Chicago is known for many things including our unique style. I would definitely define my style as urban while embracing my European roots and chicness. I try to think outside of the box and also experiment with different styles. For today’s look I went big—a chunky, oversized knit sweater paired with a chic metallic skirt and I was all set. It’s finally fall hence bring out all of your cozy knits!
Scrolling through Instagram or perusing every influencer’s blog, you might think that influencers spend $1,000 a month on shoes and buy a new coat every season, but the reality is, we don’t. My goal is to inspire your personal style—and what’s more personal than making the most of what you’ve got?
From leather to tweed, I’ve created my must-have fall guide—items and clothes you’ll need to have on the radar right now! Throughout Fashion Week, I was inspired by the 70s. It’s all about patterns, colors, coats and layering tricks. Continue reading to prepare for an eye-catching wardrobe this season.
Since I do social media for a living some might think that creating Pinterest worthy images comes easily to me but the truth is that I have days where I feel completely uninspired too. I’m just like anyone else. This year I’ve traveled quite a bit, from San Francisco, to Amsterdam, to Dusseldorf, to Xanten, and now New York. Traveling always inspires me, it’s part of me. Since I was an infant (literally!) my family and I would travel the world (which is why I consider myself a world citizen rather than narrowing it down to just one country).
It feels so good to be back in New York for Fashion Week! It seriously is my favorite time of year! My husband (who’s also my brand manager) and I left early Saturday morning (woke up at 4AM to catch a flight at 7AM!) for meetings, photo shoots and shows. After a slight flight delay my husband and I got into NYC around 11AM.