The Sweetest Birthday Bash

20th August 2017

FullSizeRender 24Happy Birthday To Me!FullSizeRender 12My birthday may have come and gone (boo) but doesn’t mean the party has to stop! I recently celebrated a very adult birthday with a candy themed party at Dylans Candy Bar weeee and you’re totally invited! Press play to RSVP:

Okay, now I’m hungry :) so lets dig in!IMG_0103

It’s no secret I’m obsessed with sprinkles – my insta feed is totally candy coated, I own more “rainbow colored” things than I do black (or white) and my favorite color is all of the colors. When given the chance to design a phone case, I went with sprinkles & rainbow stripes obvi. So when I was trying to decide a fun theme for my party, I looked no further than my favorite snack – you guessed it, sprinkles!FullSizeRender 23FullSizeRender 20FullSizeRender 17FullSizeRender 21

If it wasn’t really clear, I’m a Leo! Known for our big personalities & over the top style (naturally) and coincidentally I have quite a few leo friends too! So a few of us trekked uptown to Dylan’s Candy Bar for the sweetest of birthday celebrations!0C0963CE-09C5-4BD2-B2CD-A4FBE992516FB68908FC-5B6E-4C16-8F1B-5E17A215E14AIMG_0105FullSizeRender 16FullSizeRender 137A024218-F490-4C0A-8C6E-273C554CCEFAIMG_0106C718AE2D-18EA-4E8A-96EC-3F7DEEC3D777IMG_0104

My friends (some bloggers, some not) showed up and ate their weight in rainbow sweets (I was so proud). Everyone enjoyed our berrylicious signature cocktail and the do it yourself waffle bar! My favorite part, was the sundae celebration, where instead of cake I got the worlds largest sundae filled with rice crispy treats, chocolate sauce, cotton candy and more than 20 different ice cream flavors – UHM YUM!! Needless to say, I ate the whole thing and didn’t share 😉FullSizeRender 22FullSizeRender 18

I’m Wearing:

orange Sash Tie A-Line Dress • $110
Also comes in green (I have both) • $110
Pink Bow Block Heels • $248
Also come in more colors • $198–245

Look for less:
 Bow sandals • $44  || Dress • $79.99
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Fun fact I was heading to my party in this dress: but the zipper was giving me issues in the uber and started splitting!!!! So actually had him bring me back home and change into this sherbet colored stunner. Although I would have preferred my pink party pick, I was probably much more comfortable in this orange one, plus I dressed it up with a big candy necklace… obviously.

if you’re interested in booking a bash at the candy bar (birthday or otherwise) hop to for more information … and don’t forget to send me an invite K THANKS! :)

 Thanks so much to everyone who took the time to come to my party, from the sweet followers (I loved meeting you) to my awesome friends! And a big giant thanks to th Dylan’s team for throwing the most epic of parties for me!!!! I hope your next birthday is a sweet one, celebrated at a giant candy bar like all adults should do!FullSizeRender 15

Fashion Week Q&A

19th August 2017

  IMG_6685    OMG it’s almost September and that means SO MANY THINGS. NYC pretend’s its Fall even though it’s like still summer weather, everyone instagram caption turns to “it feels like fall” even tho it doesn’t (me included guys, me included), and you start to see pumpkin flavored everything pop up – oh yeah, and it’s NYFW.

aI’ve been lucky enough to attend fashion week on some capacity for the past 5 years, with experiences ranging from standing room only, to a front row seat or a brand ambassadorship to standing outside & people watching … and everything in-between. 

As this time of the year approaches, I thought back on my fashion week experiences and all I’ve learned over the years and wanted to share it in hopes of it helping others. I’m so proud that my following is built up of a large community of bloggers as well as well as people outside the industry, so in preparation for this post I asked my community to submit any queries they had about


Let’s jump right in! First we’ll talk about what to expect during FW:


So how does NYFW work?
Well it depends on who you are and how you approach it! If you’re kind of new in the bloggersphere or working with a smaller following, all of the planning is going to fall on you – and thats okay! I still take this on myself because I like to be in control of it. To be honest – It will be a lot of research, work and requesting for a little reward. I don’t mean to intimidate you, but thats how it goes! You’ll get a lot of unanswered emails or denied requests, but some people will say yes!

