Love for the logo trend…

The logo trend is back again in full effect, making a huge return since its’ last appearance back in the 90’s.Like every cyclical refresh, the trick to incorporating it into your wardrobe is to get creative with styling it; the way it was done back in the flygirl days was more over the top and Love for the logo trend…

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The logo trend is back again in full effect, making a huge return since its’ last appearance back in the 90’s.Like every cyclical refresh, the trick to incorporating it into your wardrobe is to get creative with styling it; the way it was done back in the flygirl days was more over the top and less nuanced than what we are seeing on today’s runways.  I lived through the 90’s trend and I will admit that it took a little bit for me to warm up to the nostalgia.  That said….Fendi logo tights?  LOVE them!  Why? The simple answer is that they read as a pattern!  I love how these are done in neutral colors and can make a simple LBD take on an entirely new life. Here I’ve layered a bit but kept the color palette simple, black and tan.  I started with a basic turtleneck and black velvet skirt, added a corduroy blazer for texture and then topped it off with a wide patent leather belt and black riding boots (high heeled of course).  I chose this faux fur coat within the same color story to create a look that has depth, texture, and a flattering silhouette.

In the mix of NY Fashion Week, I took the opportunity to shoot at my favorite spot in NYC…..the Bow Bridge in Central Park.  I shoot here at least once a season as the background changes and really inspires my look.  While summer inspires a rich and colorful look, and fall a more earthy muse, there is something beautiful about the barren trees against the backdrop of the concrete buildings.

Comment below what is your favorite NYC photo spot?

What I wore;

Coat, boots, bag- Alice & Olivia

Tights, Belt- Fendi

Blazer- Jcrew

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