As some of you already know, I am a style ambassador for Guess! I wanted to share my recent style story with you featuring one of their most glitzy time pieces. Perfect for a night out on the town, or atleast paired with this beautiful red tuxedo jumpsuit from Missguided, I love my guess watch!
I had so much fun styling this H&M cape. What I didn’t know is how mysterious and “spy-like” the whole ensemble looked. My photographer, Glen, gave it a sort of “Harriet the Spy” feel! The neighborhood is Fells Point. Fells Point is going through a major transition right now, it will be interesting to see how it evolves by the end of next year!
The DVF wrap dress is just a pure classic! Diane von Furstenberg is best known for introducing the knitted “wrap dress” in 1974. Almost 40 years later it is sill as relevant and as trendy as when it first debuted in the fashion scene. My trip to the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) was amazing! Just so happen that this is the BMA’s 100th year which coincides perfectly with the anniversary of the classic DVF wrap dress. I should also add I am wearing the DVF signature print! (I didn’t find this out until one of my good friends shared this with me!) While, taking a tour of the BMA, I noticed an Andy Warhol room! OK, this could not have worked out any better. If you don’t know Diane von Furstenberg served as one of Andy Warhol’s muses! Her face is perhaps one of my most favorite works by the artist.