I will be attending NYFW for this first time this year so I don’t really know what to expect.
Attending for this first time is always going to be tough, especially if you’re expecting a big fun love fest. I walked into my first one with no expectations. I had moved to NYC 2 days before it started, and was living on a friends couch in Harlem so I didn’t have time to build up expectations. Now its a different world, instagram makes it look like a very glamorous experience of blogger bonding and street style photoshoots. That’s never been my experience, but if that happens to you roll with it!!! For an uncensored documentation of my expectations and experiences, read this post.

I am wanting to attend fashion week and not sure where even to start. Do you have any tips for me?
If you have no idea to start, I would dream big and then select small! Start by making a list of all of the brands you’re interested in working with, any shows you want to attend and any brand you love that might be doing something for fashion week, because you never know! I’ve attended events with non fashion brands like Dunkin Donuts, Essie and more because everyone finds a way to involved on some level. After you’ve made a list and prioritized, reach out to those brands  you’ll have an idea of how to start your outreach. After you get your invites, don’t RSVP to everything. Pick 2-3 events a day max if you’re doing this fulltime, or 1 event a day if you’re planning on working during the week. IMG_6689

The biggest question I got was something along the lines of how do I attend or get an invite?

I haven’t seen the schedule for the shows, do you know if it is available yet?
I like the CFDA schedule best it’s available here, and the official FW schedule is available here. These are the “official” schedules meaning these are everyone who is showing in an official capacity, but a lot of designers show on their own terms and aren’t listed here. Plus non on the “events” will be listed online, they are all by invite. This is why its so important that you make your “priority list” as I mentioned earlier. 

Do designers send you invites or do you approach the designers?
This is probably my most asked question. People think that some how all the brands and designers are going to magically know you want to attend their show and are traveling for fashion week, and also how to get in contact with you. Then these brands are going to reach out and invite you to the show … sounds like a lot right? Oh and keep in mind that most of the out reach is done by a PR company who is managing anywhere from 5 to 10 events and shows that week. Its just unrealistic to sit back and wait for invites, if you want to go to a show or an event with a brand, you have to reach out. I reach out to at least one brand a day, every day of my blogging career and think you have to put yourself out there and be proactive to be successful in this industry, the wait and see approach doesn’t make sense to be in the industry nor at fashion week. 

Mainly, I wanted to get your advice on how a blogger with not such a huge following can increase the likelihood of being invited to attend shows?
Offer something different! This is my answer to so many things in the bloggersphere. As this industry grows, there can be room for everyone. But if you expect to walk in and replicate what someone else is doing, or even improve it, I think you’ll have a tough time. Carve your own niche, be different and offer a unique experience. That’s how you’ll grow in the industry and that is how you’ll get brands to notice you! 

I’ve always wanted to attend NYFW (especially the ——- presentation) but I was always turned down when I requested an invite. After being rejected, I stopped trying a few years ago. What advice would you give for me  get my foot in the door?  What should I be saying in my email to get an invite? ….
Your emails to brands should be short and sweet, straight to the point. The managers are getting  flood of emails, so don’t take up too much of their time here. Here’s what you should include:
1 Intro – Start by introducing yourself & your brand – sharing who you are and what makes you different
2 State your business – Let the brand know why you’re emailing them & that you’re requesting access to a show
3 Why you – sell yourself! You have to prove why you should be able to attend and cover the show, do you have a unique relationship with the brand? I would share it here and also any metrics you can show to demonstrate that your followers are fans too. This is where you share what you can bring to the table in exchange for an invite.
4 Thank you & keep the door open – I like to close by saying if its not a good fit for FW, I would still love to work together in other ways. So the brand knows my interest in genuine and I’m not just looking for a seat.

I also make sure to only reach out to brands that are an actual fit for me & Color Me Courtney, use a catchy email subject that includes the word Fashion Week or NYFW and I don’t like to send mass emails. I’ll be honest, it’s a lot more work to do each email individually, but I think it’s worth it. It turns into more invites and more paid opportunities when the brand sees that I’m willing to take the time to invest in them.

… and How do I find the correct PR emails to send my request to?
Google is your new BFF!!! So for each brand I start by searching my inbox, looking for a contact. Then I go to the brand directly, their website and social platforms usually provide an avenue to connect. If I’m still out of luck, I turn to my bestie and google the brand to see who is representing them, then I can usually find a contact from some light online stalking or a good linkedin search. If all else fails, I would send the brand customer service team an email asking for a way to connect with their media team or even send them a dm asking if you guys can chat over email about collaborations.

