The Donut Sweater

24th November 2014

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I loved the sweater at first bite sight, but then came the questions – how do I wear it? Although I have the eating habits of a toddler (no vegetables just candy) I didn’t want to look like one. Novelty sweaters can be toughies, because you want to keep the whimsy without bringing the immaturity. My solve was pairing it with a tulle skirt and heels – the blush tulle kept the whole frosting theme going but added a touch of sophistication in  classic-with-a-twist way, plus I can’t ever skip out an an opportunity to twirl.donut sweater how to wear a donut sweater donut sweatshirt donut sweater target donut sweater doughnut sweater doughnut sweater doughnut sweater donut sweater color me courtney donut obsessed


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I also want to introduce you to my frosting colored friend, the tiniest little kate spade bag you will ever see … mini maise! Isn’t she the cutest? So tiny tiny!!! Don’t worry you’ll be seeing lots more of her ;)donut sweater how to wear a donut sweater donut sweatshirt donut sweater target donut sweater doughnut sweater doughnut sweater doughnut sweater donut sweater color me courtney donut obsessed


If you’re into more boring things like pants and jeans (jk pants are cool too… well kinda) or just want a more casual vibe, try pairing the sweater with distressed denim and a pointed toe pump, or over a button up blouse with coated denim and oxfords!donut sweater how to wear a donut sweater donut sweatshirt donut sweater target donut sweater doughnut sweater doughnut sweater doughnut sweater donut sweater color me courtney donut obsessed

P.S. if you choose to join me in the breakfast club, please note that this sweater is a juniors style, meaning the sizes are a bit confusing (1, 3-5, 7-9 … uh what?) I ended up ordering like 4 sizes and returning the rest (story of my life) but am wearing a size XS, which is what I would usually wear in a sweater situation, so just ignore the weirdo numbers and pick your normal size :)donut sweater how to wear a donut sweater donut sweatshirt donut sweater target donut sweater doughnut sweater doughnut sweater doughnut sweater donut sweater color me courtney donut obsessed

Donut Sweater via Target || Tulle Skirt (similar here) || Bauble Bar Jewels
Kate Spade Mini Maise Bag || Zara Blue Pumps (old, similar here)

P.S. for more of my sprinkles obsession, check out the hastag #colormecravings on instagram

Behind the Scenes with Redbook Mag

20th November 2014

IMG_2279So today’s post is short and sweet but full of some serious exciting stuff – I’m sharing a behind the scenes look at my Redbook Magazine shoot that hit stores this month! RBK120114_025_025This week my first magazine feature hit the stands, and my jaw consequentially hit the floor … It’s actually still there, not sure If I will ever adjust enough to pick it up. Anywho, over the summer had the honor of shooting and styling with the most dapper man around and personally, my favorite gent in fashion – Brad Goreski. Meeting him was a dream come true, but I was fashionably flabbergasted to find out that not only can the guy rock a bow tie (like no other) but he’s also the sweetest, funniest, down-to-earth and all around amazing people on the planet – he know follows me on instagram, like whatttt!. So Between Brad, and the rest of the amazing redbook team, I couldn’t of asked for a better group of people to share this amazing experience with.

I’m usually a high heels and flared skirts kind of girl, but Brad pushed me outside of my comfort zone by putting me in a maxi skirt and flats – a look I totally loved! The skirt gave me great length without the added height (and hasle) of heels! I could see myself wearing something similar when hosting a holiday party – fun-flats to run around in and a sparkle skirt to make a statement in, now all I need is a Martini #cheers!IMG_2057When you shoot with someone you have to feel instantly connected with them or else your photos could end up looking acca-awkward, but this wasn’t the case with Brad. Since we are both bold Leo’s with birthdays right the corner at the time (we shot these looks in july), we were able to chat about celebratory plans, his time in New York and a whole bunch of other random things. Between all the balloons, sequins and some seriously good music (Destiny’s Child on replay, haayy), we pretended like we were prom dates and partied on until we got the shot! 10593372_1433280930294562_486169874_nI honestly, couldn’t have asked for a better first magazine feature and am so crazy grateful for this experience! If you’re looking for some great holiday inspo or just want to see a familiar face go pick up the December copy of Redbook Magazine and flip on over to page 25. Brad and I will be waiting for you ;)RBK120114_025 copy


Big Big Big thanks to Redbook Magazine
Lee Clower PhotographyMia Santiago (hair) and of course Brad who you can see each month in Redbook or see more From Brad Goreski here

