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2 Ways Shop With Me This Week!

Whether you’re guilty of being in need of last minute holiday shopping OR you just need to treat yourself to something after a long year, you’re going to want to shop with me this week.

Here are two ways that you can get some unique finds and hang with me at the same time.

Liz Teich of DearAndi on PoshMark App

1. Posh Party with me!

You may have heard me wax poetically about my obsession with the Poshmark App, but in case you haven’t, it’s my favorite way to make sure that both my closet and items I’ve saved from photoshoots stay fresh.

Poshmark just got “up close and stylish” with me on their site, so check out why I love Poshmark so much and more about me.

Then you’re going to want to download the FREE app from iTunes and start selling from your own closet. Why not sell them to someone who will give them a good home to make room for pieces you’ll actually wear…and especially when it’s as easy as snapping a photo with your phone!

Speaking of which, tonight is the perfect time to try it out because Poshmark is letting me co-host a “Posh Party.” Log onto the app and see my picks to shop from.

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What: Poshmark “Total Trendsetter” Posh Party

When: Tonight at 10pm EST / 7pm PST

Where: From the Poshmark App on your phone…from anywhere!


2. Shop one of my favorite brands and meet me!

You may have also heard me go on and on about my favorite belt line called Nona E. Rose. The NYC based designer is featuring her designs at a special holiday trunk show tomorrow at the famous Henri Bendel.

What: Meet me at the Nona E. Rose trunk show

Where: Henri Bendel New York
712 5th Ave, New York, NY 10019

When: Wednesday December 18th from open until close (meet me from 9-5pm)

 Stay stylish and I’ll see you there!

My TV Debut + Hipknoties Giveaway!

dress: c/o Hipknoties // hanger necklace: c/o Gorjana Griffin // pom-pom necklace: c/o E.Kammeyer // belt: c/o Nona E. Rose (get one at a trunk show at Henri Bendel this week!)

video by Jonathan Prosper

I’m making my broadcast TV debut this week (eek! stay tuned!) so it was only apropos that I give you my styling tips via a video.

Also apropos for the season, one of my favorite new brands, Hipknoties not only generously gave me one of their garments to play with, but also asked me to give one of them to you. Happy holidays!

Just enter the giveaway below and tell us how you would wear your Hipknoties if you one this same garment that can be worn 30+ different ways. One size fits all, so everyone can wear it—so get creative.

Remember the more times you enter, the more chances to win. Good luck!
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How To Tuck A Shirt (And Make It Look Effortlessly Good)


There’s something that can look so chic about a casually tucked in shirt. You’ve seen it on those ladies that have that certain je ne sais quoi about them, but every time you try it, you look like you’re uncomfortable, too polished, or even worse, like you did in middle school.

Tucking can also be extremely flattering, creating a waist and ultimately making you look slimmer.

STYLIST TIP: I use a chopstick when I’m on set on photoshoots to get a neat tuck without sticking my hands down someone’s pants.  Here’s how’s you can achieve both a neat and messy tuck. Chopstick optional.


STEP 1: Give yourself a good tuck. Don’t be afraid to stick your shirt in your underwear for extra hold and smoothness. Leave the back out if you want to go for a less polished look.


Step 2: Raise your arms up in the air. Wave them like you just don’t care (sorry, couldn’t resist).


When you put your arms down, it may look like this.


Step 3: Grab the bottom of your shirt and smooth it out by creating a “shelf” without pulling more of it out of your tuck.


Lastly, revel in your tucking skills. Stay tuned for more stylist tips and how to’s.


Urban Outfitters shirt // K-Mart pants (c/o) // Nona E. Rose belt // Belle By Sigerson Morrison shoes // Hipknoties worn as a scarf (c/o) //  Chloe and Isabel bracelet (c/o) // etc… bracelet // Tom Binns earrings (sold out) // Sophie Hughes custom pinky ring //  3.1 Phillip Lim bag


How To Decode The Wedding Dress Code


How many times have you gotten invited to a wedding and you call all of your friends that are going because you don’t know what the heck is appropriate to wear to it?