& My favorite question: I’m still “up and coming” I guess you could say in the blogging world. So my question is, when do you think it’s appropriate for bloggers to start reaching out to events such as NYFW.
First of all, thank you so much for asking this. I think its easy to assume everyone belongs at fashion week or deserves to be there. Don’t get me wrong, I think there is a place for everyone but you have to carve it out for yourself. For a blogger like me, I’m not appeal to designer brands right off the bat. My followers love a good deal, or that a piece that’s affordable and will splurge every so often. I sold out a $9 dress in 30 min from one instagram post, but if I wear a more expensive piece the response isn’t always the same. As a result, you have to make FW work for you and your brand and the brand you’re trying to represent. If you’re reaching out and asking for them to invite you to their show, you have to willing and able to provide something unique in return … and a live stream on instagram stories ins’t unique. If someone wanted to see the show live, they could watch it live online – so your instagram story stream isn’t enough to warrant an invite. You need to be able to offer a unique and creative piece of coverage for the brand, and follow through on your proposal to the brand.

In the past, I’ve done things like offer to wear a piece from their current line to the new show and showcase 4 ways to wear it (one for each season) and include that coverage in a blog post along side a review of their new show. I’ve also leaned on my MBA & Industry experience to offer a review from multiple angles: the blogger, the customer, the fashion pro & the corporate woman to give a multi-dimensional review of these collections to name a few.

This year, I’m doing some other bigger projects that I’ve been working on for a while. Things like working with one brand throughout the whole week and ideas that I’ve developed on my own and pitched earlier in advance.

One question I didn’t get, but think it is important to talk about is what happens after you’re actually invited. Make sure you RSVP promptly with your full name and information, be gracious, be timely and be thorough. Ask for any information about the show prior to attending such as hashtags and the brands correct social media handles, I like to include these in my calendar. And finally, make sure you deliver what you promised to get in the door after the fact, and send it on to the brand with a kind thank you note.

So what happens if you don’t get invited to anything you’re interested in attending? Then what? Here’s what I would do – find some bloggers with similar or smaller followings than you (otherwise they might think you’re taking advantage of them) and reach out on Instagram. Ask if they’re attending FW and would be interested in teaming up or tag teaming. You can even start working together for the beginning, and split your out reach in half by contacting brands as a pair. If you two start to share invites and the work, you will be able to contact twice as many brands and secure twice as many events – plus it’s lot more fun when you’re not at FW alone.

OKAY SO THAT WAS A LOT! But we’re not done yet. IMG_6688

Here’s your goto timeline for FW prep Don’t be intimidated if you missed a deadline, just do what you do when you’re late to a party. Show up anyways & pretend you’re online.

8-10 Weeks before – If you want to do something bigger with a brand like a custom collaboration that you pitch, you have to start early! Create your deck, develop your ideas and start pitching
4-6 Weeks before – Start to compile your list and reach out to brands requesting invites.
3 Weeks before – Follow up with brands you haven’t heard from
2 Weeks before – Start outfit planning, and share your calendar with your industry friends to see when you can team up.
1 Week before – Location scout for shoots during the week and set up any last min appointments. Plan your non NYFW content for during the week so you wont have to worry about it.
2 days before – Steam your looks and plan everything out, PACK SNACKS and make sure your calendar is up to date. Get your nails done, hair done and get lots of sleep.

Alright that was a really long post, if you made it to the end THANK YOU FOR READING & I hope this helped you! Let me know if you have any follow up questions and I’ll answer them for you!IMG_6687

OH YEAH and if you’re going to fashion week and looking for people to meet up with, connect with or maybe even attend events with – share your blog and instagram handle below in the comments! Who knows, maybe you’ll make a new BFF.

Fruit Salad

17th August 2017

IMG_6375Fruit Prints for all!!FullSizeRender-11

I’ve always been a fan of fruit print dresses because they’re just SO FUN, but until this year I haven’t owned a watermelon dress (like what). So when summer started I sunk my teeth into two fun watermelon dresses that I wanted to review for you.FullSizeRender-7FullSizeRender-1


I’m all about a summer dress, but there are three things that I kind of, sort of, need in a dress so it can make the cut:FullSizeRender-6

1 – Pockets! Why would you make a dress without pockets, like why. Both of these features have hidden pockets, which is a game changer for a dress.
2 – Fit and flare! This will forever be my go to shape for summer dresses, because it’s the most flattering.
3 – A fun print! Boring dresses are just that, boring. Why would I were a plain dress when I can watermelon one?
Both of these featured watermelon dresses are from modcloth – which is pretty much my go to for anything vintage or fun!FullSizeRender-12FullSizeRender-8FullSizeRender-2

