When embroidery is subtle and paired with light washed ripped denim you better know I'm going to be wearing it! Cello denim has quickly become one of my favorite denim brands! The fit is amazing! For all my shorties out there I know you know the struggle when trying to find a good pair of jeans! Roses are everywhere this season so I figured why not pair two great rose pieces together! Gentry & Rose is a local designer brand that specializes in custom fit denim for men, however they also have a line of pima cotton basic tee's. Every now and then I like to style something menswear for myself, so I dipped into Honestly Him's closet and pulled this black rose stamped tee.
I've been receiving so many questions about what my new 'day' job is, with my partnership with Sevenly there is no better time to reveal what I've been up to. So many of you know I've partnered with Sevenly before and their shop with a cause theme is something I truly love to support. This month I am supporting those fighting Cancer. Coincidentally this coincides with my new day job. I am now working as a certified mastectomy fitter at University of Penn Medicine in Philadelphia. In a nut shell a mastectomy fitter handles the fitting of breast prostheses and post mastectomy services. Everything from fitting, and adjusting their symmetry to finding a comfortable bra they can wear with their prostheses. This opportunity kind of found me so I decided to take the gamble. Now I'm so happy I did. It is incredibly rewarding helping women of all ages feel good about their breasts again! The best part about my job is getting to share it with all of you now. Not many women even know about this service so it is definitely something I wanted to share. If you or anyone you know is looking for symmetry and balance after having a mastectomy please visit Jay Ann Intimates . Also check out Sevenly to shop a variety of different causes.
If you followed along my NYFW journey you know that I saw a tremendous amounts of stripes and ruffles on the runway This is nothing new for fashion but designers are definitely getting even more creative with this trend. Another thing I loved seeing was muted pinks and loud pops of color! This is going to be huge for me since I tend to have a more monochrome color pallet. My favorite new trend I saw had to be the replacement of last years corset trend with a sweater tied at the waist. Creatures of Comfort make this look effortless. As always Chromat is one of my favorite shows for the way they challenge diversity, race, size, and even gender. I love that the brand continuously pushes to stand out in that way. Not to mention seeing Jordyn Woods walk was amazing! (see it here) All in all this was another impressive and thrilling NYFW. It was a crazy week's worth of inspiration overload, and I can't wait to see what's coming next!
Day three was yet again busy but definitely more relaxed then the previous days. (day one & two: click here) I started the day off with Designer Runa Ray. I was so excited to see her debut this NYFW, and she did not disappoint. I absolutely loved her mix of art and fashion. I also loved the unexpected menswear pieces! I'm sure you can guess why. "Hint" Honestly Him.
Day four was short & sweet for me! Red and black seem to be my favorites, which was totally not planned. These button track pants were the perfect pant for the chilly weather here in NYC. In honor of the mr.selfportrait show from day three, I paired these sporty pants with Robert Clergerie x Self Portrait Patent Point Toe Pumps. Francesca Liberatore is always a favorite for me. This season her plaid and floral pieces were my favorite! I saw similar styles at the Dan Liu show.