When two games are played by the same two teams on the same day.

This is my second look for fashion week! Like the first, I just wanted to stay true to myself and wear whatever the heck I wanted to! I'm not trying to be someone I'm not and be all "high fashion" just for a week. So I thought what better way to be myself then with big jewelry and a baseball shirt? I really love the look that I kind of threw together last minute (had a totally different outfit planned). But I'm glad I went with this. And of course, wore my Folli Follie bag again! I mean, how could I not? I'm telling you I wear this everywhere. 

Who said black and blue don't go together?
nyfw, #nyfw, spring fasion week, what to wear to fashion week 
Shirt: ASOS/Skirt: Macy's (old)/Shoes: Zara/Bag: Folli Follie (c/o)/Necklace: BaubleBar, Gorjana Griffin/Rings: David Yurman, Folli Follie/Watch: MK

j. crew necklace, j. crew statement necklace, statement necklace, cluster statement necklace, cluster j. crew, lulu frost

leather skirt, leather pannel, baseball tee, baseball shirt

krista robertson, southern shopaholic, covering the bases, new york fashion blog


  1. loving that green handbag more and more! gorgeous look!

    XO Meghan
    citrus fashion

  2. I love your little monogram necklaces, they are so dainty and intimate!

  3. I loved this look on you, especially the way you dressed up the baseball tee! :)

  4. I am loving the necklace! Great post!


  5. Looking good! So glad you didn't hike your skirt up under your
    bustline. You look so much thinner this new way! Now work on
    the length. A bit longer would also make you look lbs. slimmer.

  6. the comment above mine is really rude....kRl you look fantastic. no need to worry about your weight because your body is bangin, who cares about dressing for slimming effect when you can wear what you want and look fantastic?
    i'm really crazy about those zara shoes, simple black pumps but the shape is different and keeps it interesting


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