A scorching hot day in Boston. Details below!
The best part of the summer are warm breezy nights! When your #ootd turns into an #ootn your life becomes much easier. I wore this outfit exploring the South End District in Boston, MA and then into the night to have drinks & dinner at my favorite tapas restaurant in Boston, Toro. Wearing a bomber jacket is a sleek way to turn a casual outfit into a trendy statement. This beautiful bomber jacket was a piece I was lucky to get my hands on from a small boutique in Soho, New York City. The intricate detail was designed by Clover Canyon. A girl should always have a staple white t-shirt and black shorts. I went a step further and wore a white ribbed t-shirts and leather shorts, which are my favorite. Don't forget to add your signature flare, mine is a lace up grey choker.
Shorts: Elizabeth & James
Jacket: Foravi Boutique - Clover Canyon
Check back here next week for a new #ootd w/ some awesome collaborations and styling tips!
Short dresses & skirts are so 2014. Welcome to the era of class.
Yes, girls need to feel sexy in order to be self-confident, but untilparis does not believe in showing skin to gain confidence or to gain attention. The new sexy is the maxi slit. Chic meets class with maxi slit dresses. I mean, when does the crowd think a celebrity looks hot? When she's in a short tight dress or a floor-length gown with just enough of a slit to do the job. You tell me.
Btw, guess where I got this dress?
When Manhattan greets us with chilly mornings, I get way too excited and pull out leather pants and paisley jackets. And yes, The Vogue cover is unfortunately a mock up done by the amazing Until Paris photographer, Saba Karim. I have never gotten so many compliments on a jacket before and you will be shocked which designer made it.
The urban lane ways of Melbourne, calls for an urban outfit with my classic flare of course. Details on the outfit here.
For my Melbourne City blog post click here.
Wearing "myself" is the most empowering feeling in the world. All smiles for the Life in Pink Fashion Show!
Decided to strut down my favorite street debuting my mother's designs and my own flare, python heels.
Photography by: Saba Karim
Styling tips and details on this miraculous outfit below:
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Follow my manhattan adventure below! My obsession with capes and hats will never end...
Jacket: Forever 21
Pants: American Eagle
Watch: Michael Kors
Jewelry: Left: Cartier, Right: Tom Ford
Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell
Styling Tips: One would think to a networking event that you need to be wearing a business suit and no flashy jewelry. But I disagree! Going to a fashion event, networking or not, you need to show your style. Your style says a lot about what you're going to bring to the event, therefore I decided with white pants because of the "spring preview" and a pastel color palette to bring out the new color in my hair! Any kind of oxford shirt works under a lab jacket or blazer so I definitely recommend them to any kind of event, even a day at the commons! This look allowed me to be comfy and warm for this "spring night" in Boston! Comment for any questions!
Spring break was the perfect time to focus on my passion: shopping and designing. I went home for the week, aka Los Angeles and San Fransisco. I am basically torn between the north and the south of California, but I embrace it! Not only was I emerged with that sun-kissed heat but I couldn't step two feet without being surrounded by Palm Trees (my favorite siting). After visiting Sally Hershberger for my balayage-highlights touch up, I brunched on Robertson at The Ivy, the most exclusive Los Angeles-esque restaurant. West Hollywood is my favorite area in LA. It has all the luxury and contemporary stores that I could ever need. Not to mention the best places to lounge and eat! If you're ever lost and hungry on Melrose you now have a list of the most trendy eat: The Ivy, Fig and Olive, Urth Cafe, and Alfred's Coffee!
The highlight of my trip was visiting Nasty Gal! This online website is my absolute obsession and it is finally a retail store on Melrose Avenue, of course. My mom and I pretty much purchased every cape in there and grabbed anything with leather or pearls! Sophia Amourso is my idol, and I am so glad I got to see a store designed by her! Getting my monthly dose of alice + olivia was also the best retail therapy! The location in West Hollywood is just fabulous!
Photography by: Saba Karim
Styling tips and #ootd's below.
Nasty Gal on Melrose Ave in West Hollywood!
#ootd West Hollywood
Top: Top Shop
Purse: Marc Jacobs
Shoes: Top Shop
Hair: Sally Hershberger
Styling Tips: West Hollywood: Robertson Street, the trendiest area and street in Los Angeles. The black, white and red pallet for outfits are my favorite. It combines class and edge in the right way. For this I chose a look that is classified more towards the fancy category but keeping it casual with shorts and black booties. My a-line triangle cut jacket is thin and silk, perfect for LA. The a-line style is very in and flattering on all body shapes. I wore a leather cut sleeves shirt, which probably wasn't smart in 85 degree weather but it did go well! And finally my favorite spring and summer ensemble: triangle cut skort. It is extremely comfy and elongates anyones legs instantly. I definitely recommend having at least 3 colors in this piece :) Finally my signature red Marc Jacobs bag, sturdy, trendy and red. My top shop "vintage boots" are actually supposed to be jet black but I wear them with almost every outfit because they are the most versatile fashion piece I own! I recommend at least 5 pairs of those!
Trendiest and most delicious cafe in California: Urth Cafe, located in West Hollywood.
Top: Neiman Marcus
Pants: American Eagle
Necklace: Forever 21
Purse: Rebecca Minkoff
Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell at Nasty Gal
Glasses: Nasty Gal
Styling Tips: Most people think a bun and sweats are a casual, lay in bed stay at home kind of outfit. I do not agree. Urth Cafe is one of the trendiest Cafe's on the West Coast. I needed a didn't-try-hard outfit but still needed to be classy while staying cool in the heat. I layered this sweats with a flowy chiffon button up shirt with these blue cotton sweats. Key parts of the outfit: the shoes, the gold heal on these limited edition shoes stood out making this casual outfit trendy. The necklace was just my personal touch and my preference but you can go with a bare neck or put any other color chain. Working with white and blue is really easy because you can match any pastel color accessories (my necklace) or add a silver or gold bling to the outfit. I preferred silver, therefore I wore my classic Rebecca Minkoff bag adding edge and my favorite color, black.