I had that moment this past weekend when both Risa of Really Risa and I were attending a fall beach wedding that called for semi-formal attire.

The term “semi-formal” seems to be thrown around loosely on wedding invites and a beach wedding can totally contradict a fall evening wedding. What’s a girl to do?

STYLIST TIP: Here’s my little cheat sheet to break down what your wedding dress code really means

  • BLACK TIE: This call for formal attire usually is intended for evening weddings where men where tuxedos, so you should look equally as formal in an evening gown in a dark or neutral color.
  • FORMAL OR BLACK TIE OPTIONAL: This is less formal, so while tuxes and gowns aren’t required, they are still appropriate. A dressier dark or neutral color cocktail dress dressier in fabrics like silk or chiffon would work as well. Dressy separates are acceptable.
  • SEMIFORMAL: A cocktail dress in darker colors for an evening wedding and lighter colors, less formal fabrics for a daytime wedding (before 6pm). Dressy separates and floor-length or maxi dresses are okay, but be mindful of the fabric/embellishments, as you don’t want to look too formal.
  • CASUAL: This is usually for beach, outdoor, or destination weddings and means business casual (no jeans!), but usually a sundress or a dress you would wear to a nice dinner is standard. Once again, be mindful of the fabric that it is not too formal.
  • NO ATTIRE LISTED ON THE INVITE: My motto is that it’s always better to be over-dressed than under-dressed, so if your invite doesn’t call for a specific attire or you’re still not sure, dress for the venue, time of day, season, and you can always wear a more casual dress formally (like I did here with this jersey knit dress). *Whatever you do, do NOT wear white or anything you would wear to a club.*

Don’t forget that for a fall or winter wedding, you’re going to want to stay warm, so make sure you wear something over your dress. A tuxedo style blazer in black is always a safe bet to throw over your shoulders. Stockings in sheer black are always acceptable for evening weddings, as long as you wear closed toe heels.



Hipknoties in long, worn as a maxi dress (c/o) // Nona E. Rose belt (c/o) // Theory blazer (scored at HousingWorks sample sale) // Deepa Gurnani headband (c/o) similar online // Topshop shoes // Sorial clutch (c/o) // vintage cuff // etc… bracelet

New Work Alert + NYC Designers You Need To Know

she and reverie shot by jessica weiser

She and Reverie bralette

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Kaufman Franco dress // Le Mos necklace

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Gulsha Chereli top // She And Reverie bralette // Astridland pants // Le Mos necklace // Gypsy Nation vintage hat // Nona E. Rose belt (it’s called the “Andi” belt!!)

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Gulsha Chereli vest and shorts // E.Kammeyer necklace


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Gulsha Chereli vest // Z-dress by Anastasia Klekkas dress // Naked Label bracelet // stylist’s own boots

photography // Jessica Weiser

styling/art direction // Liz Teich

hair/makeup // Kacie Corbelle

model // Kate Potter

What to wear after an apocalypse in NYC?

Maybe I’m watching too much Walking Dead and post apocalyptic tales, but I can’t help to think about what people are wearing as they’re fighting off zombies and/or starting new civilizations in the aftermath of the downfall of society.

I’ve noticed that there’s always a lack of color and they always look like they’re ready to kick some butt or sit down for brunch at a casual downtown bistro. I guess that all came to me when I scouted out the run down Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn for my shoot with the talented photographer, Jessica Weiser.

There’s something so beautiful in the ruins of Gowanus made it the perfect backdrop for working with all local NYC designers, who use this great city as their inspiration and most of which I found through the wonderful local resource, The Fashion Center BID (Thanks Ryan!).

By the way, if you don’t know about The Fashion Center, it’s a great resource to call when you’re looking for anything in fashion in NYC like sample sales!

What would you wear in a post-apocalyptic world?

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