September Survival: Part II

September 19, 2013

Welcome back for another edition of September Survival! Last time we checked in with our intrepid bloggers they were beginning their marathon Fashion Month in New York. The fashion set has since jetted off to London and Milan, so we’re checking in with Aimee Song of Song of Style and Carolina Engman of Fashion Squad for tips that will translate across the Atlantic, and carry you through the season in style! And don’t forget to check back throughout the month for more September Survival.

From Aimee Song of Song of Style:

Must-Have:
The blue trench with leather sleeves. It’s the perfect color for fall and a statement piece that would look good paired with anything from jeans to dresses.

Pick-Me-Up:
It used to be coffee for me but these days I’m going the healthier route so I prefer green juice or a fruit juice.

Pet Peeve:
Unexpected rain and shows all over town!

Hot Spot:
My hotel. I get dressed, blog, eat, do meetings, and take care of anything else at my own hotel usually. Even better if there are any after parties going on at my hotel.

Memorable Moment:
I always look forward to seeing my blogger friends from all over the world, and my now editor, stylist, and photographer friends. It feels like a high school reunion and it’s always so nice to catch up.

From Carolina Engman of Fashion Squad:

Must-Have:
The 440 mini bag in leopard is the perfect fashion week eye-candy and I love that it works for both day and night!

Pick-Me-Up:
A quick stop at Swedish candy store Sockerbit in the West Village gives me that well needed extra boost between shows!

Pet Peeve:
The traffic! I always end up having to run a small marathon… not an easy task in sky high heels.

Hot Spot:
My go-to place for the New York shows is definitely Kava café in Meatpacking. They have a really nice “secret” garden where you can rest your feet between shows and eat the best gelato in NYC!

Memorable Moment:
I’m definitely most looking forward to seeing all of my friends from across the world again for one whole week!

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