As I was writing about my final NYFW look last night HERE, I felt like there was something missing, and of course it was this nude number from day 1. I wore this delicate lace babydoll-esque piece from Tadashi Shoji to the TS show. As you may recall one of my earlier collaborations in my career with Tadashi Shoji as their campaign model for their 30th Anniversary collection HERE, and also being able to work with my mom for the video shoot HERE, this is a brand that remains very close to my heart.
I wanted to toughen up this delicate nude lace piece so I paired it with my suede thigh high boots that I recently purchased for the fall! I can’t wait to wear these boots with a pair of jeans and a cozy sweater during the cold autumn days , all while sipping on a pumpkin spice latte. Anyways the color nude tends to wash me out, so I added some black accents to complete this look.
I think it’s safe to say that i’m officially bicoastal – the past 2 months i’ve been in New York more than I have been here in LA. As much as I love traveling there are times when I miss home, but thanks to The Morgan’s Group, for always welcoming me back to NY with open arms. Last time I stayed at The Hudson hotel, another Morgans Group property, which is conveniently located next to the Columbus circle and the Lincoln center.
This time I stayed at The Royalton, a boutique hotel tucked away in the heart of Manhattan. The minute you walk into the lobby you can feel the sultry & seductive atmosphere. It is the perfect luxurious Manhattan hideaway. The best part of staying at The Royalton? Besides their extremely comfy and fluffy beds? and their special little deliveries of thoughtful sweets & treats? The in room spa & beauty treatment in your very own disco ball soak tub! After a long day of running from show to show , in 5 inch stilettos, there’s absolutely no better way to end the day than to soak in the tub with a glass of wine! Thank you Julianne and the whole Morgan’s Group for being my home away from home!
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