After the whirlwind of NYFW, it’s time for a recap! So today at STYLEanthropy, I’m sharing tidbits of the shows I attended during New York Fashion Week FW 2017. I skipped Day 1 to do lots of personal errands and in turn missed several of the shows I was invited this season. Instead, I went on Days 2 to 4. Below are the shows and some snaps of how our NYFW FW ’17 went along with a mini travel/foodie guide when in NYC.
Today at STYLEanthropy, I’m sharing my New York Fashion Week Day 4 outfit that I call Grandma-inspired. Hah! If you follow me on Instagram, I showed a sneak peek on my Insta-stories. I asked if you think they were granny curtains or my next outfit. And well, you know the answer to that now. Grandma hair and grandma outfit? No problem! I’m actually obsessed with this style.
Welcome back to STYLEanthropy dear friends! Today, I’m sharing my FW17 New York Fashion Week Day 3 outfit. For this look, I wanted it to be neutral, classy, and elegantly chic. Remember my post, Neutral and Gray Matter? I was looking for a fashion week outfit when I was browsing and featuring those pieces for that blog post. I love the monochromatic style as it evokes that luxe and refined look. But you don’t have to spend a lot to look like a million bucks! I partnered with Macy’s Backstage to hunt for fashion week-worthy pieces without the hefty price tag. See some of the pieces I got below (more in another outfit post)!
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We were just in New York last weekend for fashion shows, but there’s another kind of show that Louis and I would love to see too. It’s the prestigious Westminster Dog Show! Inspired by this year’s beautiful dogs, I thought I’d share how I prepare Louis to show his best paw forward and with a nice DIY bowtie outfit, no less! It’s nice to be prepared in case you win a trip to the 2018 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, right?
New York Fashion Week happens every September (Spring collections) and February (Fall/Winter collections). I’ve been going to New York for fashion week since 2010. However, after a few winter storm-clad February fashion weeks, I stopped attending the Fall/Winter shows. BUT since I wasn’t able to make it last September, I thought I’d give this February fashion week another chance. I didn’t make it to Day 1 due to personal matters – had to do a lot of errands including a last-minute doctor appointment. So I missed some of the shows. However, I was so glad I missed it because it was probably the coldest one of the week. Flights going to NYC were cancelled and snow-a-plenty! So, I came on Day 2, and this is what I wore.