MY BEBE style AT NYFW
A couple of weeks ago I started packing up and getting ready to head out to New York Fashion Week once again! I made my rounds to some of my favorite showrooms and visited some of my favorite brands, and of course I had to hit up one of my tried and true favorites: bebe. Ever since my first partnership with bebe for Valentine’s Day 2015, I’ve consistently found stellar pieces for different occasions. So, naturally, it made sense to partner up with bebe once again for NYFW!
I visited their Los Angeles showroom and tried on different combinations of two piece outfits, dresses, and some outerwear. Like always, there were the clear favorites that stood out. Among them was a two-piece trouser and crop top set which oozed modern sophistication.I ended up wearing this to the Daily Front Row Fashion Media Awards with sleek, straight hair and a gold statement choker. This actually might be my favorite outfit of this bunch from bebe; it’s classic, current, and sexy all at the same time! And the little details like the lace at the sides of the top and the double straps at the shoulders just added a little more flavor to this all-black look.
I also picked up a gorgeous camel coat at bebe. Even though it wasn’t quite coat weather in New York City, I was dying to wear it! I paired it with a simple button down short sleeve top and a pair of bebe denim. A top knot, aviator sunglasses, and some casual heels made this the perfect “street style” look. It’s the kind of coat that’ll pair well with a work dress just as well as it would with jeans.
The faux leather dress was another favorite for me! The material was nice and lightweight, and the cut was perfection. It hugged and contoured at just the right places, giving my body sort of an enhanced shape. It’s simple and still edgy; perfect for NYC.
And, finally, I picked up a dress that was very different from the others! The magenta and purple print is an absolute eye-catcher, but the plunging neckline and the opening in the center to reveal tight black shorts just under the skirt make this the most unique piece. I added a belt that I got from bebe early this year; it added nice separation between the low V neckline and the peek-a-boo shorts under the sheer, flowy skirt. This dress is anything but basic, and while I tend to stick to more understated style, it was a tough one to pass up!
That wraps up the recap of my bebe style at New York Fashion Week. I’m eager to see what bebe comes up with next!