My four fierce Eloquii looks from New York Fashion Week
Ever since I was a little girl, I have dreamt of going to New York Fashion Week. Getting to see the latest trends, the street style, meeting some amazing people – and all while being in the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple. While I have been to NYC many times, I have never been able to go to NYFW or invited for that matter.
Until this year!
I was invited to shows, presentations and events all week long – which means I needed some fab outfits. Thanks to my friends at Eloquii, I was able to look amazing all week long. I will be doing more outfit posts from the week, but I have rounded up my four Eloquii looks that are still available for you to shop online!
When I saw these floral pieces being worn as separates on the website, I knew this was my perfect chance to go big with a bold patterned suit. This looks is super comfy as well as flattering. Plus adding a leather crop bustier gives it just enough sex appeal and edge (the handbag is Henri Bendel).
I went a little more classic in a bordeaux ruffle skirt and a white denim bell sleeve top that buttoned up the back. Pairing it with a great lion necklace c/o Kendra Scott, a Henri Bendel bag and faux fur heels from Who What Wear for Target made the perfect outfit!
I kept it pretty casual in a sweatshirt dress with sleeve cut outs and paired it with suede over the knee boots, a top knot and a statement bag from Express and necklace from Baublebar!
My last Eloquii New York Fashion Week outfit was this amazing printed high neck shirt dress! Super comfy, the fit was amazing and the material is seriously so soft! This dress was perfect for the rooftop after party for the Tracy Reese presentation.
Thank you so much to the team at Eloquii for helping me look fabulous during New York Fashion Week! I will be recapping my Phillip Plien show outfit later this week, so stay tuned!
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