So remember when I said I’ve always been a fan of the fruit print? (If not, go read the first sentence of this post … I’ll wait) Well here’s the proof! Baby Courtney, coming at ya!FullSizeRender


Ready for a sweet treat?
Fruit prints are like sooooo summer! From a cherry off the shoulder top to a lemon printed dress, these fresh prints are in serious rotation for me all summer long. Press play to see some of my favorite fruit prints in action, then shop the looks below:

In the video:
Similar Pineapple Top  & Similar here || Lemon Printed Dress
Cherry Top (also here) || Fruit Salad Skirt  (similar here)
Watermelon Dress (also here)

Culottes || Yellow Shoes || Red Shoes || Pink Shoes (also here) || HatFullSizeRender-4

Pretty Little Pastels

15th August 2017

FullSizeRenderAs summer starts to end (boo) and we look ahed to fall (woo) I have one color pallet on my mind … pastels? Yep, pastels! Move over spring, pastels for fall especially blush pink have become a seasonal staple. After first blooming on the style scene a few years ago (I want to say four? maybe more) this trend has stood the test of time. So while I’m not quite ready to say goodbye to summer, I’m starting to think ahead to baby blue booties and blush blouses that will be filling my closet come fall. Until then, here are a few of my favorite pastel pretties I’m surrounding myself with right now.


& Here are some more pastel pretties you can start to mix into your wardrobe now & keep wearing through Fall!

Color Me Soho … Oh and Nolita too

14th August 2017

IMG_5902One question I get asked constantly on Instagram, in my inbox and even in person is “how do you find such colorful backgrounds”. So today I’ll answer that, and lead you down a colorful path of your own, weee!IMG_5900IMG_5903Since Color Me Courtney is my fulltime job, I invest a lot of time and effort into things like my Instagram feed. @Colormecourtney is a candy coated dream feed full of statement hues, bold patterns and sharing New York City through my rainbow colored glasses – but it doesn’t come easy. To maintain it, I spend between 4 and 8 hours each week location scouting and wandering the streets in search of saturated spots!

Yay for Delightways!
Hunting for color can be fun, but also super frustrating especially when you have a limited time in the city. To save you hours of scouting, I’ve teamed up with  Sanpellegrino® Sparkling Fruit Beverages and their fun Delightways app to bring you some bright spots in NYC that you’ll just love! Just download the Delightways app (available on iTunes and Android phones), find my New York City path, Color Me NYC, and get ready to take a walk on the bright side!

Sometimes, it’s not about the destination, but the journey you take to get there, and that couldn’t be more true with Delightways. Instead of simply telling you where to go and how to get there the fastest way possible, Delightways is about enjoying the journey as it guides you on a path dotted with unexpected and inspiring stops for you to enjoy – to rediscover the joy of wandering. From colored walls, to pink restaurants my path has it all so you can really wander, explore and discover some of the wonderful color hidden within the city.IMG_5905IMG_5906

My path will take you through Soho and Nolita to some of my favorite places to eat, shop and play in the city. Each place is full of wit, whimsy and a whole lot of color. Some are places you’ve probably seen before on my feed, and others are brand new! One featured spot is this fun floral wall featured in some of my favorite Instagram and Boomerang posts. I love that the graphic details are playful, yet fun and that the colors are so bold you don’t need a filter to get a perfect photo for your feed!

Oh and if you’re not in New York or are traveling somewhere new, Delightways might be in a city near you. It’s now available in Chicago, San Francisco, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Miami, Austin, Seattle, Boston and Atlanta.IMG_5904

I’m Wearing

SHOES: Strap Sandal • $60  || High Heels • $60
BAG: Rainbow Leather Cross Body Bag • $198  || PANTS: Culottes • $220
TOP:  Ruffle Top • $29.40  || Similar:  One-Shoulder Top • $52.50

This post & path was created in partnership with Sanpellegrino® Sparkling Fruit Beverages – thank you for supporting brands that support this blog!

