Attending NYFW is what dreams are made of. Watching the artistic designs on strut down the runway on glamorous models is just the tip of the ice burg of true NYFW. The backstage madness, the thrill of the front row, the streets style photographers, and of course networking while waiting in endless lines is all part of the allure of attending the most coveted event(s) in New York City. This year, however, looked vastly different.

With many limitations due to COVID meant many designers had to cut back on their invites, show outdoors, or only show virtually. This meant that for the first time in a decade, I did not receive a single in person invite. I had been planning on attending for 6 months, so of course, it was a bit heartbreaking. To lift my spirits I decided to dress up anyway!

Day 1: Fashion Nova Pants, Calvin Klein Blazer, Voogueme Glasses, Kendra Scott Jewelry, Kitsch Hair Clip, Forever 21 Crop Top, Shein Purse and Vince Camuto Shoes.

Day 2: Eloquii sweater, Rachel Roy Dress, Rainbow Bag and shoes, Pink Lily Fedora, and Ebay Glasses.

Day 3: Tilly’s Hat, Torrid Top, Shoes and Glasses, BooHoo Duster, Lane Bryant Shorts, Shoedazzle Bag.

Day 4: Shein duster, pants and purse, Torrid shoes, Voogueme glasses, Gucci belt, and Savage x Fenty bra.

Day 5: Torrid skirt, top, and blazer, Shoedazzle shoes and purse, Pink Lily fedora.

Day 6: Eloquii skirt, Dia&co faux leather top, Torrid felt hat and shoes, Gucci belt, and Stitchfix bag.

I may have missed this season but I know next season will only be bigger and better. New York has a resiliency that no other city has and it will overcome and get through this! Fashion is reflective of society, economics, and politics, and I can’t wait to hear and see its message! If you’d like to see more fashion please follow me @Fabulouslystardust and if you’d like to stay up to date on beauty trends at @Recycledstardust. Also be sure to subscribe to my Youtube for all the latest reviews!

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