Thank God it wasn’t painfully cold like day 3 and 4. We started the day by shooting a couple of looks around the Soho neighboorhood since it’s the most quaint and lovely neighboorhood in Manhattan. Not to mention super easy for us to just go down the elevator 🙂
First stop was the NoMo SoHo. They have an iconic tunnel of live plants as the entryway of their hotel/restaurant. And sure enough, we were not the only ones there to snap pics! Must stop if you’re in the area, my friends. I wanted to wear my Vici Leopard print dress since I thought it would go perfect with the environment! What do you think?!
A light rain started in the middle of our shoot so we got creative and pulled out the hotel umbrella for my next look. I picked an LBD with a little front tie (sold out but I linked a similar) and layered necklaces to add some spice to it. These block heel leopard printed sandals are super comfy and I know I’ll get a ton of wear out of them this spring.
We missed our show so we went to spring studios where Kelsey had one and took advantage of being photographed (there’s always a chance to be captured by a street style photographer). Well, the coolest part is that I ended up being re-grammed by LikeToKnow.it wearing my show ensemble! This sequined layered skirt is a must for show-time. Runs true o size, and is machine washable! It’s a midi length and pairs well with booties as well as sandals for spring. I wore mine with a tee to make it more street style and topped off with a pink fur coat. We were in NYC after all!
Then, after another change of outfit, it was time to hop on an Uber and head uptown to the Marc Fisher showroom. We went to check out the spring and fall 2019 collection first hand. By-the-way feel free to use a discount code I have for my lovely readers: Use code LTD276 to enjoy 20% off your entire purchase any time between now and 6/30/19 at 11:59 pm EST. On Marc Fisher Website only!
After checking Uber ETA we decided to take the subway… I wore a great basic leather legging with studded booties for comfort since we didn’t know if we would be heading back to the hotel before dinner.
The Marc Fisher showroom was located on 5th Avenue inside of the Trump Tower which has two Gucci stores on each side of the building. The dangerous zone you might be thinking….well you thought right! Kelsey wanted to take a peek at the store and there we went…two glasses of prosecco, a Princetown loafer, and a watch later we exited the building giggling like someone who just opened a Christmas gift! Will be working for shoes this whole month BTW!!!
After that iconic stop, we headed out to meet a group of friends at Mexicue in the Tribeca area. Margs and more tacos later it was bedtime!!!