NYFW Diary: Prints and Color at Lincoln Center

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The rain was not going to stop me from bringing sunshine in the form of prints and tons of COLOR at NYFW this past February.   In today’s OOTD, I wearing crazy, vintage, multi-color palazzo pants I bought from (you guessed it) The House of Findings.  I love how the baroque print matches so perfectly with my red, fringe-d Versace top.  I also got this INCREDIBLE red-and-white striped raincoat by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac from The House of Findings.  My accessories are mostly mod: multicolor earrings from TopShop, wooden bangles from Forever 21, over-sized lucite necklace, vintage daisy brooches, and red plastic-framed sunglasses by Dior.

Here are two other ways I have styled this incredible Versace top in the past. (I included a couple of shots following today’s OOTD).

Vintage OOTD on a Broken-down Trolley in Brooklyn

Versace Fringe Top and Camel Pants

This first shot (with my half-opened eye/angry face) was captured by the INCREDIBLE Blogger Petite Flowers :)  Check out more of her NYFW coverage at the link below :)

http://petiteflowerpresents.com/nyfw-street-style-seen-and-been-seen/

Outfit Details:

Coat: Vintage Jean-Charles de Castelbajac circa 1970’s (Similar available here.)

Fringe Top: Versace 

Pant: Vintage circa 1970’s

Hat: Vintage circa 1960’s

Sunglasses: Dior (Similar available here.)

Earrings: TopShop

Necklace: Unknown

Brooch: Vintage circa 1960’s

Bracelets: Forever 21 (Similar available here.)

Bag: Vintage circa 1960’s

Shoes (Wedges): Forever 21 (embellished with Vintage Brooch)

Taxi Flats: Kate Spade (Similar available here.)

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GingerSnaps NYFW Prints and Color OOTD

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