Coat: Elie Tahari
Shirt: Lush at Necessary Clothing
Leggings and acessories: H&M
Shoes: Deena and Ozzy at Urban Outfitters
Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs
photos taken by Brian Cavanaugh
There are two exciting things that I want to tell you guys about/introduce you to.
First...this top is one of my new spring pieces that I just couldn't wait any longer. I had bought this on a recent shopping trip with my cousin at this store called Necessary Clothing. I have walked by the SOHO store front on Broadway about a half a dozen time but never thought about actually walking in. I wasn't sure if it was a cheap store with crap in it or a cheap store with awesome finds but I never took a chance on it. Luckily for me my cousin is a fashionista with a budget too so thanks to her I'm now obsessed with this store. It is full of great clothing that is on point with low prices. The store was filled of my favorite trends: neons and pastels! It was hard for me to not go home with an armful of clothing but instead I went home with a few key pieces this button down included. I can't wait to wear it without a sweater. O don't worry if you don't live in NYC they have an online shop: NecessaryClothing.com.
Secondly...You all know how much I love Arrojo Studio. Well I got the chance to test out their new Dry Shampoo! Which is super exciting since I've been wanting to try out some dry shampoo for awhile now. Let's be honest sometimes we miss a day...or two...of showers which leaves our hair feeling gross and oily. Well thanks Arrojo's Dry Shampoo it absorbs the excess oils and leaves your hair feeling volumized and dry. It's so simple to use to: spray, brush out, and style. Since I don't really like wearing my hair down to much with a collar shirt after I used the Dry Shampoo then I just styled it into a low pony tail and was done. Going a day or so with out washing my hair always leaves me a little self-conscious especially with my bangs since I feel like they look like a total greasy mess but with the Dry Shampoo it left me feeling cleaner. It's definitely a life saver. Plus it's so inexpensive for a must have item-- it's only $22 for a tall 8.0 oz spray can. You can buy it on Arrojo Studio's website.