Outfits

10 Styling Tips How To Shop For Clothes That Only Look Expensive

Whether I’m shopping for my photoshoots for brands, advertisements or celebrities, or for a personal styling client (often a mom in NYC), there’s one common thing in my styling: getting the most bang for the buck when shopping for clothing. Even with clients that have bigger budgets, I like to use these tricks on how to shop for affordable fashion that only looks expensive. These are even some of the tips I teach my personal styling clients in
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It’s Good To Be Pretty Connected

  Greetings from New York City! One of the best parts of my job as both a stylist and blogger living in NYC is that I get to connect with amazing, talented people daily, as well as discover up and coming brands. It’s good to be pretty connected and I’m so glad that I’m connected to one of the most well connected people maybe ever, Lara Eurdolian of the award winning, beauty, fashion, and lifestyle blog Pretty Connected.
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Woven Accessories To Update Your Wardrobe

Woven Accessories To Update Your Wardrobe // with woven and straw hats, bags and shoes are an easy and affordable way to update this spring from & Other Stories
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How Did I Live Before Cashmere Spring Sweaters Came Into My Life?

How did I live before cashmere spring sweaters came into my life? Okay so I’m totally exaggerating, well, sort of. Seriously, ever since I recently visited the Duffy NY showroom in Manhattan and went home with a few luxurious sweaters from their spring collection out now, I’ve been wearing them more than any other tops in my closet. Sorry if you’re sick of me in a spring sweater, but I love how they feel and look.
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