Interested in joining me to check out some of my favorite colorful spots around SoHo? Follow my Instagram and Instagram Stories this week to learn more!IMG_5901

Don’t Leaf Me

9th August 2017

FullSizeRender-4I’m all about palm printed everything! Dress, shoes, and even boyfriends are all better when they’re sprinkled with this banana leaf pattern!FullSizeRender-3FullSizeRender-1

Today I’ll style my favorite (and least expensive) leaf dress two ways & sharing all of my favorite palm printed pieces for you at every price range! Plus theres a fun video at the bottom of this post – I hope you like it! FullSizeRender-8

Pop quiz – how do you make your boyfriend match with you? Buy him a cute palm printed shirt (for an awesome price) and bribe him with a Kitkat! That’s how I got Paris to twin with me in these matchy matchy palm prints! My dress was $9, but it sold out within n hour of me posting it on instagram! Now it’s restocked at $30 (still a steal) & available with fast free shipping! His is under $25! I love the look of yellow & green together, so I paired it with a splurge style yellow handbag and yellow beaded drop earrings!

FullSizeRender-2Aside from a sunday brunch date, I also wore this dress to meet the other man in my life Jonathan Adler. Incase you didn’t know, JA is an amazing decor designer with a stellar house in Shelter Island. I went there with Clinique to celebrate their new collaborative line & (tbh) to check out his house! Since Orange is an important color for the Jonathan Adler brand, I switched my accent color to this citrus hue by adding orange bobble earrings, a coral lip, orange sunnies & my favorite basket bag. I kept my brown belt, wedges and hat from the first look. FullSizeRender 2FullSizeRender-6      SHOP MY LOOK:
Dress • $30 (also here) ||Hat • $27.99
Similar Belt • $14.97  || Sandals • $160; Look for less • $60
Yellow: Bag • $545 || Earrings • $38
Orange: Basket Bag • $345 || Sunglasses • $250 || Earrings • $19
SHOP HIS LOOK: Shirt $25

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Click on the below images to shop my favorite palm printed pieces, they’ll open in a new tab.

PRESS PLAY: To see our palm party come to life

SHOP THE VIDEO: In order of appearance
White dress & Palm Shoes || Palm Skirt & White Top
Palm shirt & White Skirt || Off the shoulder Palm Dress || Banana Print Palm Dress
White Dress with Palm Tree Print || Green Leaf Lace Dress || Palm Dress
Wedges || Boater Hat || Belt

A Class in Colorblocking

8th August 2017

IMG_5672I’m not great at much but, I’d like to consider myself a pro when it comes to color blocking. I mean, I don’t want to toot my own horn or anything, but after years of playing with hues I’ve learned a few tips and tricks for pairing colors together without looking like a crazy lady – and today I’m sharing them with you!  IMG_5668IMG_5669IMG_5670

Look for similar materials –
This one isn’t a deal breaker, but if you want your color mash up look more like an “outfit” and less like a hodge lodge of color (which for the record is totally okay too). To be honest most of my color block creations aren’t made from the same material, because it’s tougher – but the ones that do always look more intentional

FullSizeRender-1IMG_5671Find one piece to pull it all together –
When you’re pairing a lot of solid colors, it’s sometimes nice to pull everything together with one piece. In this look, I used my color block earrings that include both a ombre color effect that make the color combo make more sense!IMG_5673

Three Is the magic number –
You can always color block with just two colors, but I think its best to use three in a specific way! I use a “3 2 1” rule where I wear 3 of one color, 2 or another and 1 of the third. Here I’m wearing 3 “red” pieces: red shoes, red lip & a red purse; 2 “pink” pieces pink top & pink earrings (we’re classifying these as pink because they’re mostly pink with a bit of red) and 1 melon piece with the skirt! If you’re going to use 2 colors, try a 2:1 or 3:2 ratioFullSizeRender-2

I’m Wearing
Top $20 – I also own this in green!
Skirt $30 – I also own this in pink, I’m wearing a size 6
The skirt also is available in plus sizes & petite sizes, plus here’s a similar midi
Similar Bag $41 or here for $220
Shoes $40 – my favorites
Similar Earrings: Beaded $29; Fuzzy $19; Orange $10

Aside from the above, there are so many more tips for color blocking with ease and creating bold, bright outfits! If you have any questions about color blocking, leave them below and I’ll answer them for you!FullSizeRender

Off The Shoulder Swim

2nd August 2017

IMG_4823I’m all about an off the shoulder swimsuit … even when it’s worn out of the water!FullSizeRenderWearing: Yellow Off The Shoulder Swim Suit • $58  || Stripe Skirt • $495
 Look for less skirts:  $12 $78  || Basket Bag • $345  (Look for less basket bag • $42 )
Red Heels • $39.99  || White Sunglasses • $14 

Today I’m sharing two times I styled a swimsuit as a bodysuit, and why I love off the shoulder stuff for swim so much! Plus I’ll round up some of my favorites in all price points – lets do this! 

