When I woke this Sunday feeling tired (from deep cleaning my room - Goodwill is about to be flush with goodies) and the first hint of seasonal allergies, I knew nothing but easy layers and giant sunglasses would do for my day four ensemble. So in the spirit of basically wearing pajamas outside, I started with my favorite silk dress over some flowy white pants. Then realizing fall is really, actually, truly here (yay!!!!), I added an oversized heathered sweater. But something was missing. Could it be? Did I need something to warm my neck and add some cool 90's mom vibe to the outfit? Yes, surely I needed yet another turtleneck! Then, as I said, seasonal allergies are wreaking havoc on my sinuses and I wanted to cover up my very puffy eyes, so voila! Giant sunglasses fit for an Olsen. And there you have it, a perfect Sunday street style bait oufit that feels like pajamas but is brimming with minimal goodness.
On this momentous Thursday of Thursdays, the monster that is Fashion Month kicks off starting in our beloved city of New York. This means the creme de la creme of the fashion world flock to the bustling city and flaunt their style chops. It's the best people watching if you can make it down the Lincoln Center anytime in the next seven days. Sadly, I can't be there this year, so I thought I would participate in spirit and put all my style stalking to good use! So without further ado...
I thought I'd start off day one with an easy all-black outfit, an obvious favorite of mine. I started the outfit off with this midi leather skirt. It felt fall-appropriate but wasn't too hot though the sun was shining bright today (it seems the weather clearly forgot to switch into fall mode already!). The idea of light layers was perfect to beat the heat and this floaty chiffon dress was a nod to the bohemian trends so prevalent right now, but less obvious with its black and white color story and deep V plunge. It feels more va-va-voom than flower child. Finally, this long jacket is an MVP in my fall wardrobe as a great light-weight layer or buttons all the way as a dress. A pair of monk strap flats and a long pendant necklace and I'm done! Chic, comfortable, and easy.