Everyone has a unique body type which influences the way we dress and style ourselves. It’s important to know and understand the features you want to highlight and divert attention from so you can shop smarter and buy pieces that will look flattering on. Here’s how to dress for your unique body type.
I‘m one to buy into trends, but I try to stay away from pieces everyone buys and wears. That means one of the things I do is look out for under the radar brands that no one is paying attention to. I wanted to make today’s post all about up and coming handbag brands that are barely scratching the surface.
NYFW Day 5 was another quick and easy one, but contained several of my favorite shows (i.e. Phillip Lim and Anna Sui). In spirit of Valentine’s Day, I went with a fun color combination I saw all over the shows this season: Red + Pink!
I‘ve talked about logistics being a nightmare during fashion week. The biggest issue is that once a show ends everyone flocks to the next location as fast as they can. After several seasons now, I’ve learned to navigate fashion week efficiently – and of course, none other than Uber is the best way to get around during NYFW!
As fashion week draws to a close, my schedule starts to feel less crammed. NYFW Day 4 was much more easy-going than the other two days. I hit it off with Tibi and ended with Tanya Taylor.
After a full day’s worth of events trekking through the brutal temperatures, I’m so tired, but fashion week is one of those moments where you just have to be ready to go all the time. I’m recapping NYFW Day 2 and highlighting my favorite shows and presentations.