Plum

19th November 2014

IMG_0207Today I’m playing with pop of purple, specifically plum to dress up an otherwise dreary look.IMG_0240IMG_0203I’ve been all about Fall Pastels (proof here, here and here) but that doesn’t mean I have forgotten about the traditional season statement colors … Jewel Tones! Although I do love me some oxblood and had a serious teal crush once upon a time, this year I have been really into little tiny pops of purple to dress up basics and blacks! It all started when I went to order new over the knee socks to pair with otk boots and found these fun plum hue socks, I knew they would be the perfect pop of color. IMG_0215IMG_0230I look at a lot of blogs and consequentially a lot of different outfits, but sometimes an old blog posts that I saw months or even years ago stick with me for-like-ever and come back to me with the slightest trigger. Blair of Atlantic Pacific used to wear plum purple gloves with matching purple tights (here and here), a look that totally knocked my socks off. It was different, brave, quirky and chic all at once all hail Blaire Eadie. Anyways, seeing these socks totally reminded me of her unforgettable Fall fashion, so I had to share ;) 


IMG_0223IMG_0244To Play off my purple socks, I added a matching purple lip and a contrasting statement ring in jade green. When working with color pops, it is sometimes refreshing to throw an opposite yet complimentary second hue into the mix in a smaller way. Using a shade that lies across from your pop color on the color wheel will help make your statement color stand out even more and can help pull a whole look together to make it look thoughtful and put together, yet still effortless.IMG_0218

Pim + Larkin Coat via Piperlime (sale)  || Cropped Sweater || Hue Socks (similar here & here)
Old Navy Black Leather Mini Skirt (similar here) || Over The Knee Boots (also here)
Mac Purple Lipstick || Karen Walker Super Duper Sunglasses in Black

Serious Sale

18th November 2014

IMG_0091What’s better than the perfect floral skirt? the perfect floral skirt on serious sale! Today I am sharing one of my new favorite twirl-worthy steals that’s currently under $100 plus everything else I am wearing today is also on salepause for dramatic effect… did we just become best friends? ;)IMG_0148 IMG_0114I am a big fan-girl of the floral skirt, it works year around and with pretty much everything. So when this pretty, petal, Trina Turk skirt went on sale I had no choice but to snatch it up. And if one floral piece is fabulous, two is mega fab so I doubled up with these equally gorgeous petal pumps that are also on sale – air five!IMG_0092Oh and if you liked this look, you’ll also love a similar one I wore last week featuring another amazing floral skirt (I have a problem) that is also on sale, wee!IMG_0017

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Statement Sparkle

17th November 2014

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I love a sweater/sequin combo for everyday wear, but especially for the holidays! I tucked in a basic black sweater into this sparkly number before layering the necklace of the hour. This Stella and Dot necklace is so versatile – it has just the right amount of bling to dress up the basics, but could also be paired with a bigger statement look without going over the top!

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Nasty Gal Skirt || DVF Bag || Stella Dot Necklace c/o || Basic Sweater || Nine West Pumps

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I teamed up with four other NYC bloggers to give away one if these darling and versatile Stella and Dot necklaces that can be worn five different ways and to prove it to you, we are each wearing it a different way on our blogs today. To enter, just follow our instagram accounts and check in your entries below
@ColorMeCourtney | @ANewYorkLoveAffiar | @Lexicon_of_style | @_LisaRosado | @DaisyO_
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Special Thanks to Stella and Dot, Elena Michelle of a New York love Affair, Lex Dieck of Lexicon of StyleLisa Rosado of Lisa Rosado dot com and Daisy O of And Pretty Things  for partnering on this post, and thanks to Claire Eliza of ClaireEliza.com for providing the photos. Oh and if you are interested in becoming a Stella & Dot stylist, email abithos@gmail.com for the deets!

 

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Bundled Up

14th November 2014

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Incase you haven’t noticed, I’m kind of a creature of habit especially with my sense of style. There are certain pieces that I can’t stop wearing, for Fall my knee high boots and blanket scarf is at the top of that list!

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When the weather gets grey and soggy I am left with two options – stay in and snuggle with Waffles (always a win) or bundle up and venture out into the storm … often while pretending I’m in London and talking in a British accent #brillant. Although a Gilmore Girl marathon with my French Bulldog in my lap is always temping, I tried to step out and shake off the storm, but couldn’t do so without my current fashion favorites oh and a giant chai tea latte!

