Summer Friday With Rent The Runway

Summer Friday With Rent The Runway

July 21, 2016

GIRLS_5   Summer Fridays, when they happen, are glorious. Most of mine this summer are spent working on photoshoots, but I recently had one of these fabulous Fridays off where I got to spend it in style. I grabbed my fashion partner in crime, Emily, and we took on NYC while partnering with Rent The Runway to dress us for our day, while taking over their Snapchat for the day. I chose to wear this Tanya Taylor “cold shoulder”
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Instant Bikini Ready

Instant Bikini Ready

July 18, 2016

thebrooklynstylist_teami_4thofjuly If you’re like me, you begin to panic some time around May that bikini season is coming up. You suddenly have to step up your health and fitness game to get bikini ready after months of neglect. As a health-conscious vegetarian, yoga/barre addict, and woman who is always moving for my job as a stylist, it’s fairly easy to get back into shape. The problem I’ve found is that I’m constantly bloated. It just doesn’t go away and seems to
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{TRAVEL DIARY} Hamptons Boho Style

{TRAVEL DIARY} Hamptons Boho Style

July 11, 2016

thebrooklynstylist_bluma_project_tularosa My first time ever venturing out to the Hamptons, I found myself among company that all were seasoned Hamptons vacationers. Every girl had the same Brooks Brothers white cable knit sweater that they threw over their shoulders just in case it got chilly in the evenings, which almost always it does. I went back to my hometown of Huntington on Long Island and purchased said sweater immediately after because I drank the Koolaid. I wanted to be like
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{TRAVEL DIARY} Hamptons Casual

{TRAVEL DIARY} Hamptons Casual

July 6, 2016

thebrooklynstylist 4thofjuly hamptons I grew up about an hour east of NYC out on Long Island, but just another hour or so further out—or 3, depending on traffic—is like another world to me. The Hamptons weren’t something I grew up with other than hearing stories of my father’s bachelor days, back when the Hamptons were still affordable. For those of you not local to New York, it’s a place where city folk, mostly with disposable income, go to spend their summers. I’ve
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