Wooden Watches For Sale
Summer is here and so far, it’s hot! Whether I’m riding my bike through Central Park, snagging a CitiBike downtown, or begrudgingly hitting up a SoulCycle class to get my booty into summer shape, there is only one thing I know – my seat is sweaty, sticky and in need of a bubble bath!
In Kindergarten we learn that sharing is caring. And, today’s entrepreneurs have taken that lesson to brand new heights. From shared rides and shared bikes to wear and return clothing and jewelry, we seem to live in an age where we share everything.
It makes me wonder, how sanitary can this possibly be?
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CitySeat. The opinions and text are all mine.
Keeping history and tradition in fashion alive and well is Allon Zloof, a man to whom I believe has earned the moniker, The Modern Milliner. In 2013, Zloof, who stems from generations of designer hat-makers, revived the centuries-old business, Tom Smarte, bringing fine British hat design into the 21st Century.
From the heart of London, Tom Smarte creates urban hats for a cosmopolitan look. From Savile Row to Hoxton, Tom Smarte’s English hats style travels well and is equally at home in Paris, Tokyo and New York.
I eagerly unpacked my brand new pair of Backyard Footwear Tivoli white canvas sneakers but with that extraordinary excitement came rapid heart palpitations and a surprising shortness of breath indicating my massive fear of sporting my new kicks on the streets of New York City! Everyday in Manhattan feels like that iconic scene from the opening credits of Sex & the City when our beloved Carrie Bradshaw gets splashed by a large, dirty puddle, courtesy of our lovely city buses. It’s nearly impossible to remain spotless all day which is why I carry a tide pen with me everywhere I go, and wish I could somehow waterproof and stain-proof my entire body from head to toe. Okay, perhaps I’m not the most careful person in the world, but I’m a busy woman with places to go and people to meet!
As many of you know, Instagram has become a new obsession of mine! While perusing the profiles of other influencers on the highly addictive app, I came across a wonderful company called Elegantees.
Growing up in a Hindu home, Mary’s parents would not accept her back home after she was rescued from trafficking because of the bad karma she might bring back into her family. Mary was heartbroken by this every time she attempted to regain acceptance. Then she learned to sew and was introduced to the Gospel and through this she gained confidence and hope. Mary sent money to her family and this surprised them so much they accepted her again. For a woman to earn an income in Nepal is a rare thing… Today, Mary’s relationship with her family has been restored and better than ever. She is an inspiration to many women.
Nothing excites a Syracuse University alum more than one of 2016 NYFW’s biggest trends, the colors orange and blue! Luckily my closet is filled to the brim of my two favorite colors. Designers like Opening Ceremony, Jeremy Scott and Tory Burch covered their runways with stylish models clad in the beautiful and spirited color combination.
Tory Burch; Opening Ceremony; Guilietta
From contrasting pants and shirts to dresses flawlessly combining the colorful hues, get ready to see an ample amount of “Syracuse” couture lining the windows of Saks, Barneys and Bergdof’s. I’ve been waiting for this moment for a long time…
Embracing the trend is one of Instagram’s most fashionable Social Influencers:
Kinza |@Latresor | Algeria / Norway
Kinza and her sister, Zozo (@mczozo) are personal style bloggers at http://www.lesfleursdor.com. The pair have an eye for both style and a bargain. The outfit above, which appears haute couture is actually a steal! Her dress is from Mango, trousers from Bik Bok, jacket from Monki, shoes from Zara and adding in some additional style, a vintage handbag. If there’s anything The Eden Edition loves completely, it’s something vintage, and of course, a good deal!
In fact, if you think dressing on a budget won’t get you attention, well, you couldn’t be more wrong! While in Oslo Runway, international street style photographers were eager to take pics of the sisters. David Nyanzi (@davidnyanzi) posted one of their photos, making the girls beyond excited!
We do not wear expensive brands from head to toe. We are concerned with style and the ability to combine different garments together. Even if it is bought on budget it can still look good.
Kinza reminds us that Norway has very long winters, and most embrace neutral tones. Therefore, she goes for color… and these colors are right on trend! Known as the “Fashion Sisters,” Kinza and Zozo are extraordinarily ambitious and determined to encourage and inspire women from all walks life. In 2014, they founded the socially oriented women’s organization CLÉ WOMEN with a friend Sheery K. They hold seminars and events that address relevant issues and works toward empowering women in everyday life and work. Their goal is to create a community of women who inspire and support each other.
If there is something you really want, then do it. The only thing you need is to set yourself a goal and work toward it. Never give up. You will fail many times but it is important to continue. That’s when the success comes! Trust us 🙂
Color blocking is one of the hottest trends happening in fashion, but it’s important to know how to properly embrace the magic of the rainbow. No one wants to look like they fell out of a 1990s time warp!
Try to compare two different colours from each end of the spectrum, and if you’re unsure, the easy way to do colour blocking is with accessories, kind of like how I did with this outfit. Also colour blocking isn’t just about mixing acid brights – it can look so pretty and elegant when done with pastel hues. As for colour blocking no no’s, it’s really up to personal taste – I personally wouldn’t do red and yellow, or bright yellow and bright green! But each to their own.