NYFW: Day In The Life With Burt’s Bees

19 September 2014

For Fashion Week this season I teamed up with
Burt’s Bees to share a day in the life at NYFW and to introduce their new {amazing} lip crayons. These Jojoba & Kendi oil (with just a touch of shea butter) enriched, moisturizing crayons have quickly won me and my cosmetic case over with their creamy matte colors created with 100% natural ingredients and no added flavors or fragrance. Now, I’ve found myself a bit partial to Hawaiian Smolder & Napa Vineyard, but there’s 6 shades to choose from so there’s a little something for everyone (check out the lip shade finder to find your perfect match).

Wear alone, or throw on some lipgloss and you’re ready to hit the streets & tents.

For Day Two of Fashion Week with Burt’s Bees, I kicked things off early on Friday at Stella Nolasco where I fell in love with her cheery floral prints, sheer, lace and metallic pairings and exuberant pops of color on everything from jumpsuits to flowing full skirted gowns.
Next, I hopped in a cab and made my way downtown to get a hair and makeup refresh with Burt’s Bees & TotallyHer at the Style Coalition Lounge. I got to catch up with Julia, while I grabbed a quick breakfast and swiped on Burt’s Bees Hawaiian Smolder before heading back to Lincoln Center for Zimmermann to fall in love with the metallic pleated skirts and dresses from the Spring 15’ collection.
After an afternoon at the tents I headed home to snap off a few pictures and a quick outfit change for dinner at the Style Coalition loft with Burt’s Bees & TotallyHer. I reached for Sedona Sands to give my almost all black ensemble a light pop of pink before heading out to see some of my old friends and of course, make a few new. We all connected over an intimate dinner of apricot chicken, cauliflower risotto and a honey cinnamon poached pear served over vanilla ice cream. The night went by so quickly, and I was sad when I had to part ways with Dianna at the train station.

I headed home, and got ready to do it all over again, just with different colors...
This post has been brought to you by Burt's Bees, thank you for supporting the brands that make this blog possible. 
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Look For Less: Valentino Rockstuds

18 September 2014

If you're a Valentino Rockstud fan but can't foot the bill, I found two more fabulous finds for a fraction of the designer price tag from none other than DSW and Lulu*s.

Pretty close right? At this rate you can buy 10 pairs and still have change left over ;).

Valentino Rockstud, $995 Nordstrom
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Hanes Live.Love.Color Tees, Two Ways

17 September 2014

I’m all for adding color to my ensemble especially when it comes in the form of a comfy tee that can be easily dressed up or worn with while lounging around the house. I just love the ease of throwing it on with a pencil or midi skirt with just the addition of a fabulous heel or necklace to spice things up. So when Hanes introduced me to their Live.Love.Color Tees I couldn’t resist giving a handful of them a whirl. The colors are vibrant, the fit is super soft and they come an array of (neck) designs and fits. I found that one of the best parts is they’re super budget friendly at $10 and under, which means I can finally stop buying those $30 tees that I’m terrified to wash...

With that being said, I thought my post Fashion Week style needed a pop of color to perk me up so I threw the tees on with two of my favorites to help keep things stylish while I stroll right on into Fall. And if you’re not in the color mood check out the Hanes Signature camis for your wardrobe style staple additions in Black and White (or any of the other 12 color choices). 

Don’t forget to check out the Hanes look book to find your perfect fit!

This post was sponsored by Hanes.

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Daisy Dream By Marc Jacobs

16 September 2014

Of course by now I’m sure you’ve heard of Marc Jacobs’s latest fragrance release, Daisy Dream by Marc Jacobs ($76 for the 1.7 Oz bottle). The elegant yet crisp springtime scent filled with notes of blackberry, jasmine, white woods (just to name a few) make you believe that you’re in a field of daisies, or at least wish you were. Perhaps in a dream. I personally have found myself spritzing this on more than my other favorites. So to go along with the {Daisy} Dream feeling you can create your very own dream capsule on the Marc Jacobs Fragrance website and submit it to be entered to win some fun prizes drawn each week (we’re talking Marc Jacobs fragrances, accessories, and the grand prize: a Marc Jacobs experience you thought you could only dream of). You’ll be sent your capsule in a year to see what goals and dreams have come true since...

Obviously I created one because why not, right? Which brought up what kind of goals and dreams I might have for the next year, or 5 years down the road. Finding more time to create is a first on the list, as well as traveling a little more and finally taking that trip to Paris. Others were more family related, whereas some involved cake, naturally.

And if you’re looking for some inspiration, or just some new tunes, check out the Daisy Dream Pandora playlist created by the man himself, Marc Jacobs.

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream. While I was compensated to write a post about Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream, all opinions are my own.
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NYFW Style with Lulu*s

15 September 2014

This Fashion Week I mostly kept things simple in the form of separates, prints and color. I wanted easy, wearable pieces with their own pop of pizazz and personality for each day I was there... 

So when I teamed up with Lulu*s to throw together a couple of NYFW outfits I immediately knew that I would reach for a playful skirt, cropped top and layers, my current uniform, naturally. Though I will say their current selection made it hard for me to narrow things down, talk about awesome Fall pieces!

As far as Day 4's look goes, the {midi} skirt spoke volumes on it's on with a playful new take on typical stripes in the form of sheer and metallics. Topped with a cropped top and leather jacket it fit together perfectly, I grabbed my larger bag for toting my camera and heavier items but switched it out for a clutch for dinner...

Get The Look {for less!}:

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Juicy Couture Viva la Juicy Gold X TfDiaries

12 September 2014

When it comes to gold I’m probably one of the firsts to layer it on when I’m getting dressed, there’s just something about that bright metallic hue that does something to me. Eyeshadow, accessories, and jewelry, you name it - I’m all for it. So when Juicy Couture launched Viva la Juicy Gold Couture I thought it was only fitting to give it a try and head to the launch where I was doused it all things gold, including my ensemble for the evening. My vintage {french connection} gold sequin dress paired with a smokey eye seemed fitting for the occasion, am I right?
After walking in to Goldbar (how fitting), I was quickly spritzed with Viva la Juicy Gold Couture and sent on my way to grab a drink, indulge in their ice cream bar and of course try my hand at the photo booth, like any blogger would do. We spent the night watching the bartenders craft custom Gold Couture inspired cocktails with just a touch of pink with chambord and raspberries to keep things in theme with the brand and fragrance. Which was then followed up with chatting about our favorite shows and trends from the tents this week. As we ended out our night in the rooms adorned in fragrance bottles and the right amount of sparkle we were handed glitter gift bags filled with midas infused accessories, beauty products and of course, a purse sized rollerball of the fragrance for on-the-go application...
I’m sure by now you’re wondering about the scent, so as far as the fragrance itself goes, it has quickly taken a (dominant) spot on my dresser with it’s rich vanilla, caramel and amber aroma paired with decedent berries. I’ve found it light enough for everyday use with just a touch of decadence. Viva la Juicy {Gold Couture}!
This post was sponsored by SheKnows and Style Coalition.

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