Attending my second Fashion week has been a crazy ride! I wanted to recap some of my highlights throughout the trip, and also a special thanks to Dream Hotel for making it just that: a dream. Detail outfits, places to eat, and more are below. Hope you enjoy :)
This past week has been a craze during fashion week and it was challenging to find moments to lay low. Everything I did from morning to night revolved around a social engagement and strict schedule. Any pocket of free time I could find, I'd wander around my neighborhood and I got to find some gems like Giovanni Rana (part of the lovely Chelsea Market).
During the afternoon I got to capture some of my favorite pieces from Aerie. I layered the chambray shirt dress with their oversized sweater on an off day for a simple, every day look. What I love are the minimal details like the gold rings with the criss-cross ties woven in to give it a little pop. I also tied the dress in a knot on the bottom to create some different lengths throughout the bottom.
This week was spent wandering in my backyard (well... pretty much my backyard) in the many spots of Whiskeytown. It's one of my favorite places to get away, simply be, and explore. I got to spend some time with my friends who captured this serene evening for me.
One of my new favorite staple pieces is this Yumi Kim jacket with zipper details all along the sides and back. It gives a typical blazer a little bit of an edge with the flared front too. I loved throwing it over a casual outfit and feeling it run free with me.
Photos: Hannah Merritt
Down in the rocks of Vasquez rocks, I ventured early in the morning. It's one of my favorite spots, always perfect weather, and sharing some of my favorite spring pieces!
Venturing into the Hidden places of Whiskeytown is a dream, perfect for todays feature of the Giovanna romper from Liberty Garden. A lightweight twill romper with a lace trip, perfect for any outing. As you can see, I'm pretty fond with their collection and it's always going towards a great cause that you can read about on their site. Take a look below: