It was so crazy how time flew while in New York. The continuous patterns throughout the time I was there was just having one thing after the other. But lets just say I enjoyed the business. It made me feel like a real New Yorker since I was always rushing form one place to the next. Whether it was another show, brunch with a friend or a college visit, there was always something happening. 


To start out Sunday, I headed to my first event of the day bright and early at 11:00 a.m. As much s I want to be, I am not a morning person. After rushing around for two days straight, all I wanted to do was sleep in. But I finally made it out of the morning and I the energy of NYC to thank for pushing me out of the bed. I was to excited for the day ahead to sleep in. That morning, I got the opportunity to attend the Claudia Li presentation and enjoy all of the beautiful patterns and pops of color that so subtly worked together with the neutrals and the metallics throughout the entire collection.



Outfit 1
Dress: Nasty Gal
Blazer: H&M
Jacket: TopShop
Necklace: House of Harlow
Shoes: Zara


I would have to say that presentations have become one of my most favorite events to attend. I love how the designer presents their collection on almost in a sort of display and allows you to take in each one of the details they have so carefully put together. It makes you almost appreciate the uniqueness of each individual piece secretly and see how each garment works cohesively with the entire collection.



After attending the first event of the day, I spent a couple hours enjoying my favorites parts of New York. Getting some free time was rare during my weekend in New York, so when I got a single minute to relax, I took that time to savor the things that I love most about NYC. During this time, me and my mom headed over to Chelsea and deplored the chelsea market. After be surrounded by creative people and all of their amazing creations, we headed over to the Upper East Side to my all time favorite spot in NYC, the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

{I took a break from the camera during this time and spend some quality time with my mom}


While at the Claudia Li Presentation that past morning, I made an appointment at the Tressemé Salon in Spring Studios. I would have to say that this is such an amazing idea to offer free hair styling right at the main venue because finding time to go and get a blowout or even find time to fix my own hair is non existent. While at the Tressame Salon, I wanted to try something new. So I sendup doing some mini corn rose with some loose curls. I am so glad with how it turned out and definitely will be taking full advantage of the Salon the next time I am in New York for NYFW.

Outfit 2
Top: Urban Outfitters
Bodysuit: Nastygal
Jacket: Eggie
Pants: H&M


The Last show of the day was the Chocheng show. This show was inspired by 20s suilouettes and the idea of women being able to expose themselves for who they are. I loved the ideas behind this collection and see history come to life.