Monday, July 27, 2015

Rockaway Beach

Summer is never quite complete without a visit to the beach. It is definitely different to actually be able to hit up a friend and say, 'hey, let's do a beach day!' just because you live 30 minutes away from one. In Tennessee, the closest thing was the lake. And that's sort of icky. 

Other than being to the Coney Island beach, I have yet to venture off into any other ones in New York. Rockaway Beach is a hidden gem in Queens, I think. The neighborhood definitely made me feel like being in Florida again, but without the palm trees. 
  • Blue/black swimsuit: c/o Oasap
  • Black shorts: Levi's
  • Gold sunnies: c/o ZeroUV

Friday, July 24, 2015

New York Fashion Week: Men's

The first New York Fashion Week: Men's is over and I can definitely say it was a successful one! I am very fortunate to have been invited to attend multiple shows and be able to meet so many creative individuals during those days. 

If you follow me on snapchat, it was definitely much. My story was at least 200 seconds long everyday! Of which, you guys can totally feel free to add me: @sharenaaa

Every designer had such great and memorable collections. I am going to show you guys some my favorite looks (which is not easy seeing how I loved almost everything).
 Public School / Alexandre Plokhov / Todd Snyder
 Timo Weiland / Robert Geller / Rochambeau
Perry Ellis / Ricardo Seco / John Varvatos
Photos from Fashion GPS /

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Dandelion Yellow

The heat is not going away anytime soon, so that just means more crop tops. In various forms. The one I have on has this awesome ruffle shoulder going on. I wore it with shorts and a matching chunky necklace. I figured I should take a break from all of the dainty necklaces I've been sporting.
  • Yellow ruffle crop top: c/o JollyChic
  • Off-white shorts: c/o Oasap
  • Black sandal heels: Zara
  • Black purse: Goodwill
  • Off-white/black necklace: c/o Micha Store
Photos by: Silas Vassar, III

Saturday, July 18, 2015

New York Fashion Week: Men's

As some of you may or may not have known, fashion week has officially moved to Skylight at Clarkson Square. The weather started out terrible with the rain and humidity, but by the last day, it ended perfectly. I have accumulated my 3 looks into this one post.
I mixed vertical and horizontal lines all the down to my heels. 
  • Black/white stripe crop top: American Apparel
  • Black/white stripe culottes: c/o Oasap
  • Black grid strap heels: Asos
  • White clutch: Calvin Klein
  • Gold crystal septum: Enamour Entirety

I kept it simple with the color black and added pale pinks.
  • Black romper: c/o Oasap
  • Pink booties: Zara
  • Pink clutch: American Apparel
  • Gold chain nose ring earring: Enamour Entirety

I kept it to just primary colors. 

Tuesday, July 7, 2015


When going out and running errands, you don't necessarily have to dress in sweats and a random tee (I mean you could, but why tho). Anything loose and lightweight has the same level of comfort. I wore this lightweight pair of trousers and did a make-shift crop top by knotting the ends of my top. And wah-la, comfort without looking like I flopped out of bed.
  • White button up: Thrift store
  • Black/white stripe pants: c/o Oasap
  • Black slides: Zara
  • Navy Chanel purse
Photos by: Stephen E. Sherman

Saturday, July 4, 2015

May the 4th of July Be With You

 The typical colors when you think of Independence Day are red, white, and blue. I ditched the red and replaced it with the real color of my heart: black. I wanted a subtle look and by doing without the red, it brought the look down a notch and not made it as flashy. 
  • Black lace button up: c/o MissGuided
  • Navy shorts: Liz Claiborne 
  • White loafers: Zara
  • Navy vintage Chanel purse