The Grammys are here! As for the other red carpets of the season they are more “reserved” as you could say with how the guests dress compared to the Grammys where they are a bit daring. Ariana Grande WINS best dressed to me, I mean c’mon, she’s wearing Giambattista Valli. Billy Porter is always taking on red carpets as a new challenge to beat his last, and his look this time around is off the charts. I was disappointed with looks from a few like Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Sophie Turner, and we’ll see more worst dressed below.
As January is coming to a close and February is on the horizon, I start to go through my winter wardrobe and put away my red and navy plaids, and dig into my spring/summer pieces and grab a few that are perfect for transitioning from February to March. Especially with blouses I find that quite a few of my spring/summer ones I can style in a way that makes them appropriate to wear even in mid-winter.
After taking a look at the SAG Awards red carpet and comparing it to the Golden Globes and Critics’ Choice, my favorite red carpet so far is Golden Globes. Hopefully the Oscars’ red carpet will hit it off like I expect it too (high, high hopes.) This years SAG Awards red carpet was alright. Once again we have Reese Witherspoon looking stunning and classy as always, and Margaret Qualley’s look this time around impressed me far more than her other red carpet looks this season. A vibrant orange Valentino gown was seen on Kathryn Newton, and Scott Evans’ suit is my favorite one so far this year.
As some of you may know, pink is my all-time favorite color. I have curated a list of all the pink pieces I’m loving right now below!
Who says you can’t wear white after Labor Day? Definitely not me. Wearing whites in the winter be it an all-white ensemble or a pair of white jeans or nice blouse can look so le chic. When it hits mid-January I always love to brighten things up in my looks with the use of light colors and white.
I am always the person when shopping to enter a store fully knowing I need a classic, staple item, and I always leave without that but with a crazy new colored faux fur, or an item I know I don’t NEED, but that I LOVE. I’ve been getting better about this, as I’m getting older I realize the importance of a staple item that when I put on although it may not be over the top, it makes anyone look classy and put together.
The first episode of the Bachelor season 24 has officially premiered and there were quite a few stunning looks. I can’t wait to see how this season unfolds and I already have a few favorites myself. Here is my best dressed list for the season 24 premiere!
Here’s to awards season and new red carpet looks. I do have to say, this years 2020 Golden Globes red carpet didn’t impress me too much, and there are some great looks but there are some not so great ones that we’ll take a look at below. All to remember that this is fashion-based judgement and not anything personal. I can’t wait to see more red carpet looks in the coming weeks and hopefully they will get better!
A period of divinity, exquisite dressing, and splendor partying through the duration of the 1920s and has left a mark on many of us one hundred years later. The younger people of the time pushed the limits outside of Victorian thinking and dived into the lifestyle of the decadent. Women were finally able to vote and were nudging themselves into the workforce, and most of all, they were testing the way women were “supposed” to dress with shorter hemlines and très chic bobbed hairstyles. Women were feeling empowered and society was booming.
Want to be best dressed at your New Years Eve plans? Wearing sparkles will get you somewhere, but not everywhere, as it is something everyone you know will be walking down the streets in. But don’t fret, I’ve curated the best of the best pieces below that’ll take your outfit to the next level.
Christmas has finally arrived here in Manhattan, and Greenwich Village is decked out. The military coat I’m wearing is from Zara last year, and I absolutely love it. Now every year I look forward to taking it out during the holidays because I think it’s the epitome of a Christmas coat! My Meme gave me this headband and I absolutely love it for winter in the city.
Burgundy is a lovely shade to wear in the fall, and pairs so well with both browns and blacks, the basis of my autumn wardrobe. This coat that I’ve had for a year now was the perfect match to my Nars lip pigment in shade Warm Leatherette. This lip color is beautiful, and it lasts the whole day, with only a few touch ups after I drink or eat something. I love the Burgundy colors with the snake print, the two tones together look lovely.
For an autumn day in the Meatpacking District I was inspired by equestrian style. I love the preppy aesthetic that comes with it, and I’ve always wanted to go horseback riding in a full ensemble from Ralph Lauren, but this will have to due for now. I wore an old plaid blouse from Zara that’s still one of my favorites years later, with a vintage brown leather vest that my mother gave me.
I’m starting to cherish my Sunday’s more and more. As it’s a time to relax, but also catch up with yourself and prepare for the week ahead. Life is crazy and during the weeks I catch myself just going throughout the day, rushing around and not really thinking or letting myself just be for a second. There’s nothing better than waking up on a Sunday morning, grabbing brunch with a friend, and catching up on all the things to get a jump start into the week.
As we near closer to Thanksgiving the foliage is at its peak here in New York City. The weather is quickly getting cooler, and here in the city the holiday markets have already begun.
Before I fully jump into the holiday festivities, I couldn’t skip out on sharing my photos from this past October in Central Park. I’ve been dreaming for years to get to experience a New York Autumn, and I’m so happy to say I finally have.
A purple and red combination is one of my all time favorites. The deep purple and bright red make for the best autumn combination when you’re not feeling the tans, browns, oranges, and greens.
No season could ever top fall. After a hot summer, there’s nothing better than the change of seasons, feeling like there is a fresh start. The air is cool, and Autumn colors start to bloom.
Purple candy stripes were the mood for this September look. I find September dressing can be one of the hardest months to dress for, along with March. The seasons are starting to change, you’re slowly drifting your wardrobe from bright prints and florals to more fall-like tones and prints.