Sweater, Zara / Scarf, H&M / Boots, Jeffrey Campbell / Jacket, H&M / Hat, LF

In the midst of the craziness that is keeping up with New York Fashion Week, I thought I’d make a little outfit post for you guys. This is a pretty basic go-to outfit for me: ripped jeans, booties, and a v-neck sweater-long scarf-moto jacket combo on top. It’s an effortlessly cool look, while remaining comfortable and warm too.


Valentine’s Week: The Restaurant Date

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Dress, Brandy Melville / Blazer, Zara / Bag, Zara

And finally, my favorite outfit of Valentine’s Week! I saved the best for last, and this nod to mod look has stolen my heart. (The mod mostly comes from the flirty mini dress and the hair – we’ll forget that blazers aren’t very “mod”). This outfit is totally something I would wear on a dinner date. It’s sophisticated *cough, cough, blazer* while remaining true to my style.

As this is the last post of Valentine’s Week, I want to wish you guys a happy Valentine’s Day (is that even a thing?) No matter what you’re up to tomorrow, make sure you have fun!


Valentine’s Week: The Museum

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Jacket, Zara / Tee, Brandy Melville / Jeans, Zara / Bag, Zara / Boots, Jeffrey Campbell

It’s day 2 of Valentine’s Week on theClosetCraze! Today’s look is one inspired for going to a museum (or a similar outing). Whenever I’m going somewhere with an expressive vibe like a museum, I always try to express my style in a slightly bolder way.What better way to do this than with a leopard print faux fur bomber jacket? I also think it’s also important to do this on a date – always be unapologetically yourself!


Attendee Inspired







Coat, Zara / Shirt, Zara / Jeans, H&M / Boots, Jeffrey Campbell / Bag, April in Paris

With New York Fashion Week soon coming to a close and London Fashion Week soon to start, I thought it fitting to do a blog post or two about arguably some of the most important weeks in the fashion industry. I’ve noticed throughout the past couple of Fashion Week seasons that Street Style has become a major part of the Fashion Week experience. Blogs and magazines don’t solely report on what goes on in the tents anymore– they also report on what people are wearing outside of them. With the vast variety of people and looks in NYC, it’s hard not to get inspired by this exciting time. If I were lucky enough to attend a show or two, I can imagine I might wear something like this. The range from casual to dressy is larger than one might expect, and I think that is part of what makes what the attendees are wearing so interesting. xx

P.S. Expect a post about my favorite collections from this New York Fashion Week soon! (There were a lot, so brace yourselves).