How To Cuff Your Jeans Like A Stylist

How To Cuff Your Jeans Like A Stylist

May 23, 2016

thebrooklynstylist_black_and_white_6 While you know I love my fashion, I’m not one to usually go shopping in my spare time believe it or not. Most of my wardrobe comes from either brands I discover through this site, or stuff I end up buying while prepping for / on my shoots (case in point, this entire outfit). This past week I was on a shoot that not only I got to style, but I actually got to “model” some of Magaschoni‘s spring collection (stay
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LA Meets Brooklyn Style

LA Meets Brooklyn Style

May 16, 2016

thebrooklynstylist_tobi_romper_4 While I’m “The Brooklyn Stylist” and I’m a NYC gal in my style, there’s something about the LA ease that I gravitate towards. I look forward to the warmer months in the city to break out more of that LA meets Brooklyn style. Not that I want to dress like I’m going to Coachella every day, but there’s nothing easier yet put together than throwing on a breezy romper and some classic worn in Chucks, paired of course
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Not Basic Spring Basics

Not Basic Spring Basics

May 11, 2016

thebrooklynstylist_banana_republic_spring_1 This weather we’ve been having in the Northeast has been bananas lately.It’s May and I was scraping frost off my car in the morning, but then it got up to 70 degrees. I went from 85 and sunny during my trip to New Orleans a couple of weeks ago, then back to chilly Brooklyn before heading up to even colder Boston for a couple of weeks to style a big campaign shoot. What gives Mother Nature? How’s a
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{TRAVEL DIARY} Exploring New Orleans

{TRAVEL DIARY} Exploring New Orleans

May 9, 2016

thebrooklynstylist_neworleans Where to Stay, Eat, Drink, Shop while Exploring New Orleans – and obviously what to wear: ———————————————————— WHERE TO STAY: Hotel Provincial – This is where I like to stay because it’s a bit removed from the tourist and Bourbon street crowds, but it’s still in the center of the action in the French Quarter, but steps from cool local flare by the Frenchman Street bars and the still rough-around-the-edges Treme neighborhood. It’s also the most affordable spot for your
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