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.

Sincerely,

Jack

Did you miss the last post? See it here.