I am a firm believer that fashion, beauty, and life in general should be fun; so eat that doughnut, wear a bold lip color and pull on some sequined leggings. (I’ll let you in on a little secret; confidence truly is the key to pulling off any look.) That being said, I bring you my third and last look in my t-shirt series. And if anyone tells you leggings can’t be glamorous, just show them these babies.
As promised, I am bringing you a second look using my go-to Asos Forever T-Shirt (here). Today’s look features the grey shirt and some serious fringe. This outfit is more laid back than the last, so I figured I would spice it up with some fun accessories.
Whenever I make a purchase, I try and think “What are three outfits I can wear this with?” If I find myself struggling with the answer, I know it’s maybe not a smart buy. This week I thought I’d show you three very different looks with my favorite fashion must have. All three looks are based around this three pack of t-shirts from Asos. I have owned many plain t-shirts in my life but none have given me the perfect combination of fit, opaqueness, and comfort like these.
Working and living in New York City has definitely left it’s mark on me. I walk a little faster, (jaywalk anytime I can), I am un-phased by any weird smells on the street, and I have a strong affinity for dressing in all black. But recently, I’ve started to embrace adding color to my all-black outfits.
Before this weekend, I was a Saratoga newbie. My boyfriend on the other hand, has visited many time before, especially in the summer to visit the track on race days. The town is less than three hour ride from Westchester, New York and lined with gorgeous autumn trees.
Fall is hands down my favorite of all the seasons. Maybe it’s the Fall fashion, or maybe it’s because Fall’s major holiday is centered around food. (Thank you Thanksgiving!) Either way, I love this time of year. Bring on the pumpkin flavored everything!!
Today I’m talking about galleries in New York City. Specifically the David Zwirner gallery in Chelsea. And if you ask me, its definitely something New Yorkers don’t take enough advantage of. Exhibits change every few months or so, and most of them are –get ready for it– free! Yes, you heard right, free.
This weekend we celebrated another friends birthday at Paradou in NYC for brunch. Anything that involves french toast or mimosas and I’m there! Continue reading Blush Suede for Brunch..
So excited to publish my first post here on Prints and Pouts! And before we begin, let me thank you for reading! Continue reading Prints and Wine-Stained Pouts..