This week’s fashionplate features our wool Janis shorts at Harold’s Meat and Three. We all know I’m a huge side dish queen so for a catch up dinner I thoguht this was a great spot to try out. We had to get some wine because wine and winter go hand in hand right. We started with the deviled eggs, they were good and even my friend who doesn’t like deviled eggs liked them. The biscuits you get are also very good and have corn in them. I got the cheeseburger which was an upscale take on fast food burger and I really enjoyed it. For sides I got mac&cheese (obvs), camp fired leeks and fries. The mac and cheese was good but the real star were the fries. The leeks were also prepared simply and very good. My friend’s fried chicken was a small portion. I had some of my friends sauteed spinach which I also enjoyed. We were stuffed and opted out of dessert but they brought cute mini ice cream cones out which was just enough sweets for me.
Now on to the fashion and ootd part of this fashionplate. The restaurant was eerily empty on a Thursday evening. There were a few families and one couple one a date and a group of girls and that’s it. You definitely can dress down here, more of family type of place. I would come back for brunch or with friends who have kiddies, the grub was pretty good. See how I styled this fashionplate below.
OOTD deets by designer/brand:
Silver dove earrings from foreve 21
Silver mini cross necklace from Jennifer Zeuner
Black silk blouse from Equipment
Black fishnet tights from House of Holland
Burgundy velvet Chloe chelsea boots
Harold’s Meat and Three: 10 Renwick Street, New York, NY
Check out the latest fashionplate featuring our black satin Yasmeen shorts at Fred at Barney’s Downtown! Now you know where you can find me on any given Saturday, accessory shopping at Barney’s in Chelsea. I love my bags and shoes. Had a power brunch here on Saturday. I love a plethora of beverages in the am/early afternoon. Water, iced coffee and a bloody mary is my version of heaven. I opted out of the kale juice this time. We split the fries which cannot be missed here. I got the vegan pizza which was solid and my dining companion had the steak and eggs. Fairly crowded with a stylish crowd. After brunch hit the shoe and and bag departments and took some new babies home with me. See how I styled these shorts for this fashionplate below and all the ootd.
Thursday, February 9 – 4:30 pm – The Skinny, 174 Orchard Street, NYC
NEW YORK, NY. Tramps Fashion Compression Hosiery, a cutting edge line of modern, colorful compression hose will join TaschNYC’s Fashion Week Pop-Up Shop on Thursday, February 9 from 4:30 to 8:30 pm at The Skinny, 174 Orchard Street in New York City. Tramps and other brands will be on display and sale throughout the evening at the event which features music, cocktails and lots of surprises. RSVP is required: Info@TaschNYC.com.
Tramps Fashion Compression Hosiery, which includes hosiery, knee and thigh highs has taken over the fashion world offering beauty as well as function. Tramps is designed for today’s women, who lead active and demanding lives and require a product that addresses their health, comfort and fashion needs.
At the pop-up Tramps will feature its Bryanna high waist, Jocelynne hip-hugger and Emily Maternity styles, along with its new Lonely Hearts Thigh and Knee-Highs. For more information, visit: www.trampshosiery.com.
A New York Times article declared: “Compression socks and hose are no longer for grandma.” It was this vision and her desire to find colorful and fasionable compression hose that drove Alex Reyes, a hair stylist and owner of Tramps Salon in Austin, Texas, to collaborate with her brother Tomas Reyes, a New York-based fashion designer to create Tramps Fashion Compression Hosiery.
A New York-based contemporary, luxury womenswear company, TaschNYC specializes in sexy, unique separates designed to make a woman feel her best. Each piece is made in NYC with love using fabrics sourced from local businesses. In 2014, founder Tasch Madeleine launched with a small selection of graphic tees. The collection has grown in three short years to encompass skirts, dresses, rompers, pants, shirts and of course her signature graphic tees.