One of the best parts about fashion week is the street style. I love seeing the looks so many of my fellow fashionista’s put together. And one of my favorite past times is looking at street style online. So today I am proud to say, I will be sharing some snaps of street style that I myself shot.
I had time to kill between shows for Nolcha, and after strolling outside for a bit and using the rest room, I spied a spot on a bench inside Art Beam and decided to give my tootsies a much needed break from the heels I was sporting. Luckily for me I sat next to quite the fashionable young woman. And the first thing I noticed, was her Fendi bag. It was yellow and had a floral embellished strap.
It was just like the gorgeous Fendi bag I had seen in a magazine except that the one I liked was bigger and burgundy, and had a studded strap and a ruffle detail. I knew her bag was a Fendi, but I inquired on it anyway; of course she confirmed that yes indeed, it was a Fendi. This broke the ice, and the next thing I knew I found myself asking her if she wouldn’t mind posing for photos, and needless to say she was all for it.
She really was the picture of fashion itself
Wearing the perfect ensemble of a sateen floral dress, metallic kitten pumps and according to WhoWhatWear, kitten pumps are having a moment. And her stand out Fendi bag. She really was the picture of fashion itself. And you may have noticed her in the post on Cashmere Song, who she was there to see, as she congratulated the designer Song Hong with a bouquet of flowers.
And yes, she did give me her contact info, and yes I did indeed put said info in to my phone, but thanks to the Google app importing every contact in to my new phone—which I know sounds like a good thing. But not when every contact is every person I have ever emailed. Well you can just imagine. Now I can not find her info. I should of put her information in notes, and then put it in contacts later when I got home. I am sure her info is there somewhere, but finding it? That is another story…