Elevate your off-duty style with bold hues and look-at-me pieces. Polish it off with a ladylike swipe of red lipstick for double the impact.
Feeling cool? Shades like these increase your edge factor while sharpening the look as a whole. And let's not forget that eyeballs need protection too! It's a fashion win-win.
I've worn this Alexis Bittar necklace countless times this summer and it never fails to perfectly compliment any ensemble. The stones look like something out of a fairytale while keeping the piece as a whole modern and lust-worthy.
Using primary colors to my advantage, I threw yellow bracelets into the mix. There's just something about a blue, red, and yellow combination that feels so lighthearted and cheerful.
Shoes in a statement color like this always add an extra kick (pun intended) to any look.
These tropical-print sleeves are such a fun and unexpected element on a plain white tee. I based this whole look off of the pattern and tried to incorporate as many colors from it as I could into my outfit.
I love the way that this combination of skirt, top, shoes, and accessories came together. I was completely inspired by these Hawaiian themed sleeves and I tried to make their influence visible in every aspect of my outfit.
Photos by Brooke Faison
[top: Zara, skirt: Urban Outfitters, sandals: Miz Mooz, sunglasses: Anthropologie, necklace: Alexis Bittar, yellow bangle & navy bracelet: Ann Taylor, yellow bracelet: J.Crew]
These photos were taken on the most adorable side street in the city. It's called Gay Street and it's a tiny little strip that wraps around another street - very quiet with no traffic, which is perfect for shooting!
This past week my NYC adventures included attending the grand opening of the world's largest H&M in the world, which just opened on 5th Avenue. Seeing Wicked and then receiving a VIP backstage tour, and attending a rooftop party featuring world renown DJs. I also experienced (for the first time) the beauty that is bottomless brunch, which is where I wore this outfit to. After a recommendation, my roomies and I hit up Epstein's on the Lower East Side and indulged in delicious food and endless mimosas. Not too shabby for the start of this busy week!