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Happy Friday fashion fans!!
I was in a pretty serious fashion pickle last weekend. I was in New York for a wedding. My darling friend Eli, who has been in my life for 15 years, tied the knot with his love at Queens Farm, as tiny little ponies strolled by and a perfect summer breeze blew. The weather that day was literally perfect. The rest of the weekend however, was hotter than I can even describe - and more humid too - like wading through hot soup. I was not prepared to dress for that (I'm not sure I know how to dress for that, my body was definitely made for colder climates), so I had three tops, a skirt, and a pair of cropped pants that I could wear semi comfortably. Whether I was getting tattooed in Greenpoint, having brunch in Williamsburg, eating oysters in Gowanus, or seeing a Tony-winning musical (based on a graphic novel), I wore the same five things.
The outfits I made for this week's sweater - Philodendron - are kind of like that. You could mix and match any of the pieces and accessories and they would work together well. It's almost a capsule wardrobe.
Now let's take a closer look at this stunning sweater.
I love how the leaf motif travels vertically on the back and horizontally on the front. It gives the sweater a kind of asymmetry without actually being asymmetrical. The sleeves are also awfully pretty.
I really recommend wearing something bright or even a little sparkly underneath to peek out through the lace.
How will you wear Philodendron?