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Sunday, September 11, 2016

New York Fashion Week Day 2: Lulus Style Studio Event

New York Fashion Week
September 9 2016
Day 2

Day 2 of Fashion Week was a sight seeing day for my fiance and I! Sorry that I am a day behind on my fashion week posts. NYFW is incredibly exhausting! Day 2 I didn't have any shows to attend just the Lulus event later on that night..

For breakfast we found the most delicious place for acai bowls called Liquiteria located at 170 2nd Ave. If you guys are ever in New York visit Liquiteria and try the vacation bowl. Amazing!!

                                        Image via Liquiteria                                                     Image via Liquiteria

For the past 2 years I have attended the Lulus event during NYFW and its so much fun and a nice time to see all my friends and meet new ones. This year they had a cotton candy machine and it was a hit with me because not only was it delicious but also organic! 

There were so many goodies and one of my favorites was a wand by NUME. I have never owned a NUME products so I was really excited!

I'm wearing:

Blazer Dress: Urban Outfitters  (affordable one) / Heels: Zara /
Choker: Asos (click here) /

At every Lulus event you are allowed to pick up one outfit from there second floor and this year I picked up a cute pair of fringe sweatpants that I can't wait to style!

Later on that night my friends and I went to Cafe Nuvo and had such a good time! 
Tomorrow I will share with you all my Day 3 fashion week post!



  1. Loving your blazer dress. You girls are stunning! Fab.

    Inez | My Small World

  2. You look so pretty! Just one question what you working as? I want a job where i can go to the fashion week myself just the way you did.

    1. Thank you so much! I went to show as "media blogger" Its quite the hustle to get into fashion week shows but find email for pr contacts and reach out to them to attend a show in exchange for show coverage xo


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