While working in my office aka New York City, sometimes a photo and a few words are needed to share the moments. So on days when you do see anything on RomeoStyle.com, my Instagram is going strong. Check out some of my photos with captions.
See No Evil on a rainy NYC night.
Minimarket S/S13 boots. Closing my eyes & doing my “Wish I May” jingle in my head.
If you’re just about to board onto the color-blocking train or have been working your way to those train steps, it would be best if you throw yourself off now or let this one go by. Cause this trend, has gone into overkill territory like the florals all day everyday trend.
I of all people shouldn’t be saying such things, after all blocking those colors up down and all around has been a styling favorite of mine for years now. Years I say, so I know when it’s time to let go of something for awhile, just to make space for something new, the technicolor way of dressing. Continue reading “New Ways To Love The Colors In Your Life.” »
The first official day of summer is June 20th 2012 and the past few days in New York City with temperatures over 80 degrees there will be no transition time just…. just nothing. I’m decided to start my Will Smith’s “Summertime” dance remix now. I’m doing it with small doses of pastels and neons, avoiding head-to-toe floral prints like it was the plague, overloading on the bangles so they feel like weights, rocking short like the boys, maxi skirts dragging like I’m walking the red carpet, and spikes to keep the bad ones three feet away. Those are just a few of my favorite things. Cue the music!
The Hunterboots are still around me, especially with New York not wanting to break-off it’s relationship with snow these past couple of weeks. So I’ve had to tolerate the H rubber wellies taking over the sidewalks.
Now, it seems that Hunter wants to extend their stay through the Spring-Summer seasons with simple thongs, raffia-soled wedges, clogs, and platform sandals.
I’m all for a company capitalizing on what they have and making a profit, so please join Dolce Vita, Jeffrey Campbell and Kathryn Amberleigh on the pavements for the hotter months this year, but be warned Hunter, a price tag of $250 for clogs will most likely put you on sale early in the season and the Hunter logo, best to keep it hidden on the insole of the shoe. Don’t think the HUNTER letters will complete the look with a printed summer dress.
There are some things I just can’t justify paying a lot for. Some of the shoe trends this fall like cheetah print booties and hiking boots are here for us to stomp the streets in, but next fall our walking animals will go into hibernation and chic hiking will retreat to our closets or the nearest consignment store. So I found styles that will cost us a fraction of the high end brands.