Outfit Details // Romper: Spell Designs, alternative here and here / Boots: Joie, alternative here / Backpack: Rebecca Minkoff / Sunglasses: Warby Parker If there were one item of clothing that describes this summer, it would be this romper. No matter the temperature or occasion […]
When I first moved to Brooklyn one thing I noticed was that everyone had backpacks. Initially, I laughed and found it very comical that all these adults were walking around with backpacks instead of tote bags or briefcases. I always associated backpacks with school and didn’t see the point of them outside of carrying all my books and notebooks to class. Needless to say after quite a few months of struggling with my tote and always having to switch my weight from shoulder to shoulder I decided to give the backpack trend try.
When Rebecca Minkoff introduced the Julian Backpack, I fell in love. I had seen a few other people around the city with them and just couldn’t help but lust after it. Finally after a long winter I decided to venture into Manhattan for a shopping day, first stop was Rebecca Minkoff. I decided to bite the bullet and get the backpack I had been eyeing for months. Needless to say, I more than got my money’s worth on it. All my other bags have been put on the back burner since picking this beauty up. I now fully understand why backpacks have become a thing beyond school.
How do you feel about the backpack trend? Yay or Nae?
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Outfit Details // Top: J.Crew / Vest: Velvet / Skirt: Calypso St Barth (old), alternative here / Hat: Stetson via Kemo Sabe / Boots: Joie / Watch: Michael Kors / Sunglasses: Illesteva / Ring: Pitkin County, alternative here and hereThe
The fresh snow here in New York is already slowly turning into that dirty city slush but still is fun to have a blanket the city. This snowstorm did give me major nostalgia though. I kept dreaming about either snow days as a little kid and how excited I used to get or Colorado and how snow means great skiing. The storm was underwhelming compared to what the meteorologists predicted, but it still was beautiful to witness through my window.
Taking it back to Aspen today and my favorite outfit I wore. One of my favorite things about Aspen is you can dress any which way, and no one can judge you, similar to New York. Everything about this look I adore, a touch of sequin, with a relaxed chambray shirt, and my new favorite hat. They all seamlessly go together making this outfit fun to put together.
What is one of your favorite outfit combinations?
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Outfit Details // Sweater: Rag-Bone, alternative here and here / Jeans: J.Crew, alternative here / Hat: Rag-Bone, alternative here and here / Bag: Rebecca Minkoff, alternative here / Booties: Joie, alternative here and here Ever since I’ve made the move to New York the color […]