It's that time of year again for weather and wardrobe changes, and I'll take any excuse to check out some new (or even thrifted) styles to incorporate into my wardrobe.
Recently, I found myself digging in my closet hoping to find a forgotten pair of cute fall boots that would help me look stylish while weathering the cold, only to find summer’s peep toes looking back at me.
When I modeled a floral print Rag & Bone pantsuit from McMullen back in 2013, I didn’t imagine I would still be following the namesake owner, Sherri McMullen, and her Oakland-based, high-end boutique three years later. Not because she isn’t still great, Sherri’s shop can rival any in the streets of New York or Paris, but because it is so easy in this new-age world we live in to find new brands and just as easily lose them, and vice versa. When I first stepped into her boutique for the fitting, I was nervous because it was immaculate, stocked with the most posh brands, and precisely racked in prim and pristine collections. Rag & Bone, Marni, Tibi and so on. Not to mention I hadn't exactly been on top of my workout game.
NYFW is always a bustling time of year in New York when fashion's finest step out dressed to the nine's to attend the biggest name shows in the industry. While designers are setting the trends via the catwalk, attendees throughout the week are setting the trends via the undying street style culture.