NYFW Style Recap: Part 1

February 13, 2014

Hi loves!

Fashion week is finally starting to wind down as we come upon our last day of New York Fashion Week 2014! I’ve had a great week that included presentations, fashion shows, celebrity encounters, and new friendships gained. If you’ve been following me on Instagram (@Chrissy_Joy) and Twitter (@ChrissyJoyy), you’ve probably seen a few of my style moments as I was giving a daily style feed of my outfits from the days that I attended. BUT, I saved all of the nitty gritty details for todayyy! 馃檪

Lets get right into a few of the looks from Day 2 and 3!

NYFW Day 2聽

On Day 2 of Fashion Week, I spent the morning at Lincoln Center taking Street Style pictures of outfits that caught my eye (See previous post). I later spent the evening at the 5:31聽J茅r么me F/W14 Women’s Presentation at Inglot Studio.聽On that day I chose to wear an all black outfit complete with my genie pants and favorite Chanel-inspired chain booties. I also made a headpiece to complete my look. Now, let me explain the story behind this headpiece.聽It was made out of a shoulder pad that I took out of one of my thrifted vintage jackets; I then added black tulle that was saved from one of my past photo shoot. I’ve always wanted to have a headpiece with tulle slightly over my face that I could wear with an up-do, but I couldn’t find a piece that I completely loved.聽So I thought, “why not just make one myself”. After a little cutting here and pinning there, Viola! My headpiece was created! 馃檪

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Top: H&M // Genie Pants: Michael Kors // White Jacket: Armani Exchange // Overcoat: Ann Taylor Loft // Chain Booties: Colin Stuart // Necklace: Flea Market // Bracelets: Vintage // Watch: Michael Kors // Rings: H&M // 797 Bag: Tory Burch

5:31聽J茅r么me F/W14 Women’s Presentation


The room was filled with models in burgundy, grey, black and white colorways. There were A-line midi dresses with cut-out designs, crop tops paired with tailored trousers and a TO-DIE-FOR embellished overcoat that had my name written all over it! 馃檪

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Each model was accessorized with either gold spiraled necklaces, bracelets or rings that connected to a bracelet.

Jerome Shoes

Shoes had a “melted gold” theme to them, so both boots and heels gave a textured pop to each of the outfits!


This was my favorite look of the collection! From the jacket (that I LOVE) to the bracelet and shoes, I need it ALL! 馃檪




I also ran into my favorite celebrity stylist, June Ambrose at the presentation, she is such a fun and sweet woman. We were literally dancing right before this picture and then she landed right into this fierce smize right when it was time to snap the pic. Yesss!!!

NYFW Day 3聽

On Day 3 of Fashion Week, I once again spent the morning snapping Street Style pictures of editors, bloggers and icons that I love!聽I later attended the Sheena Trivedi F/W14 Men and Womenswear Presentation at the Empire Hotel Rooftop.聽On this day I wore my thrifted vintage jacket as the base to build my outfit.聽I layered a button up shirt and tank top, and added my destroyed boyfriend jeans. Of course I added my current obsession shoes, black classic pointed toe-pumps.

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Jacket: Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market // Black- Button up: Ann Taylor Loft // Tank w/Gold Buttons: TJ Maxx // Destroyed Boyfriend Jeans: Express // Black Embossed Clutch: Find from my mother’s closet years ago // Pointed Toe Pumps : VictoriaSecret.com

Sheena Trivedi F/W14 Men & Womenswear Presentation聽


Male and Female models stood atop lit blocks to showcase designs that included high-waisted embellished pants, graphic tops and jackets with beaded and mirrored designs. Black was the main colorway seen throughout the collection, with some camel, red, and blue.

Headpiece Detail

Many of the female models wore elaborate facial accessories with paint designs on their face. It complimented the outfits and added a unique edge to each of the looks.

Pant Detail

I can always appreciate an outfit with great detailing. That’s why I love that this collection had lots of gorgeous detailing and patterns in a variety of styles.

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Loved this edgy/chic look. It was one of my favorite pieces from the collection.

Stay tuned for Part 2 of my NYFW Recap! 馃檪

Xoxo ~ Chrissy Joy

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