Feminine White Ruffles and Masculine Plaid Pants Straight from Italy- NYFW Outfit Highlight #1

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Sorry guys it’s been so long since I’ve found some time to recap my NYFW outfits and highlights. It was definitely my busiest season yet! I’m going to start off my first post with my first favorite outfit, my second post with my second, and so on and so forth throughout this past NYFW. My last post will be a recap, so stay tuned for the highlights of my week!

My first fav outfit came straight from Italy. Literally. My entire wardrobe came from a super cute store in SoHo called Official Made in Italy. The store embraces its very own name: every single brand in there is made in Italy. This season, I was so happy and proud to be dressed head to toe with their brands. What I wore ranged from sunglasses, blouses, pants, to leather gloves. I felt like a bougie European badass with class. #watchout

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The StyleWright New Years Giveaway with Juice Beauty!

Win Juice Beauty's Anti-Wrinkle Solutions Kit

Is one of your New Years’ Resolutions to take better care of yourself? If the answer is “yes”, and if part of it includes taking better care of your skin, then this giveaway is for you! This month, I am partnering with Juice Beauty, an amazing organic skincare and beauty line, to gift my fans with their Anti-Wrinkle Solutions Kit (valued at $100).

 

I have been using Juice Beauty products for about a month now, and I can verify that these products are a must-try.
Formulated with organic ingredients with clinically proven results, it is no wonder why I support the products and the people behind the company.

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Fashion – For Your Appraise or The Male Gaze?

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For centuries, the utilization of fashion and its ultimate purpose has changed over time. Believe it or not – the beautiful “peacocks” were once the men. Dressed with prestige, men used to dress elaborately to demonstrate their wealth, and it was the women who were more obscure in taste.

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With the rise of the Industrial Revolution during the 18th century came the work-wear of the man. Blue-collar work was at an all-time high, and it became impractical for the male to wear ornate clothing. The man’s garb became simpler and reversed in eloquence, whereas the woman’s hour-glass figure started to become more prominent. For the woman, sleeves shortened in length and the bodice was cut extremely low with exposed shoulders. Gradually, the woman’s body was becoming unveiled for everyone to see, stitch by stitch.

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