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New York Fashion Week was a whirlwind experience, and I can’t wait until next year! Robin and I are already planning more travel for the upcoming months and into next year, and it just seems surreal that my job allows me to travel so much. Today I’m sharing one of my favorite looks featuring this vintage red blazer that I wore during Fashion Week, and one of 3 looks that I was photographed in by street style photographers (evidently they’ll photograph anyone! haha).
Since my blazer is vintage Dior ergo no longer available, I’ve linked some of my favorite red blazers for fall at different price points below for your to check out – they’re gorgeous! I paired it with a beautiful, crisp white shirt dress with large ruffle sleeves and pushed the sleeves of my blazer up near my elbow to allow my sleeves to flow freely. This shirt dress ran pretty large, here I’m wearing the XS, so I recommend sizing down. Keeping with the red and gold theme of this outfit, I added a pair of Christian Louboutin Catchetta sandals in gold (these are seriously so comfortable, I wish I could wear them every day!), a pair of red and gold sunglasses, and a beautiful ring gifted to me at the Galtiscopio Runway Show during New York Fashion Week. I finished the look off with this beautiful red necklace on a a gold chain gifted to me by the Starfish Project, an organization that rescues women and girls from human trafficking and sex slavery and gives them jobs making jewelry so that they can be independent and safe. Each purchase from Starfish Project funds a different aspect of the shelter the women and girls stay at, whether it’s funding their education (many of the ladies there never made it past elementary school), funding healthcare costs, providing them with counseling, or helping them learn other life skills they need to live independently. I’m extremely proud to partner with the Starfish Project to help women and girls live life on their own terms, and to help them experience freedom, and I hope you’ll check out their website to learn more!
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