1. You should follow the site BKSTYLED. springfashion_spread91

I’m a little biased not only because I live in and love all things Brooklyn and because they featured my jewelry all over their spring fashion shoot like this etc… “Gatsby” necklace made from vintage chandelier pieces (sold at Minerva’s Owl, price upon request at info@etcmodernvintage.com), but this new site it totally on it. There’s so much creativity flowing in this borough and you should check out what’s going on here before it hits the rest of the world soon.

 

2. You should follow @WearDidYouGo on Twitter and Instagram.photo(20)

Mariel of the blog SoWhatsBloomin’ and I have been sending each other pictures of random items of wardrobe that we find lying around while we’re walking around the city or our travels for over a year now, along with funny made up stories of how they got left there.

Eventually this got out of hand and we came up with the Twitter/Instagram account of @weardidyougo so we could share these hilarious clothing missed connections with all of you. Now you can follow these sartorial stories and even come up with your own. Email us at weardidyougo@gmail.com with your own and we will tag you in a post if we like it!

 

3. You should follow my closet on POSHMARK.

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If you’re not already on Poshmark, you’re going to want to be. I’m selling an overflowing IKEA bag worth of my designer and vintage wardrobe and at ridiculously low prices. Be sure to stay tuned for when I host my own Posh Party on May 2nd!

Be one of the first to join and use the code HXEZC to get $5 credit!

 

It feels difficult to post about fashion after the tragedy in Boston yesterday, but I suppose the show must go on. As you may know, while my home is in NYC, a piece of my heart is in Boston, as I have many clients there as well. My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone in one of the greatest cities in the world during this time. You’re a tough city Boston, please stay safe.