Getting prepped for New York Fashion Week can be a challenge but I’ve picked up some tricks each season that make navigating the shows pretty seamless. In a new video, I’m sharing exactly what’s in my bag for NYFW.
Lately, I’ve been hopping on planes and into the driver’s seat for long weekends and quick road trips. I officially moved out of New York and have been going back and forth between Arizona and California before my move to LA in a few weeks. And while it’s tempting to slip on a pair of leggings, I make it a rule to reserve those for the gym.
On days when I’m on the move, I need to make tweaks to my outfit to take it from day to night. And the high-waisted skirt is such a versatile piece that it’s become one of my year-round staples.
The t-shirt is as essential in our wardrobes as a good pair of jeans. And the appeal of the basic t-shirt is as endless as the list of style icons who have worn it.
I’ve always struggled to find a good flat shoe. Sandals work for the summer but ballet flats have never done it for me and sneakers can feel a little too casual. But the loafer is the perfect throwback style staple I’ve been after.
I don’t have any specific style rules, but I like to focus on buying timeless pieces that I’ll never tire of. Each season, I invest in some new key items I can wear everyday and in the years to come. The silhouette I can’t stop wearing right now is a classic one borrowed from the boys: the bomber jacket. Ahead, ideas for styling a bomber jacket — one of the best purchases I made this fall.