New York Fashion Week Look 1

By September 9, 2017 No Comments

So it’s only New York Fashion Week… no big deal! Eeeeeh NOT… I am beside myself with excitement this week!!! It’s my first time attending the fashion week since moving to New York & already I’m exhausted from running around the city from shoots to shows to events. So far my first two days have been everything I thought it would be & more. In general I try not to have any expectations in life but the last two exceeded any sort of hype & giddiness I felt on the lead up to the week!

I started off my first day with a shoot. Obviously! For the day I choose a very chic Parisian style head to toe look from Primark. I looooove this look as I think it’s something I haven’t really experimented with yet. This ruffled black jumpsuit is super comfortable & has a flattering low cut on the side. I paired it with a ruffled white shirt (you can never have enough ruffles in my opinion, I might as well be called Aoife Ruffles Walsh.) So far I am on to a complete winner here…. as not only can you wear something like this to the office, on a night out but it also totally works for a busy fashion week too! (Insert You can dress it up, you can dress it down meme here haha)

I really played around with my accessories & my all time favorite piece I think from all my outfits this week is this bum bag! It’s actually hard to call it a bum bag because it’s so chic! It might be slim but I fitted a lipstick, a comb & a credit card in this bad boy & what else do you really need? My slide on flats offered a hint a colour with the Chanel inspired velvet bow detail & my hat is the AW17 baker boy hat trend of the year! All in all one of my all time favorite looks & had so many girls stop me in the street asking about it. Needless to say you can add ‘Aoife Chuffed Face’ to this look.

I spent the rest of my day doing interviews, heading to events, a fitting for a show I’m walking in & meeting the girls for cocktails. First Day Fashion Week success. Stay tuned for more!

Aoife x

This post was kindly sponsored by Primark.



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