Day 3 apparently was the day when my fashion brainpower hit a bump in the road. All my carefully packed outfits stayed on the rail in our AirBnb (an incredible photographer’s loft in Williamsburg that I can’t believe I didn’t take shots of…) and double denim went on my body. I walked the High Line and ate a pretzel the size of my head. I caught up with Nancy after a show to grab these quick shots before sharing the rest of the pretzel stashed in my handbag. It was pretty glamorous. I did wear my shirt off the shoulder though – perhaps one fashion point? Mostly because I have this thing with off the shoulder… Half a point?
And later I went to my favourite presentation of fashion week – Banana Republic. I wore a look which required barely an iota of fashion brainpower because, yep, I’ve worn it before. The exact same. Oh the shame…
shirt – Gap :: jean – H&M
blade sandal – Chelsea Paris
suede bag – River Island
Ray Ban aviators – SmartBuyGlasses
Photos by Nancy Gibbs
Turns out Marissa Webb is creative director of Banana Republic so, after seeing her show earlier in the week, it’s not really a huge surprise that the Banana presentation was going to be right up my street. Needless to say, one of my first stops when I arrived in London was this store although, of course, I need to wait until next season for these beauties…
Forest green leather and prints and those super wide leg stripes and perfect cut-out lace and tassel sandals (just like the Webb show) and effortless shirting and those lace culottes (hello and welcome to my closet as soon as I can get my hands on you) and all the details, right down to the glasses… and there’s a showstopper of a red dress too that will be on the waiting list… perfection.
You still look fahsion-y! My no brain power outfits are terrible!
Still super stylish to me Ms Wendy! Love the off the shoulder shirt. Still majorly jealous of your trip
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I love these outfits, and i love shopping online