It can be hard to feel comfortable in your own skin when you start to swim. No matter how much you love your body or how confident you are in it, stripping down to a swimsuit is always a little bit awkward. That is why it is soooo important to find a suit that’s flattering, fun and that you just love, because it will really help the process. That’s how I feel about off the shoulder suits, they really help me feel like my best swim self! I’m not sure if its the off the shoulder styling or the flirty details of this suit, but something makes me feel really special when I wear it!

Blue Sunglasses • $250  || Yellow Off The Shoulder Swim Suit • $58 
Yellow Earrings • $88  (Look for Less Earrings • $8 )


This weekend I was in Miami with ShopStyle so I brought one of the two off the shoulder suits I have with me! One night, I ran out of tops to wear so instead I wore my off the shoulder suit as a bodysuit. This wasn’t the first time I gave this trick a whirl, I did the same in Copenhagen when the airline lost of my checked bag and all I had was an off the shoulder swim suit and pink pants. It’s kind of fun to think of your swim suits as an extension of your wardrobe, and use it to extend your vacation closet when you need it!

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Taken in Copenhagen, Wearing:
Rainbow Bag • $197.50  || Similar white sneakers • $139
Similar blue suit • $40  || Pink Pants • $45 


Color Me Cases!

28th July 2017

OMG GUYS!!! I Designed a phone case!Screen Shot 2017-07-28 at 3.36.51 PM

I’m SO excited to share COLOR ME CASES –  two super fun phone cases I’ve designed for you guys! They are both inspired by popsicles and summer sweets. When I designed them, I thought if I just dipped a phone case in sprinkles or layers of candy coated frosting, what would they look like? … and then Color Me Cases were born!

Say Yes To Sprinkles – is available for Iphone 6 and Iphone 7 in the standard size
& Walking On Rainbows – is available for Iphone 6 plus & Iphone 7 plus
We created a very limited run so if you want a case, get it now before its gone!

You can shop both cases at fifth and ninth! Click here!
& shop everything else below

A case of the stripes

25th July 2017

 FullSizeRender 3        I never met a stripe I didn’t like!FullSizeRender 9

Today we’re talking all about stripes, sharing my favorite summer pieces in this pattern & gushing about a go-to color combo of mine. OH and if that isn’t enough, I’m also styling my favorite denim culottes for ya! so let’s do this!FullSizeRender 4FullSizeRender 8

Of all the patterns out there, stripes might be the easiest to wear! Even those who don’t do pattern, usually dabble in something stripe. Black and white is the usual default here, but if you’re looking to set out of your comfort zone try a blue and white stripe for something simple yet bold. 

FullSizeRender 6FullSizeRender 11The Stripe Shop:
Here are some of my favorite blue & white stripe styles:

When styling stripes, a pop of color is usually key. I like to brighten things up with a bold lip or a statement shoe – in this case, I double dipped into the color poor to pair this blue and white stripe top with red shoes & a red lip.

Blue and white doesn’t have to stop with a stripe. It’s one of those go-to color combos that looks good on everyone, all year around, but it especially shines in summer. Try dabbling with different hues, like a baby blue with tomato red, or dark red with cobalt for something a little bit unexpected, without being too out there. FullSizeRender 10FullSizeRender 2

Behind the Blog:
These shots were taken during a day in SoHo. Although we live in the village / meatpacking area we spend most weekends eating, shopping and shooting in SoHo. It’s not really an area where we would lie to live, but we enjoy walking there almost every Saturday and it is full of shooting locations! During this shot, we ran into Andre 3000, he looked and me, looked and Paris and then gave us a thumbs up and Paris almost lost it. Paris cares about maybe 2 celebrities, Andre is one of them, so it was really cool that he got to meet him – I guess that’s just part of the magic of New York City! // shots at Sarabeth’s SohoFullSizeRender 5

I’m Wearing:
Bershka Stripe Tie Waist Top • $35 || Block Sandals • $39.99
Wicker Small Satchel • $345  || Hat • $34.65  (Similar • $29 )
Basket Bag • $345  ||  Jean Culottes • $128  (Similar Style • $228 )
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