Obviously when you are going to all of these fabulous fashion shows, you need to look stylish and right on point. Of course I can´t compete with all the girls in designer duds, but I do the best I can on a smaller budget-that´s really what it´s all about, right? Looking good for a great price! So below you can see my 3 days worth of fashion looks and of course my friends´s looks as well.
I went to two shows in the morning and this is what I wore. The navy slip dress is new, I bought it in a frenzy Thursday afternoon when I realized I had NOTHING TO WEAR to fashion week. (May have a been a slight possible exaggeration but whatever I love the dress so it´s ok). I paired it with my Sigrid Olsen gold purse (gotta have a large purse to fit the camera, the laptop, etc) and wedge shoes from a boutique down the block from me, Nuevas Tentaciones. I wore my hair back to show off the sheer top of the dress, where the shoulders are.
Later in the afternoon I went back for a 4:30 pm show and I figured it to be appropriate to change into stilleto heels (feels wrong to wear 6 inch heels at 10 am…after 12 pm it seemed more appropriate) so I changed out the wedges for my snakeskin Jimmy Choos.
My friend Elise joined me for a few shows as well, and she looked fab in her green Mango dress and BCBG booties.
I wore another dress I purchase in a tizzy from Mango, this time a cobalt blue, and paired with a teal Cole Haan purse and Kors by Michael Kors shoes.
Heather joined me, wearing a lovely orangey-red dress and brown wedges. I loved her bag-she found it a random boutique in Spain.
I ran into my friend Laura, who looked fabulous as well-here´s a shot of the two of us.
I realized today that all of my looks this year were very ¨blue¨. It was unplanned of course, just happened to be that way. Since it was Sunday I felt like bringing a little more of a casual look in, so I wore skinny jeans with a blue transparent top I bought at H&M. I paired it with Zara wedges and my snakeskin bag from El Corte Ingles.