Nov 042016
 

I’m not embarrassed to admit it…I repeat outfits. It’s not like I wear the same exact set of clothes everyday, but when there’s a shirt I like that looks really great with that one pair of jeans, I’m not afraid to do a couple of re-wears. I may have a closet full of clothes, but when I love something, I’m going to wear it until it falls apart (or at least until it needs to go to the cleaners).

Today I sported an outfit that I wore around this time last year (view post here). In my mind, it’s a fall must. I will definitely be repeating this outfit…probably next week. Or tomorrow. Don’t judge! Picture yourself in a Theory cashmere sweater (similar here), Rebecca Minkoff mini skirt (similar here), and over-the-knee Stuart Weitzman boots (similar here). Wouldn’t you repeat it too? When it’s around 60 degrees, you don’t even need a jacket because the cashmere will keep you nice and cozy. It was a little chilly today, but this outfit was ideal for a quick lunch two blocks away from my apartment. When winter makes its appearance, simply add black tights and your down coat when you need a break from leggings and an oversized sweater.

Do you have an outfit you love to repeat? Let me know in the comments!

 November 4, 2016
Nov 172015
 

Wow, we have a lot to catch up on you guys. Taking seven classes this semester has taken quite the toll on my life blogging time, but don’t you worry, I’m back with tons of goodies to share.

First of all, winter just snuck up on us, am I right? I thought I was going to freeze on my walk to school, but luckily I purchased this chic coat from Aritzia that saved the day.

If you don’t know what STORY is, then get ready, because it’s an absolute must for holiday shopping. Not a New Yorker? On your next visit to the City, after you walk the High Line and eat in Chelsea Market, stop in to this little shop that’s two blocks away. You won’t regret it.

Is your hair already being defeated by the soon-to-be cold weather? Head to Bleu Sur Bleu for a quick conditioning treatment ASAP. Only $50 for a blowout and treatment – results speak for themselves, trust.

Stay tuned for more coming soon!

 November 17, 2015
Jun 032015
 

Don’t lie- I know that you kick yourself everyday for quitting ballet when you were 5. The gracefulness of ballerinas just can’t be copied and takes a ton of dedication, which you forfeited when you wanted to play soccer instead.

Luckily, you have another shot! Well, of watching a ballet, that is. Close enough, right?

Going to the ballet at Lincoln Center is an experience on a completely different level that you can only get when you see it first hand. The costumes, the choreography and the music create an incredible evening.

I was fortunate enough to be taken with a friend, where we sat in the third row of orchestra and were by far the youngest girls there. Now we are looking into getting season tickets. It was quite the night!

Seeing a ballet is the perfect solution for when you are in need of some inspiration, or just want to enjoy a a special treat!

Check the schedule and buy tickets here: http://www.nycballet.com/Season-Tickets/default.aspx

 June 3, 2015
May 282015
 

Wow, it’s been a while! The end of my sophomore year was as crazy as Chelsea Market during lunch time, on a Saturday. As if studying for finals and finishing projects wasn’t enough, searching for a part time summer job was also a main priority.

Luckily, everything always works out, so I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be interning at Alison Lou Jewelry as well as working at a children’s boutique, My Little Sunshine.

Since all the pieces of my summer puzzle are coming together, I’ve had some time to do a little research, on what’s trending for summer, of course.

The “Summer Series” will include posts about what should be on everyone’s must have list for summer 2015. Anything from shoes, sales, where to eat, fun actives and more will be mentioned.

I can’t wait to share my findings with you! Happy summer!

 May 28, 2015
Feb 142015
 

Yesterday I was fortunate enough to go to my first seated fashion show at NYFW. A generous professor of mine reached out to me asking if I would be interested in attending a show, so of course I was over the moon and accepted. The show was Mark and Estel.

When I got to Lincoln Center, I was a little confused, but found my way to the line for the show. Once inside, I was greeted and brought to my seat- in the FRONT ROW. So, on top of this being my first seated show, I was seated in the perfect location. On my seat there was a little gift bag filled with goodies, which never hurts!

Eventually the show started and I couldn’t contain my excitement. The lights dimmed, music played, and boom, model after model- each had a better strut than the other.

When it was time for the finale, Mark and Estel came out and sang as the models did their last walk. It was quite the experience.

**Special thanks to Professor Gross for giving me this awesome opportunity!

 February 14, 2015