All The Warm Weather Feels With Lou & Grey

All The Warm Weather Feels With Lou & Grey

May 15, 2018

 

If you had to describe my style, it would probably be effortless ease with a NYC influence. It was a match to partner with Lou & Grey this season because that’s basically their vibes. This season they launched their “Garment Dye” collection, which a dying technique that makes the clothes look effortless and broken in. If this city girl does color instead of my otherwise black wardrobe, it’s exactly the way I like to wear it.

I recently visited their flagship store in Manhattan for the first time and can’t believe I haven’t shopped here sooner. It was all stylish yet easy and comfortable. It was hard to not walk out with everything. I seriously wanted to buy every item I tried on from this top that you guys seemed to love when I shared trying it on Instastories to this jacket that Josh said I should have gotten because it “looked cute” on me.

The store itself was filled with basically my dream weekend wear, that’s perfect for hanging with my little one in the park all summer, but it also had special pieces like this jumpsuit that I can dress up work but still be comfortable wearing it all day while I’m so active on my photoshoots and prepping for them, as well as a mix of cool brands you’ll want to know. I also didn’t want to leave their beautifully designed fitting room that made me feel like I was trying on clothes at a stylish girlfriend’s house.

If you can’t make it to the Lou & Grey flagship store, you can feel like you’re shopping along with me by checking out the “Shop This Post” below for my picks and let me know what looks you’re feeling from their new garment dye collection!

 

Lou & Grey TOP, PANTS, SANDALS and EARRINGS (all c/o)

Thank you Lou & Grey for partnering with me on this post. What I choose to write about and wear are my own choices. 

 

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