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NYFW Street Style

NYFW Street Style
NYFW Street Style

Well, hello fashion week, lovely to see you again!  It’s hard to believe just two days after returning from Burning Man, I’m throwing myself into Fashion Week.

I’ve spent the last week covered in dust and surrounded by beauty, outlandish expressions of identity and creativity.  The parallels of Fashion Week and Burning Man are many.  I find myself going back to Burning Man year after year to find inspiration and beauty.  The desert trek fills my heart with amazing art that people have spent their entire year building for no other reason than to share it with others, only to watch – no, celebrate – as they burn it and begin again.

Fashion Week is also about our seasonal sharing of beauty, self-expression and creativity.  I see clothing as the art we wear everyday and share with the world.  What you choose to wear says a lot about who you are and what you want to say.

With the warm weather and need to be reasonably comfortable all day, the start of this year’s New York Fashion Week called for a jumpsuit.  I’ll be honest, this jumpsuit feels like wearing PJs, which is one of the things I love most about it.  Hopefully it doesn’t look like PJs.  Top it off with a little rockstud heel and a great hat, and you’re all set and ready to conquer the week.

I’m excited to spend the next few posts sharing some of my favorite NYFW shows and moments with you.  Check back this coming Friday for my first show recap of the season.

IMG_0457 IMG_0459 IMG_0462 IMG_0463 IMG_0466 IMG_0475 IMG_0478IMG_0485Jumpsuit: Clu (similar here) (rent here) // Shoes: Valentino (rent here) // Hat: J.Crew x Patricia Underwood (similar here) (rent here) // Sunglasses: Celine (rent here) // Bag: Aeropostale (similar here) // Necklace: E.Kammeyer Accessories (rent here) // Tassel Bracelet: E.Kammeyer Accessories, Squiggle Cuff: Bergdorfs (rent here)  // Nails: Valley Nails Chelsea

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Photos by Liz Teich


NYFW Style Day 2


Welcome to day 2 of NYFW!  Otherwise known as the snow continued and so did the shows!  Now let’s be honest, fashion week is a blast but it’s not so nice on the feet.  This season I started getting sensible early.  And by sensible i mean a great sneaker.  I do still love my Isabel Marant wedge sneakers.  On top of that I figured it would be a day of freezing cold and questionable hair by EOD, so why not throw on a fabulous hat and make it a statement!  I’m totally obsessed with this Eugenia Kim hat, and dresses it up a bit by throwing my favorite E.Kammeyer Accessories birdcage veil underneath!

Being comfy and stylish is how I make sure I’ll be happy all day long.  Here are a few of my favorite fashion week necessities:

1. Jackery Portable Charger– total life saver when your phone dies and you don’t want to be tethered to an outlet

2. bareMinerals lip gloss– keeps your lips from drying out with the perfect pop of color.

3. Kind Bars– Simple, nutritious, and yummy!  Great fuel!

4. Christian Lacroix Notebook–  I always carry a notebook with me to sketch, take notes and keep inspiration.

So cheers to staying warm, dry, stylish and fully charged!


IMG_3417 IMG_3421 IMG_3853 IMG_3854 IMG_3855IMG_3858IMG_3867 IMG_3869 IMG_3872NYFW Style Day 2: Jacket: Vintage // Top: Zara (similar style) // Leather Pants: H&M // Shoes: Isabel Marant on sale via TheOutnet  // Hat: Eugenia Kim // Veil: E.Kammeyer Accessories // Earrings: Handmade // Bracelets: E.Kammeyer Tassel Bracelets, Tom Binns Safety Pin Cuff, Giles & Brother Railroad Spike // Clutch: Rebecca Minkoff (similar here)

Photos via Getty, District Sparkle, The Brooklyn Stylist



NYFW Fall 2015 Day 1

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Happy Fashion Week to all!  And to all a warm week!  It’s that time a year when the fashion crowd gets dressed up in their finest, craziest, most photo-worthy garb and hits the streets.  The major difference this season – the cold is no joke and I’ve been doing my best to bundle up yet still look chic.

This season is a little different as well for one other major reason.  This is the final season at Lincoln Center.  Now, I say this with mixed emotions.  Lincoln Center is beautiful and has a square just made for street-style peacocking.  But with so many designers choosing to show at Milk and Art Beam downtown as well as a multitude of other venues, it leaves those of us without drivers hauling ourselves all around town via subway, taxi, Uber and even CitiBike.  Oh yes, I’ve Citi Biked all the way from Columbus Circle to Milk Studios on 15th st. in heels, my friends.

