standard August 14, 2014 Leave a response

lbdiii lbdiii lbdiii lbdiii lbdiiiI can’t believe LBD week is already over. Here’s the third look. Now the other two looks were a bit more dressed up, but can easily be dressed down while this look is obviously dressed down and can be dressed up. That’s why I love LBDs – they’re so versatile. I can’t just wear plain clothes, there has to be something that draws me to them so when Madison & Berkeley sent me this dress for my birthday last fall I immediately fell in love with it and of course had to wear it with a million layers, but I was so happy to bust it out this summer. It’s so breezy and I just love the side slit (makes me feel like Angelina) and gives the dress that edge that I adore. How else is this look fun, you ask? Well, I believe the boom box explains it all.

Madison & Berkeley c/o: Dress (short, long versions)

Converse: Sneakers (cool style)

Boom Box: Necklace (similar)

Timex c/0: Watch (similar)

Photography: Limani Designs

Paris Is Burning

standard July 30, 2014 Leave a response

parisisburningparisisburning parisisburningparisisburningparisisburningA crop top plus a Paris Is Burning reference equals pure genius. Well played Madison & Berkeley, well played. Based on the last couple of posts and my clear obsession with crop tops, let’s just say this is one of my favorite tops. It is a bit riskier than Monday’s top, but like I said, when you feel comfortable about a crop then go all out. With a statement top like this, I kept the rest of the look basic black, but definitely kept the party going with both arm and neck soirées.

Paris Is Burning Crop Top: c/o Madison & Berkeley

Linen Harem Pants: Club Monaco (Similar)

Wayfarer Sunglasses: Ray-Ban

Classic Q Hillier Handbag: Marc by Marc Jacobs

Watch: Timex (Similar)

Gold Belt Bangle: Marc by Marc Jacobs (Similar)

Gold Pyramid Bracelet: Bauble Bar

Gold Chain Bracelet: Bauble Bar (Similar)

Sandals: Handmade from Rhodes, Greece (Similar)

Photography: Monica of CoS

Ten Sixty Sherman

standard July 18, 2014 Leave a response

DSC_6733DSC_6734DSC_6726DSC_6722IMG_8962IMG_8965IMG_8967The first brand that featured me was Ten Sixty Sherman. Remember this peplum? So you can just imagine my extreme joy when I visited their showroom in New York a few weeks back. It was one of my favorite experiences seeing the behind the scenes of a fashion brand. Annette was just amazing showing us around and explaining the magic that happens in every section of the showroom. It was a really fun experience and definitely unforgettable. We even got lots of goodies to take home with us too!

*Some photos courtesy of HPS.