NEW POST: Errand Runner
Errands. Love ‘em, hate ‘em, whatever, this ish has got to get done. And until I win the Powerball, I’m stuck doing my own errands. And when running around THE CITY in the summer it’s best to air on the fashionable comfort; flat shoes or sandals, breezy tops or dresses, loose cotton pants and chic sunglasses. So, do the fashion math, and it only made sense that I decided to wear my high-waist ASOS peg pants, Forever21 cropped tank top, Lane Bryant spiked sandals and Forever21 sunnies. (And of course, my almost ubiquitous neon MICHAEL Michael Kors crossbody.)
So, off I went
into the great blue yonder to NYC, for a few fashion-ish errands. After a veggie lunch at Qi, we trotted off the the Paper Super Duper Market for an Imperial Woodpecker Sno-ball (birthday cake, ugh, yum!) and to check out the general scene.
jetted subwayed/cabbed our way to the Javits Center to stop by Intermezzo & ENK (thanks for the invite Seventh House PR). We wandered around from stall to stall, gawking at the dazzling dresses, stunning shoes, brilliant baubles and so much more.
Top: Forever21 (Size L)
Pants: ASOS (Size 14)
Bag: MICHAEL Michael Kors
Sandals: Lane Bryant
Being from New Jersey, it’s not unusual to see women strutting their stuff covered in leopard print. However, you don’t typically witness them in head to toe leopard print…. until now.
Whether it’s my NJ status, or just my feline nature, I cannot lie- I adore leopard print. It’s flattering, adds a level of interest to an otherwise tame outfit, and can be found in every color of the rainbow.
You’ll feel like a sex kitten in leopard print (pun intended), and it’s perfect for both day & night (and even for work). You can easily layer a leopard print button-down under a solid colored sweater, or top off a pencil skirt with a leopard print sweater. Or, if you work in a more trendy office, pair leopard print pants with patent leather black heels, a white button down and black blazer.
Shirt: Old Navy
Sweater: Old Navy
Shoes: Steve Madden
Sunglasses: Street vendor on St. Marks