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Little Black Coat

Coat: Steve Madden / Skirt: H&M / Top: Forever21 / Sunnies: H&M (similar here) / Tights: Uniqlo / Booties: Forever21 (similar here)/ Bag: Rebecca Minkoff 
Photography: Jessie Cheng 
Even though it is not a mexican holiday, the fact of growing up between two wonderful countries gave me the chance to have the best of both worlds. Today I’m celebrating Thanksgiving with my cousin and some friends in the most traditional way possible which includes turkey, snow, wine, and New York City! 
The most important thing about this holiday is of course, to be grateful. A holiday shouldn’t be an excuse to thank but it should be a day to bring the family together and remember that every day is a blessing and every day we should take at least one second to thank and tell that special person how much you care and how much they are changing your life. Even if it’s in the smallest way, you never know the impact that a truthful “thank you” can be. 
How to prepare for the holidays? Whether is sequins, fur and heels or something more comfortable like a cool skirt and a chunky sweater, there is nothing that a black coat can’t fix. I do believe a good coat makes every winter outfit more tailored and elegant. No matter where you go, if it’s walking on the Highline Park (like today’s post) or a date night out, a black coat on top will do the work, including keeping you warm. 
I’m thankful for my family,
for my friends,
for my boyfriend, 
for health, love, and support, 
for my career and my job,
and most importantly, I thank God for all the blessings.
Happy Thanksgiving! 
Love,
S

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A Walk On The Highline

Dress: TOPSHOP / Shoes: Restricted / Bag: Longchamp / Sunnies: Free People / Belt: BCBG 

What a better way to wear a floral dress than for a walk in the park. One of my favorite parks has to be the Highline Park, also because I have the Chelsea market underneath where I can find the best iced coffee and brownies. Yes, I have a sweet-tooth!

 As girly as I am, I actually don’t like wearing dresses. I like the challenge so mixing and matching pieces makes my style more fun and interesting, however some other times I feel like wearing one piece. This floral dress has enough print to put chunky accessories on it but a cute belt makes it more flirty. I chose black because it matches the black line on the panama hat and my sunnies, and to change it a little bit I put on my mint cut-out oxford shoes. Casual, comfortable and yet stylish.

Don’t be afraid to add your own touch to a simple dress, there is always a way to own a piece without trying too hard. 
Love, 
S