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I’ve worn my new BFF’s in multiple ways, but today they are coming together with a little trendy twist. For this look, I did a little pattern play (are you surprised?) by pairing my plaid blanket scarf with this heathered grey coat! I turned this Old Navy oxblood skirt which is more of a midi length into a mini by rolling the waist band a few times to shorten then length and show a little skin between my knee high boots! All though I am on a repeat offendor with wearing and rewearing my blanket scarf and knee high boots, the star of this look has to be the veil beanie – it was such a different look for me that I had to give it a whirl and I’m so glad I did! A veil beanie goes great with a blanket scarf, leather leggings and a sweater, pretty much any all black look, a leather jacket or a skirt/coat/boot combination like me!how to wear the blanket scarf how to wear a blanket scarf fashion blogger new york fashion blogger new york fashion blog nyc fashion blog nyc fashion blog new york fashion blog veil beanie blanket scarf blogger blanket scarf how to wear a blanket scarf blanket scarf plaid blanket scarf veil beanie how to wear a veil beanie wear a veil beanie

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Piperlime Jacket (similar here) || Asos Blanket Scarf (also in white)
Old Navy Maroon Skirt (Refinery 29 Pick!) || Black Cropped Sweater
Asos Veil Beanie || Cherry Bomb Lipstick || Knee High Boots || Hue Socks

Frayed & Fringe

13th November 2014

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So today’s post is kind of fun because I’m wearing something that might surprise you!fashion blogger style blogger color me courtney blogger style sugar lover boutique sugar boutique new york city fashion blogger nyc fashion blogger black fashion blogger nyc fashion bloggerI’m not sure if you know this but I am basically style schizophrenic… wait, don’t freak out! It just means I have a lot of different styles that I like to try and test out. Usually you’ll catch me wearing something in true Courtney fashion – a twirl worthy skirt, red lip, lots of tulle, glitter and probably a bow or two (don’t believe me, click those links to see some examples…. but then come back cause you’ll want to hear the rest of my fashion diagnosis…. don’t worry, i’ll wait…fashion blogger style blogger color me courtney blogger style sugar lover boutique sugar boutique new york city fashion blogger nyc fashion blogger black fashion blogger nyc fashion blogger

Oh, Awesome you’re back – I missed you – now back to my disorder). But sometimes I do like this switch things up my channeling my alter egos, Cool-Girl-Courtney, Corporate-Courtney, Downtown-Vibes-Courtney and even Sporty Courty, Style schizo is something you have to take very seriously. Guys, it’s like a really serious disorder and stuff… But don’t worry, although there is no known cure, there is treatment – retail therapy  and lots of it.fashion blogger style blogger color me courtney blogger style sugar lover boutique sugar boutique new york city fashion blogger nyc fashion blogger black fashion blogger nyc fashion bloggerOne good thing about my disorder is that it doesn’t effect my lipstick obsession, I still finished this look of with bold black accents and my Fall-go-to Oxblood Lip! fashion blogger style blogger color me courtney blogger style sugar lover boutique sugar boutique new york city fashion blogger nyc fashion blogger black fashion blogger nyc fashion blogger 

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So obviously, boho/fringy yet still twirl-worthy-Courtney was out with my Credit Card one day and went rouge with floppy fedoras, knee high boots and a little bit of fringe; but I’m not mad at her this fringe sweater from Sugar Boutique (one of my favorite new shopping finds) is one of the comfiest and coziest new closet additions so I never want to take it off … or stop dancing in it even long enough to snap a photo… Twirl, boho-alter-ego-courtney, Twirl! If you want to join the party just shop the below and let’s get to twirlin’ fashion blogger style blogger color me courtney blogger style sugar lover boutique sugar boutique new york city fashion blogger nyc fashion blogger black fashion blogger nyc fashion blogger

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Sawyer Sweater c/o Sugar Boutique also love the cardigan version here & here
Leather mini Skirt || Over the Knee Suede Boots || Hue Knee High Socks
Coach Bag (my mom’s from the 80’s but they still sell it here)
Armed and Readi Necklace || Old Navy Floppy Black Fedora – Similar

Petal Party

11th November 2014

     IMG_0042     With fall pastels in full bloom this season, the necessary additions of bits of blush to my wardrobe was a no brainer. But I also took the trend one step further by investing in pops of floral done in just the right way for Fall! So today I double up on my new floral wear by pairing two twirl-worthy pieces together, because let’s be honest, I don’t know how not to pattern mix… it’s kind of my thing ;) IMG_0011IMG_0017

I fell in love with this Milly skirt and first sight. Black tulle with pops of pink & floral print? uhm, SOLD ! (Where is the “praise the lord” emoji when you need it?). These pretty petal pumps had a similar “omg I need these like yesterday” effect on me when I saw them at piperlime. I don’t buy many shoes because I currently have to store them in my kicthen (#NYprobs) so when I do swipe my card for something south of my ankles, I make sure they are show stoppers but also versatile! IMG_0049

