Thursday, October 23, 2014

Like a Peach


A fuzzy sweater is one of those fashion items that looks exactly how it feels - so soft and cuddly that you never want to take it off (which has kind of been the case with this H&M sweater that I've been wearing nonstop - good thing I was smart enough to buy it twice). Thankfully, the fashion world is on board with all things fuzzy lately - loving this whole "Fall's Coziest" section here on Shopbop

Shop Fuzzy:


Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Cotton Candy

Zara Coat, Lulu's Dress, Oriental Traffic Boots

This coat from Zara is one of the few pink items I own, which is surprising because it was my favorite color growing up. And as fitting as the color pink is for Springtime I'm loving it so much more for Fall - it's the perfect compliment to the red and orange leaves that have taken over Boston.

Shop Pink:

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Designer Dialogue: Nikki Chasin


Designer Nikki Chasin has been been on my radar ever since she won one of the coveted 15 spots on Racked Young Gun Class of 2014 - an honor that highlights up and coming designers. Then I spotted this matching plaid  set by Nikki on Of-a-Kind and I knew I had to share her amazing designs with you guys. Meet the New York talent below and head over to her website to see more of her statement pieces.


What's the story behind Nikki Chasin? 
I started Nikki Chasin about a year after graduating from Parsons. I had worked for companies big and small, and saw a space in the market for girls who want that "laid-back, dressed-up" look that has become a signature for the brand. 

 Favorite item from the current collection? 
 Floral quilted bomber jacket! 

 Who is the Nikki Chasin girl?
 Nikki Chasin is for the girl who is playful but wise. She's in on the joke and doesn't take herself too seriously. 

What celebrity/model/icon do you see wearing Nikki Chasin? 
Aubrey Plaza, Mindy Kaling, Linda Rodin 

Favorite spots in New York? 
ABC Kitchen for brunch, Toro for dinner. Pies 'n Thighs anytime of day. A run along the Hudson to work it all off.