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NYFW S/S 18 | Galtiscopio, Vaishali S, & Cindy Monteiro

Sunday, September 10, 2017

NWFW, nyfw 2017, spring/summer 2018, nyfw streetstyle, fashion week, Cindy Monteiro, Galtiscopio, Vaishali, cullotes, printed blazer
Photos by: Armandhugon


If you read my last NYFW post then you know I had 4 shows on day 2 and I'm recapping those last 3 in today's post. It's a jam-packed post! 

I was only able to do one outfit change that day because the shows were too close in time to change for all four. My second look of the day was an all-black look with a printed blazer. I felt like a chic ninja. LOL. 

Lately, I have been loving culottes and these were the second pair I brought with me to NYC. I wanted the blazer to be the focal point of the look so that's why I went with all black. Also, there go those black booties again! Sorry, not sorry guys. I wasn't kidding when I said I only bought 3 pairs of shoes for the whole week. I also tried something new with the purple lipstick. I honestly can't remember the last time I wore that lip color.

NWFW, nyfw 2017, spring/summer 2018, nyfw streetstyle, fashion week, Cindy Monteiro, Galtiscopio, Vaishali, cullotes, printed blazer

NWFW, nyfw 2017, spring/summer 2018, nyfw streetstyle, fashion week, Cindy Monteiro, Galtiscopio, Vaishali, cullotes, printed blazer

NWFW, nyfw 2017, spring/summer 2018, nyfw streetstyle, fashion week, Cindy Monteiro, Galtiscopio, Vaishali, cullotes, printed blazer
Outfit Details: Blazer: Buffalo Exchange | Top: Uniqlo | Pants & Purse: Forever21 | Sunglasses: Old Navy | Lipstick: Tarte Cosmetics




The Shows



Galtiscopio

This show was packed to capacity! There were two stars in the house that gave a little performance: Ray J and King Combs (P. Diddy's son). The collection featured a section of elegant dresses with lots of sheer and shimmer. The colors were amazing and started off with basic black, whites, and silvers and transitioned into bright hues like royal blue, red and purple. This collection was one of my top favorites.







Vaishali S

This ready to wear collection of handcrafted garments were inspired by the natural elements of the designer's homeland, India. The fabric and colors were beautiful and I loved all the layering just like the traditions of India with the shawls and wrapped dresses. This collection reminded me a lot of my Indian blogger friend Sam. I love when she wears Indian-made clothes. They are so pretty!








Cindy Monteiro

For this show, I was separated from my partner crime but I still had fun and enjoyed this show. I admire this designer because she's so young. She's  a 26-year-old creative soul and loves to use ecological and natural fabrics. Most of the fabrics are hand painted by her. That is pretty awesome! My favorite piece from the collection she debuted was that white long sleeve top with the statement shoulders. O M G, that top needs to be in my Kloset!










Which collection is your favorite?! I really loved all three.
XO

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