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Okay, I can’t believe I’m sharing this with y’all but here it is. INA –the best place to find great fashion pieces in NYC period–is celebrating 20 years on Tuesday November 20th and letting us have 20% off at all locations. (on merchandise under $500) Seriously this place has been my secret weapon for years. And because I love you –or really because I love INA– I’m sharing it with you.
So stop by on the 20th -they have downtown covered and for specific locations / hours click HERE
SoHo Project + FashionEastA is hosting the Rebecca Taylor’s 2012 Fall Collection Launch Party on Thursday, July 26th, 2012 in New York City. Guests will not only enjoy a 10% discount from all full-priced merchandise that night, but also a portion of the proceeds will benefit Fashion Hope, an organization that builds awareness and raises funds in the fashion industry to help rehabilitate survivors of human trafficking. If I was in town I would definitely go and if YOU are then I highly recommend it!
“French stripe” t-shirts have been “in” for awhile now, but the red is a nice change from the usual navy and I like the way she paired it with black lace pants. And of course I love the flatform sandals!
I see printed pants and jeans on all my favorite online stores but I’m not sure they’re something I can get behind for myself. But when I see someone pulling them off successfully like her, it makes me rethink it. I also love the top knot which I’ve been seeing everywhere downtown.
I saw this girl today on Crosby Street and had to stop her. She is beyond adorable and was really sweet as well. I’ve seen alot of girls wearing sheer skirts with short skirts underneath. Hers kind of does double duty with a fitted solid top part above the sheer below which looks better to me than seeing a skirt underneath. She paired it with a modern floral top (which is not TOO “floral” which you guys know I’m not a fan of) and sandals with socks –another trend that while I know may look ridiculous but I just love.
p.s. and she is not “pretending to model” by putting her hand on her head, it actually was a bit breezy and she was controlling her hair!