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Since tulle and floral and pointed two pumps together scream girly-girl, I added a little bit of elegant edge with this Spiked Black Studs necklace from Have it Wear it Love it! I am kind of smitten with the simplistic yet statement style of this necklace, plus it was designed by two sisters – You go girls!IMG_0046IMG_0023

If you’re thinking of trying florals or pastels for fall (or both) just add black! Toning down pastel hues with a black sweater, or leather leggings is the perfect way to pull a Spring color straight into Fall. The same can be said of a floral skirt, just look for one with a black base (like mine) or add black tights and a black coat to one you already own! Oh and since one floral skirt is never enough, here are a few of my favorite options that need to make their way to my closet right about now.


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Milly Monica Floral Tulle Skirt on sale || Floral Pumps via Piperlime on sale
Gigi New York Uber Clutch c/o || Black H&M Sweater (old)
Have It Wear It Love it Spiked Necklace c/o

Scarf Style

10th November 2014

IMG_0616Scarves have to be one of the most elegant, timeless and easiest accessories a girl can, no <b>must</b> have in her closet. In addition to adding a bright pop of color to almost any look, they are so versatile that you can wear them in countless ways! Don’t believe me? I’ll prove it to you, when I style one Lexicon of Style Scarf too ways with the help of the designer herself… Lex! Awesome right? IMG_0618IMG_0609

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One of the best parts of blogging is all the crazy and amazing talented people you meet along the way. I am so lucky to have a great group of NYC bloggers I hang out with and am always looking to add more to the mix (so if you’re in nyc and wanna be besties, call me ;) !! ). One of those lovely ladies is Lex of Lexicon of Style who in addition to blogging, designs the most amazing scarves including this awesome Skull Kandy scarf I’m rocking today. For my first look I gave my classic top-knot a twist by rolling my scarf into a really thin line before tying around my bun a few times and letting it hang in the back. I also played off the purple pops in the scarf with a magenta lip, clutch and matching socks.

IMG_0400I switched things up for this second look by pairing the Skull Kandy scarf it with my new favorite red coat, a teal beanie and all black everything. I folded my scarf in half on the diagonal and tied it around like a bandana, then I layered an armed and readi necklace tassel over the top for a little extra bling.IMG_0487IMG_0509


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Look 1: Lexicon of Style Skull Kandy Scarf || Leather mini Skirt || Hue Socks
Cropped Black Sweater || Leather Jacket || Gigi New York Clutch
Karen Walker Sunglasses || Over the Knee Suede Boots


Look 2: Lexicon of Style Skull Kandy Scarf || Yoana Baraschi Red Coat c/o || Coach Clutch
Cropped Black Sweater || Leather Mini Skirt || Armed and Readi Necklace || Hue Socks || Over the Knee Boots || Karen Walker Super Duper Sunglasses

If you are fighting off serious depressing now that this post is over, cheer up buttercup! Lex is also doing a one scarf two ways showcase over on Lexicon of Style today so stop on by and say hiii :)

That’s a Wrap

7th November 2014

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Don’t let my serious kate spade collection or my obsessive-like-attachment to my Ted Baker skirt fool you, although these designs hold a crazy special place in my heart (and closet … and wallet), they don’t take the cake for the coveted place of my #1 fashion house… that spot is saved for the one and only Diane Von Furstenberg. DVF is not only my absolute favorite designer, but more importantly my favorite person in the entire fashion industry. I am just simply obsessed with all things DVF and today I’ll tell you why.

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DVF Wrap Dresses are perfect for work with a classy pump and a cardigan or weekend wear with a cool leather jacket and booties. One of my favorite features is the added fabric at the bust area, which lets you cover up for more conservative occasions or show a little skin if you’re stepping out for a night on the town. For these photos I set mine between the two, to get the deep v effect without being too revealing. Plus then I synced my waist like crazy before wrapping the dress to draw the eye to my smallest point!blogger new york city blog new york city blog black bloggers nyc new york city fashion blog dvf wrap dress dvf wrap dress black white dvf wrap dress diane von furstenberg wrap dress diane von furstenberg dress black white dress DVF Wrap Amelia Dress (also love this one) || Cherry Bomb Lipstick
Nine West Leopard Calf Hair Heels || Coach Window Pane Clutch

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I decided to DVF-up just in time, because last week the brands new reality/Courtney-dream-show, House of DVF premiered on E, adding a serious dash of glam to my usually depression filled Sunday nights. If you missed out, get caught up here & tune in this sunday at 10/9 C – I would love to hear what you think!
XOXO