I hope everyone had an amazing Thanksgiving and Black Friday. What do you think makes a good holiday outfit? Read about what components I think you need to have for the perfect Thanksgiving and Black Friday outfit!
On Sunday, I went to the The River Blue screening at Parsons, NYC. This screening and panel discussion presented how fashion has impacted the environment at an alarming rate. It was an eyeopener how the apparel we buy could be polluting some of the rivers around the world due to waste disposal. Read about what you could do to save the environment when you shop!
I am always open to learning new exercises, especially for core. Sometimes i like to branch of from my regular routines and make up some new exercises. Most of them are just variations of already existing workouts, so they don’t really have a name, but here are some new workouts that have benefitted me tremendously.
Several days ago, I was at Urban Outfitters and I noticed tons of metallic, sparkle and velvet in the store. While a majority of these clothes are for special occasions, they are also great mixed with everyday casual styles.
Yesterday, I went to go see the Impractical Jokers Love Show at Madison Square Garden, and they were absolutely hilarious. Here are 5 of my favorite things about the trip!
In July, I wrote a blog post for the Fashion Institute of Technology summer precollege program, and it’s finally up! I talk about some of my experiences at the college of FIT itself, but let me share some things that I did in preparation to attending the four day camp!
As a customer, we go into a store to look at what products they have to offer. There’s a huge variety of products available in Willow street. The way it’s organized and the way that a customer can approach it is important as well. Here’s what I found in Willow Street:
There is a lot that a store needs to do to attract a customer in. The exterior lures them in, but what's going to make them want to explore the store some more? That's where the set up of the interior of a store comes into play. When checking out Willow street, I paid very close attention to the interior of the store. Here is what I found!
As you may have seen in stores, there are a lot of trending colors for this season. When I shop, I tend to get similar colors that I know would go well with the way I dress and the vibe I want to give off. According to Pantone, they predicted these trending colors for this season. Lets take a look and see if they are right!
I am able to see it from the eye of a consumer, but I'm also able to see it through a merchandiser's eye too. The difference between the two is that a customer sees what they want to buy or be inspired. They don't notice if there's something wrong with the way a store displays their products, or the texture of the interior, or how the merchandise is presented. That's what a merchandiser does. Read about what I observed in Willow Street.
While fall is usually about the leaves falling from the trees and sweater weather season, this fall has definitely been the opposite of that. It's been mid 80's and sunny ever since the beginning of the school year. So my question is, Fall where are you?
After reading my previous post, Fashion Forecasting- Guide to the Key Trends for Spring/Summer 2018, you may be wondering the same thing. I found some link to different stores for each trend. If you're looking for some cute trendy clothes, I hope this helps! If not, I think it's always helpful to know some different stores that have the most popular trends available.
While fall just started, most of us are still looking for our cute fall outfits. We tend not to think about the winter season until around November, but believe it or not, a fashion forecaster's job is to predict the upcoming trends for the future, whether it's the near future (i.e Spring or Summer) or even further. I wanted to focus on comparing the trend forecasts from fall/winter 2017 to spring/summer 2018.
October is one of my favorite months for a lot of reasons. It's officially fall, the weather is just right, you can bring out the sweaters and, of course, it's my birthday month. Look at some more of my favorite things in October
Today, I went to NY Denim Days Festival which was really cool! It was a street fair and inside the Metropolitan Pavilion with fun little activities, along with tents with lots of denim clothes. Check out what my experience at the festival!
Since school started, I've been so caught up and stressed with all the work of applying to colleges and homework is due on a given time, while I still have to do my other daily activities too. Sometimes, I need to take a break from all the stressful factors in my life.
Today's post is going to be a little different than the ones I've done before. This one is all about the future and technology. I am currently applying for scholarships and I thought it would be fun to create this one as a blog post as well. The point of this post is to make up a piece of technology that may exist in ten years from now and creatively write about how it will affect my everyday life. I had a lot of fun writing it, and I hope you enjoy it too!
Today, I got to go to a photoshoot for a new collection created by Adriano Goldschmit, aka the king of denim. It was so cool to see all the pieces come together on the model. Here are 5 things I loved about the photo shoot today
I had the incredible opportunity to go tour the Instagram Head Quarters in NYC, along with three other teen bloggers. We got to explore the office, take pictures in front of cool backgrounds and talk about Instagram and what we love about it! Read more about my day at Instagram!
New York Fashion Week is one of my favorite weeks of the year for so many reasons. The designs, the vibe of eagerness from the audience and so much more. Read all about my favorite parts of this years Spring/Summer 2018 fashion week.