It’s no secret that I love Newbark slides. This summer, my fiancé gave me this double strap nude style that I’ve lived in. Newbark slides have a supported sole that makes it comfortable for walking around the city for hours. These particular slide sandals have a hidden bar that sits in between your toes to avoid sliding right out of them. If you don’t already own a pair of slide sandals, you’re missing out on the most effortlessly stylish shoe of the season. Shop my favorite Newbark slide sandals below.
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When shopping for pieces that can withstand the test of trend and season, successfully styling these pieces can be challenging. I find that a tunic/mini dress is my most transitional wardrobe piece. This month, I released the DE SMET Tunic Shell keeping this very idea of transitional dressing in mind. On Instagram, you can see how I am wearing this style today. But I’m here to break it down even further for you.
Take this style into the evening hours with ruffled suede ankle boots, a textured clutch and organic hoops for a modern take on the 70’s trend.
When fall hits and you’re craving lots of layers, go for tailored cropped trousers and a lightweight knit to wear under your tunic. Style this look with smart loafers and a shoulder bag to take you from client lunches to museum visits.
In an effort to bring you more diverse content, I’ve decided to start a new segment focusing on music: Musical Ensemble. I find myself looking to new mediums to fill the silence (or drown out distractions) while I’m working. I usually alternate between podcasts, documentaries and music. Recently, I began building playlists on Spotify and I thought I’d share them with you. I kept the playlists fairly short and edited (how I like my wardrobe) so you can listen at your leisure. The first playlist in this series features moody tunes from past to present, perfect for a damp, grey day like we’re having in New York today. Listen to the playlist on Spotify and stay tuned for more! What do you listen to while you work? I am always looking for new recommendations, tell me in the comments below!