Day 1 I decided to go for a quirky mix of color, texture and function.  I love a great top coat and this wardrobe staple has lasted me through a few seasons.  It also paired in a fun, slightly mix-and-match way with my floral Etoile Isabel Marant corduroy overalls.  Overalls have made a big come back this year, plus these beauties work double-duty and the bib buttons off.  Mixed with a great pair of menswear inspired shoes, a minimal chic bag and an armful of tassels, you’re ready to go!

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nyfw fall 15 day 1

NYFW Fall 15 Day 1: Coat: Steven Alan (Similar Here on SALE) // Overalls: Etoile Isabel Marant via The Outnet (Similar Here on SALE) // Shirt: J.Crew on SALE with code TODAYONLY // Shoes: J.Crew (Similar Here) // Hat: Patricia Underwood x J.Crew // Bag: Baggu// Bracelets: E.Kammeyer Tassel Bracelets, Giles & Brother Railroad Spike, Tom Binns Safety Pin Cuff,  Quartz Crystal Cuff // Rings: Cartier Love Ring (options available on sale at The Real Real), Diamond Bands ID Jewelry

Photos by: Liz Teich

Wine Tasting Style


Wine Tasting Style

The running is over, and now it’s time for some wine tasting!  After my 1/2 marathon in San Francisco, the perfect next step seemed to be to head to Napa for a few days of wine tasting, spa relaxation, and oh, wine tasting.  When your plan for the day is to walk around wineries, head into the vines and all around be comfy chic, flats are your best call.  I was looking to wear something that was dark toned (you never know when you’re going to spill a bit of cab on yourself).  Below are a few of my favorite Napa spots and my day one look.  Enjoy! xoxo

My top 10 wineries to visit in Napa are:

1. Realm

2. Schramsberg

3. Whetstone

4. Kuleto (more for the view than the wine)

5. Chimney Rock (go for the Tomahawk Cab)

6. DuckHorn

7. Van Der Heyden

8. Chappellet

9. Frank Family

10. Hogarth (small family run spot)

Bonus 11, go check out sunset at Auberge Du Soleil

Check back Monday for my next Napa look as well as my favorite place to get covered in mud and massaged as well as my top 5 places to eat in Napa.




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Shop The Look: Shirt: M. Bottiglieri // Vest: Emporio Armani (Similar Here) // Jeans: BDG //Bag: Chanel (Similar Style) // Sunglasses: Prada (Similar Here) // Shoes: Coach (Similar Here and Here) // Bracelets: E.Kammeyer Accessories Tassel Bracelets, Nike Fuel Band, Lulu Dharma c/o, custom silver braided, E.Kammeyer Custom Handchain // Necklace: Tiffany & Co. Nike 1/2 Marathon finishing medal, La Soula Diamond Key Necklace c/o.

NYFW Street Style

NYFW Street Style Part 2
NYFW Street Style

IMG_0639 IMG_0625 IMG_0627 IMG_0632 IMG_0619 IMG_0615 IMG_0630NYFW Street Style Part 2: Dress: H&M (Similar Style) // Leather Pants: Helmut Lang // Shoes: Miu Miu (Similar Style) //Belt: Vintage Ferragamo // Bag: Chanel Jumbo in Caviar // Sunglasses: Alexander Wang (Similar Alexander Wang Style) // Left Wrist: Alexander McQueen // Tom Binns Safety Pin Cuff // E.Kammeyer Tassel Bracelet (Blue Studded & Rose Gold Studded) // Pyramid Stud Bangle // Nike Fuel Band // Right Wrist: Braided Watch Band // Made Her Think Bangle // Vintage Black Leather Inset Bangle // Leather & Silver Braided Bracelet (handmade by friend in London) // Nails by Priv // Hair by Tresemme

NYFW Street Style Part 2

Dressing In Layers- Berlin Style!

Berlin dressing can be tricky. It is most definitely a trendy city, though the street style has a tendency to be a bit lacking in color compared to my usual choices when dressing every day. I decided to Berlin my style a little bit with a great moto jacket and black denim yet keep it my own with a great pop of color! I just can’t help myself when it comes to beautifully colored knitwear. When traveling, and really seeing a city it is important to think in terms of layers and shoes you can get around in all day. And when I travel, its ALL DAY! No breaks! See and experience as much as possible in the time you have. See below for the breakdown of my look on day #1!

Jacket: Scoop (similar here) // Jeans: BDG // Sweater: Stella Mccartney // Chambray Shirt: Madewell // Shoes: Opening Ceremony x Soludo // Sunglasses: Anthropologie (similar here)

Jewelry: Tom Binns Safety Pin Bracelet // E.Kammeyer Accessories Tassel Bracelet // Tom Binns Safety Pin Earrings // Cartier Love Ring // Diamond Stacking Rings

Don’t worry, there’s lots more Berlin to come this week! Check back on Wednesday!