Dress: Storets (similar), Watch & Sunnies: ASOS, Red Top: Alexia Maria, Striped Pants: Finders Keepers, Bag: Call It Spring, Necklace: Call It Spring, Shoes: Call It Spring
Photos by: Danny Fung & Tony Oberstar
New York Fashion Week is my favorite fashion event of the year because we get all dressed up, stroll the streets on NYC and take in all of the fashion from the runways. The biggest dilemma I often have is packing, or overpacking rather. I never want to leave any of my favorite pieces behind which usually results in overweight baggage fees. But this season, I decided to do things differently. Sure you don’t want to get caught wearing the same outfit twice but accessories can be reworked to go with many different looks and they happen to be the major culprit when it comes to weighed down suitcases. For Day 3 of New York Fashion Week I partnered with Call It Spring to style their gold choker, navy blue carryall, and printed pumps two ways. For my daytime look, I paired my accessories with a sleek off the shoulder trench dress. This look was perfect for strolling the streets of NYC and visiting showrooms. For my evening look I wanted something that was bit more high fashion to wear to the runway shows, so I paired a red ruffled crop top with high waisted striped pants and added in my Call It Spring printed pumps. Do you ever re-work your accessories to save space when traveling? 

Thanks so much for visiting me! 
Xoxo -E

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  1. Elegantly and tastefully done. Great idea it is to brighten NYC with your colors, and penchant for breathing fresh life into your sense of style with a type of poetry. Which of your photographers, Danny Fung or Tony Oberstar shot what photos?

    1. Thank you! Tony shot the ones on the striped bench and the outdoor pictures. Danny Shot the ones sitting at the bar and on the velvet sofa.

  2. A beautician working for a TV or motion picture generation unit must be skilled at choosing, arranging and getting ready things that are precisely suited to each setting and circumstance.Tanning

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