New York Fashion Week Day 2

Hi y’all! I hope the week treated everyone well.

School has kept me busy with my senior collection project. However, I must say it is turning out quite beautiful. Would you all like to see the collection when I am finished working on it? I could always blog about it. Let me know what you think.

That aside, today I want to continue showing you my New York Fashion Week series of photos. This is day 2 of the series.

On Thursday, September 7th, I ended up moving from the Hudson Hotel I talked about in the previous post to the Westin in Times Square. My mom has been a long time fan of the Westin properties, and now I have as well! Westin hotels are just so clean, and their beds are comfortable.
Though they are great, I feel that if I were to go back next year, I would stay in SoHo just to be a little closer to all the action of NYFW.

I didn’t have any plans for this day, but then Leah Behr of the blog Eat Pay Wear Love invited me to come with her to the Shopbob presentation. Of course, I was totally down to do that.

Image of Tan blazer with back skinny jeans

For this day, I chose to wear my dads Oscar De La Renta blazer (oversized to me), a black Old Navy henley, skinny black jeans, complete with a double buckle waist belt and my favorite Sam Edelman slides.

Image of Sam Edelman Augustine shoes

Image of a man at NYFW

I got this little pin from the Shopbop presentation. They had a station that allowed you make your own with three little charms attached. I thought it was a cute personal addition to the overall look.

Image of guy in New York

Image of New York Street Style

Image of a man crossing the street

I had so much fun in this look, and I want to try it again with some other pieces in my wardrobe. Little note from the Shopbop presentation…Gen Z yellow and autumnal tones will be huge (as stated by the Man Repeller).

I ended this day in NY in the SoHo area for this shoot with Tracy Pacana who was so great with the camera!

I hope you enjoyed this post. Let me know what you thought of it! Also thanks again to Leah for the invite.



Did you miss the last post? See it here.