistic look and the way they can be dressy without feeling too overdone. The simplicity of the look is easy to accessories and can transition from day to night.
Holiday Cocktail Party Outfit
Since this season typically calls for holiday cocktail parties, I thought this would be a great alternative for to the traditional skirt and blouse combination. My top is one of my favorite designers, Cinq a Sept. I paired it with casual black denim jeans.It’s slightly warmer and looks just as nice. I paired my favorite Skagen accessories to match the minimalist look. The boots I found many years ago, I’ll try to link similar options below! What holiday events are you attending this year? Anything you need help styling? Let me know in the comments!
I have been really feeling wide leg pants this season. Last year it was leather pencil skirts, this year it is total comfort. I don’t know what encouraged this shift, but I am running with it. I paired a sleeveless turtleneck with the loose fitted pants to give a little bit of skin to a very covered and baggy look. To stay warm between venues, I’d pair a faux fur coat on top. Typically holiday parties are cozy warm inside, and I am perfect in this look. For shoes, I went with white mule loafers but heels are another options. Especially if it is an evening event, I’d wear a fun pair of heels to show off the look.
Happy November, Family! I am so excited for the fresh start to the new month. So many goodies are coming your way. I am eager to share with you. Today is a fun post on the coolest color to rock this fall. I have been on this trend since April, and so pumped to see many other fashion bloggers diving in. Want to know what’s trending? Keep reading!
But before we talk about that popular color. Take a look at the new menu bar! There have been some overnight changes. As you may notice, my attention is shifting to primaryily fashion. I thought long and hard about this but at the end of the day my expertise is in fashion and that’s where I can really help the most. I also added the HOLIDAY SHOP! Woohoo, the holiday season is officially here. I think that’s partly why I am so pumped for the new month, I can finally immerse into Thanksgiving and Christmas cheer. The Holiday Shop is a place you can visit at all times to find gifts for Men, Women, and Hosts.
This is my last NYFW post for the Spring Summer 2018 season. It was a wild ride this year, I enjoyed many shows and saw countless beautiful garments! Today I wanted to share my highlights and personal looks via videos I made using the Glance App.
Labor day weekend usually hosts a slew of all white parties to signify the end of summer and celebrate the fun we all had. I created a really simple all white look that is appropriate for many types of parties. Either a brunch, day party, or a cocktail party if you add heels. I hope you enjoy the look! Here is how to recreate it.
Simple All White Labor Day Look
Along with the color yellow (see post here), red has been a big summer favorite. When I saw this red summer dress at H&M, I instantly fell in love. It reminded me of what the “it” girls wore in the 90s. I was too young to wear anything like it quite yet but always was in awe by how cool the ribbed jersey cotton dresses were. I also remember being enamored by the tiny ruffled detailings when I was a kid. So when I saw that this dress combined all my favorite essential 90s style picks, I had to get it.
Recently, I was invited to Banana Republic to host a style party! A group of amazing influencers along with myself modeled beautiful summer styles. The party took place at the Fifth Avenue location of Banana Republic here in New York City. I had so much fun and wanted to share with all of you what the event was like!
Last night, I was fortunate to attend the third presentation of Shorties by Condé Nast Traveler. I attended the event last year (check it out here!) and became enamored with the magazine, as well as the concept of one-minute video journeys around the world. Traveling is one of the greatest investment a person can make. The memories continue to grow over time, and your outlook on life changes almost drastically by being exposed to new cultures and traditions. There is something that is, for lack of better words, magical and feeds the soul when you travel.