NYFW Double Flair | Crop Top + Pleather Skirt

Hey everyone! This week has gone by pretty quickly but that’s because I took off Monday as well for NYFW. Today’s a somber day for obvious reasons and usually a time to reflect back on 9-11. Crazy how many years have passed by since then and how one day just changed the lives of so many. I’m sure many of you remembered vividly what you did that day and so did I. The day we will never forget, but the day that made us all come together and be unified as one country.

Ok, now on a lighter note. 🙂 This time around for NYFW, it kinda snuck up on me so I didn’t really prepare to go to any shows. I did have events to go up for and attended more intimate showroom settings, which I kinda preferred, because you really get to see the items up-close and personal and talk to the folks behind the brand. Last year was a bit hectic but fun which you can read here, here and here. I think I will try to go for winter one and see how that fares. I hear it’s less crowded, which is always a plus.

Anyways, I wore this outfit below for Rewardstyle’s roof top party at Empire hotel and probably the last time that I would be able to bring out this bag before storing away for the winter. I’m glad that I was able to get enough use out of it for the spring/summer. I’ve been trying to edit my closet down every so often and really keep items that I would get most use. It just doesn’t make sense to keep items that I don’t use often and let them take up space in the closet. I think it might be time for another edit–my sisters usually like when that happens. 😛

Outfit: Clover Canyon top (another cute version) // Express skirt (old/similar) // Vince Camuto sandals (similar version here) // Saint Laurent bag (love this blue version for fall) // Pandora moonlit ring set (old) // Burberry watch // David Yurman bracelet // Ray-Ban sunnies // photo by Mona

Many thanks to Mona for helping me grab these photos! I’ve been asked quite often on who takes my photos and as you can see, it’s pretty random. I typically would ask my sisters whenever I see them or ask friends who could help. Of course, to keep the photos consistent, I’m the one who edits them before they go up on blog so they will always have the same look and style.

Anyways, I hope you enjoyed this post and thanks for reading as always.


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