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Wicked Smaht

Yoana Baraschi top (from Anthropologie, recently spotted at TJMaxx!); Paul Smith coat (similar and affordable coat); Saks scarf (similar); JBrand jeans; Vince Camuto booties (similar); Nona E. Rose belt; Rebecca Minkoff bag; etc… modern vintage headpiece worn as a necklace; Alex and Ani bracelets; vintage ring.

This past week I shipped off to Boston with the intention of only being away from home for a few days. Well, a few days of work in Boston turned into over a week away from home because of unexpected work.

My small duffle bag of outfits didn’t last long. Luckily, when I’m visiting Beantown, I stay with my fashionable sister, who happens to be the same size in clothing, so I end up having a second closet when I’m away from home.

Every now and then we will swap a favorite item from our closet that we’ve worn to death for a season—like the Jason Wu for Target dress you’re probably sick of me wearing—for another. She graciously is loaning me one of her favorite items at the moment: this Yoana Baraschi top that I’ve been eyeing of hers for a while.

As the locals may say, that’s wicked smaht!

xo Liz

Behind The Neon Scenes



YSL shoes.

On model (Iris): ALC dress; Nona E. Rose belt; YSL shoes. On Liz: Equipment top (TJMaxx…I swear!); Zara belt; Madewell jeans; LeSportsac bag (used for on set kit).

On model: Stella McCartney jacket; Givenchy necklace.

Lush top; Georgie pants; Beth Lauren earrings.

I’m loving all of the bright neon colors popping up this season and I had so much fun shooting them this week, as you can see by some of these behind the scenes shots. So many people are telling me they’re loving this trend the way I style it, but think they could NEVER pull it off, but I beg to differ.

STYLIST TIP: Want to pull off this trend? 

-Start by incorporating just one pop of neon through your accessories like this bag or bracelet, or subtly like with these shoes or bag.

-If you want to get a bit more daring, try color blocking with two different bright colors on top and bottom in the same brightness, like this top paired with this pant.

-Afraid a neon top or bottom is too bright on you? Then balance it with a neutral like a camel or cream color, or with a patterned top that has that color in the pattern like this top paired with neon pink shorts. 

-Still petrified? Try it in baby steps with my favorite new lip color in a punchy neon. It will be your gateway drug to more color in your life. 

xo Liz

Some Bright Ideas

Thank you all who came by last night to The Fashion Center BID’s Emerging Designers Trunk show! It was a huge success in conjunction with Bottomless Closet and there were tons of generous donations to the amazing organization. There also were a couple of lucky people who donated their old clothing and ended up winning in the raffle of prizes from the designers. It just so happened that one of my former sorority sisters won a neon green watchband bracelet (I swear it wasn’t rigged!).

One of my customers said that she was scared to relive the neon trend that was so popular when we were kids. I assured her that it’s done so much more tastefully this season and to only do it in baby steps through accessories.

I even picked up some new neon pieces from Nona E. Rose and E. Kammeyer to take the baby steps into spring (it helps that it’s basically spring this week in NYC!). I love when you can get the most out of the pieces you own, so I decided I can wear my new E. Kammeyer headband as a necklace. I tend to do that—just like the headpiece that I wore and sold last night that you can also wear as a necklace.

STYLIST TIP: Don’t be afraid to try out pieces in your closet news ways: a dress tucked into a skirt, a purse as a clutch, a scarf as a turban, a necklace as a bracelet. Have fun with it and get the most out of your wardrobe!!

Below are some of my highlights from the event last night:

ETC… classic and new neon watchband bracelets (the big hits of the night!)

ETC… braided watchband bracelets

ETC… chandelier and coin rings

ETC… watchband bracelets (get them at BY BROOKLYN) and my new neon Nona E. Rose belt (similar sold at Thistle & Clover).

Naturally Susan’s all natural salves

Nona E. Rose belt (similar sold at Thistle & Clover)

E. Kammeyer rhinestone and rope headband 

On Liz: Free People top; J.Crew tank; Madewell jeans; ETC… *new* headpiece and bracelets;  Nona E. Rose belt (similar sold at Thistle & Clover); E. Kammeyer rhinestone and rope headband (worn as a necklace!).

On Susan: Lots of amazing Naturally Susan’s products…hence the gorgeous skin!

On Ryan from The Fashion Center®: May or may not be wearing heels. Just kidding.

On Emily: E. Kammeyer rhinestone and rope headband; Zara pants (similar).

On Rachel: Nona E. Rose belt

Oh and don’t worry if you missed it last night…ETC will be doing another trunk show on Saturday March 31st at By Brooklyn.

xo Liz

Etcetera, Etcetera, etc…

New jewelry designs by Etc…; Vintage pink dress, knit shawl and belts from Gypsy Nation at The Artists & Fleas.

Photographer: Ehren Joseph
Wardrobe and Prop Stylist: Liz Teich
Makeup: Maria Scali
Hair: Alberto Machuca
Makeup Assistant: Amy Lanza
Model: Elliott Sanders

I’m debuting the spring collection of my jewelry line, Etc…, at the Fashion Center BID’s emerging designers trunk show, along with new collections from Nona E. Rose, E. Kammeyer Accessories and Naturally Susan’s TONIGHT! Come by if you’re in the NYC area from 6-9pm for some snacks, refreshments and shopping.

You can do your spring cleaning by bringing your old clothes to donate to Bottomless Closet AND receive 10% your purchase towards the designer’s items!

See you there.

xo Liz

New Designs Inspired By Andi!

Nona E Rose neon leather belts with vintage inspired casted metal buckles

If you haven’t noticed my raving about my good friend Rachel’s gorgeous line of belts inspired by vintage buckles and designs, then you must have at least seen me wearing them with just about everything (case in point).

Pieces from her spring collection just debuted at Henri Bendel and I’m so excited about these new eye-catching neon leather belts. I can’t wait to actually be able to incorporate the neon trend into my wardrobe with just a hint of it.

I’m also psyched that she was able to get inspired by my mother, Andi’s, old belt that was just collecting dust in my closet. Rachel completely updated the design of the belt (the buckle was plastic and the rest was not as chic) and made it modern. Now this vintage design is totally modern and fresh.

Is it spring yet?

Want to get your hands (or waist) on this belt? Come get your Nona E. Rose at the Fashion Center trunk show on March 7th in Manhattan. Click here for more info. 

xo Liz

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