Peace out #NYFW! Yesterday was the final day of Fashion Week in New York and I ended it with one of the most exciting shows – Nanette Lepore’s Posh Rebel Collection. I really enjoying shows like hers because they are always equal parts inspiring and relatable, clothes that get me excited for the upcoming seasons and pieces that I can actually wear (and afford, well kinda) plus it’s always great to see a show that doesn’t take place at Lincoln Center!According to Nanette, “A posh rebel is a woman who’s pushing her way out there in the world and making things happen” … well, she sounds awesome and the collection totaled oozed posted-rebel-ness (yeah I’m making up words now), the girls who would rock these looks are brave, bold and not afraid to take what they want in life – I know a few crazy amazing women like that who basically need this collection in their lives.Image via instagramvia instagram Nanette Lepore’s cool “Posh Rebel” collection didn’t disappoint (well does it ever?) with seventies vibes reinvented in newer, chicer ways with a free-spiriited vibe and unexpected color (like this awesome pumpkin-esque orange look that I am kind of crazy over). She kept it carefree with pops of print and flowy frocks paired with tailored jackets, plus there were a few mini’s to die for and some unexpected embellishments for that extra something special! Image via instagramVia instagram
I’ll let you in on a secret, but as long as you run and tell everyone you know, kay? Nanette Lepore also has an awesome and more affordable line available at To the show, I wore a
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I’ll let you in on a secret, but as long as you run and tell everyone you know, kay? Nanette Lepore also has an awesome and more affordable line available atJCP – say whattt?. The collection emphasizes color and movement, two signature styles of Nanette Lepore – plus its crazy affordable. This darling flowy pink cami that I am wore to the show, is actually L’amore by Nanette Leepore for JCP. it was a little early to bust out this spring statement piece, whoops, but i can’t wait to wear it again and again when things warm up for Spring with jeans, to work with a blazer or on the weekends with these awesome black cargo pants!
To the show, I wore aNanette Leopre L’amor for JCP Flowy Pink Cami & a Varsity Jacket, get the same day cool vibe with this awesome leather/denim jacket situation
Big fat monster thanks to JCP, Nanette Lepore & Chictopia for sending me to the show, all opinions are my own.<3