Ray-Ban Sunglasses / HRH Necklace (c/o) / Quiksilver Sea Crew Sweater (on loan) / Paige Denim / Mia Shoes (c/o) / DVF Clutch (c/o)
D&G Sunglasses (c/o ShadesDaddy) / H&M Dress and Earrings (dress is old, earrings are recent) / Sole Society “Kaitlyn” Shoes / Coach Bag (c/o – old) / Ippolita Bracelet (c/o)
Outfit photos by: Kim
On Tuesday night, I had the extraordinary pleasure to meet the one and only Diane Von Furstenberg. The evening began at the Wonderland Beauty Parlor where we were pampered with blow outs and champagne. Then we walked over to the DVF offices a block up in the Meat Packing District, where we mingled in her beautiful office, sipped more champagne, and waited to see the new collection (or so we thought). I was in the middle of a conversation with Blair when all of a sudden I saw Diane casually walk into her office and say hello. She promptly ushered us to her desk, asked us to all sit down for a chat, and we ended up talking for an hour. The conversation ranged from everything to love to hair to blogging to what it takes to be a strong and independent, successful woman. She then signed copies of her book for us, and afterward we posed on her stairwell for the beautiful photo below. It was truly a night to remember – I walked home pinching myself!
Thank you to the team at DVF for putting this amazing night together. You can see some more of the photos we took throughout the evening, by clicking here! xo
RayBan Aviators / Zara Blouse / H&M Skirt / DVF Shoes (gifted) / J.Crew Belt / F21 Bracelet / Madewell Necklace (worn as a bracelet) / Coach Watch (gifted) / Lauren by Ralph Lauren Clutch (part of this bag/gifted)
Just a bit of preppiness for your Wednesday. I felt a bit like the lovely Lindsey Calla in this ensemble.
Photos by Helena
RayBan Aviators / Zara Blazer / Coach Bag (c/o) / Vintage Ferragamo Belt / F21 Skirt / Miss Me Ankle Boots /Coach Boyfriend Bracelet (gifted)
Sporting my very first DVF piece, courtesy of the StyleList Network (and fellow DVF launch partner), which I fantasize about wearing later this summer, unbuttoned and worn over my blue and white striped bikini while lounging at the beach. Aaaand, we’re back to reality.
I played around with this top for a while until I came up with an outfit I felt was right. Originally opting for a preppy look—white jeans and blue blazer—at the last minute, I decided to change it up and go with a more Victorian feel. I like the buttoned up, covered up look that still remains stylish yet structured with a romantic twist.
P.S. I am officially enamoured with the blog Atlantic-Pacific. I will admit that I couldn’t help myself, and pulled multiple (upon multiple photos) from her site onto my desktop to pop into my outfit inspiration folder. I loved how she styled this very skirt I’m wearing in the photo above. Check it out here!