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September 25, 201812 Comments

a reformed shoe lover

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"When it comes to shoes, the older I get, the closer I want to be to the ground."

I recently read the above quote while scrolling the other day on Instagram and it first made me chuckle and next, it made me think how much I relate to that concept -- a blasphemous concept for a longtime, statement shoe lover to say let alone type. If you've been following me here for a while, you know how much I've loved my crazy, out there shoes. Ones with sea shells attached, ones with feathers, ones with their own flame-red taillights -- all of them, I teetered in, pushing at least 3.5 all the way up to 5 inches, the very thought of which, are making my ankles wobble a bit now.

Of course, like most things in your 20s, you realize somewhere along the way that perhaps it wasn't worth some of the headache. And while I don't hustle every morning in a daily commute to a desk, I still run around quite a bit around the city, from meetings to shoots, meaning I need shoes that go many extra miles for me but look chic in the process. So when Kenneth Cole approached me about their latest shoe launch -- The Riley -- I was eager to put it to the test, because the resume just sounded too good. Memory foam insoles? Cushioned pod at ball of foot to absorb shock with every step? Additional comfort cushion at heel to evenly distribute standing weight? Insole perforated at forefoot for improved circulation and to cut back on odor? And a classic, elegant design? To be honest, I was looking for the catch, so I decided there was only one way to find out: I wore them to the Harper's Bazaar Icons party during NYFW.

The result? Let's just say, had I known the Cardi B / Nicki fight was going on, my feet were in great shape to run over to the action. After hours of dancing, chatting with friends at the bar and going up and down The Plaza steps many times, I'm pleased to report my Riley heels held up incredibly well, making them some of my most comfortable heels in my rotation today.

Have you guys tried them out yet? What are some of the most comfortable heels you own?

OUTFIT DETAILS: Kenneth Cole blazer and/pants// Riley heels in black // Kenneth Cole dress // Riley heels in silver // Kenneth Cole top and jeans // Riley heels in red

This post was in collaboration with Kenneth Cole. As always, all opinions and styling are my own. Thank you for supporting all This Time Tomorrow collaborations!

Photos by Harvey Jackson for Kenneth Cole

September 18, 201811 Comments

dress for success

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Do you remember what you wore for your first professional job interview?

Mine was a black pencil skirt, a white peasant style blouse, billowy at the sleeves with a high collar, black pumps from Old Navy and my big yellow leather shoulder bag, that I affectionately dubbed my Big Bird bag. My boyfriend at the time teased me that I could fit everything I needed in it. And then some. The collective total for my outfit was probably well under $150 -- a huge chunk of my then waitressing paycheck and man, I loved that "professional" outfit of mine. I was a junior in college and I was heading in for a reporter internship interview at a local newspaper, The Sparks Tribune.

I remember feeling terrified as to what my editor would be like. What questions would he ask me? Would he be really stern? Would he give me an AP style copy editing test, right there on the spot? Would he like me?

And despite all my doubts and fears of the interview itself, I do remember feeling quite confident regardless, when I walked in for that interview. I held my head high, looked him straight in the eye and told myself, "You've earned A's up until this point, you must know something he'll be impressed with. Or at the very least, impress him with your incredible dad joke wit."

Thankfully, I didn't have to result to the latter (no offense, Dad) and I walked away that afternoon with an internship offer -- something I chock up to a good mental pep talk to remind myself what I know I'm capable of and an outfit that didn't let me forget that fact. You all have undoubtedly heard me say this before, but I'm a firm believer in the idea that if you look and feel your best, you perform at your best. You command a room better, you hold attention longer, you FEEL stronger, when you have an outfit that makes you feel your most powerful.

It's that same sentiment that lead me to find the non-profit organization Dress for Success, whose MO is very much aligned. Dress for Success works to economically empower women through educational programming, mentorships and professional outfitting. I've been a longtime supporter of Dress for Success and their mission but when they invited me to join them for a day of filming a few promotional videos with their ambassadors, it was my first time getting to meet and interact with women who have actually gone through and benefited from their programming. Each woman came to Dress for Success with their own reasons and under vastly different circumstances, but they all walked away with the same belief and confidence in themselves that is quite truly, irreplaceable.

To learn more about each ambassador, hop over to the Vanity Fair Lingerie YouTube channel where you'll meet them and be sure to hit play on my intro video down below. I'd like to thank both Dress for Success for having me for the day and Vanity Fair Lingerie for their longstanding Buy One, Get One, Give One offer, in which for every Vanity Fair bra purchased, you'll receive one free bra with another bra being donated to Dress for Success on your behalf, the goal being to donate 50,000 bras in total. Because if an outfit will make you hold your shoulders back and your head high, a proper fitting bra is the first step in setting up that foundation. It's the secret of many a london escort, or a successful business woman, after all.

You can learn more about Vanity Fair's BOGOGO offer here. To learn more about how you can get involved with Dress for Success, head to their "Get Involved" page here.

OUTFIT DETAILS: Zara blazer (similar style here) // Aritzia dress (old from last year, but LOVE the color of this dress and it's on sale!) // Dior shoes // Vintage Dior double saddle bag // Maje belt // Showroad necklace

 

This post was in collaboration with Dress for Success and Vanity Fair Lingerie. As always, all opinions and styling are my own. Thank you for supporting all This Time Tomorrow collaborations!

Photos by Carter Fish // Video by Dress for Success and Vanity Fair teams

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