(on Emily) shoes: Alexander McQueen (similar)

(on me) top: vintage (similar) | vest: Zara (similar) | skirt: Piperlime | shoes: Helmut Lang | bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim | necklace: E.Kammeyer | bracelets: Kate Spade, c/o Antonym

(on Jen) bag: Kate Spade (similar)

photo from House of Jeffers

Confession: I’m having a bit of a New York Fashion Week withdrawal.

I went from spending an entire week street of jam-packed shows and events, spending every minute with friends, making new ones, or at the very least, surrounded by hundreds to thousands of people.

Back to reality!

Now I’m also back to more wearable clothing that’s more conducive to my life of running around NYC and on photoshoots. So enjoy these fun, yet less practical looks that I enjoyed putting together for everything I attended, like Lela Rose, Trina Turk and the RewardStyle event at the Empire Hotel rooftop (above) and the Tory Burch show, as well as meeting with the lovely folks at OpenSky (below).

You can see by day 7, I was slowly working the flats back in—especially when I had to run and vote in between activities.


top: Chaiken (sample never produced and cut up, similar here) | bandeau top: Free People | skirt: ASOS | jacket: T.J.Maxx | belt: vintage Dior | shoes: Sigerson Morrison | sunglasses: Free People | jewelry: c/o Gorjana, c/o Antonym

Christian Siriano pants NY Times

Oh yea, and my Christian Siriano pants made it onto the New York Times this week (which has been covering fashion with gorgeous videos lately)!

I swear I’m up there, definitely texting on my iPhone while this guy filmed my pants outside of Blue Bottle cafe in Chelsea.

I also probably had some of these songs stuck in my head to keep me distracted. Now you can join me in the distraction with my New York Fashion Week Spring 2014 Soundtrack from shows like Christian Siriano, Rebecca Minkoff, Fashion Palette, and Tory Burch: