Check out the latest fashionplate featuring our repurposed customized vintage AC/DC tee at While We Were Young. One of my girlfriends and me have been wanting to check this place out for a while so we decided on going to brunch at noon in order to snag a table. It’s a super cute spot in the West Village and we love the pink and pastel vibes going on here. We started with iced coffees and cocktails. My friend got the While We Were Young and I got the Bradford’s Mistress which was not too sweet and slightly smokey. Both are super gorg shades of pink to boot. We both got the truffle omelet which was very good. As expected it was mostly girls, I wouldn’t drag my man here. I think their was one bf who was being a good trooper. But definitely a girls catchup spot in my book. See how I styled this fashionplate below.
So excited to slowly being able to make more than just tops. I am kind of a tomboy downtown type of girl when it comes to my style but I also love all things super girly even if it’s not in my everyday style rotation. I love the simplicity and elegance of a beaded miniskirt. I found this gorg netted black with pink floral beading fabric at one of my favorite jobbers right here in the garment district, I fell in love with the fabric on the spot and knew I was meant to design a fab miniskirt. Due to the delicate nature of the the material all sewing including the lining and the hidden side zipper need to be handsewn which makes this skirt a little more labor intensive then the average item as the material is to delicate to pull through a sewing machine.
Anyway I was so excited to wear this skirt for a fun girly night of dinner and the Snow White ballet at Lincoln Center and then drinks downtown before picking out a book to read before falling asleep. I paired it with a simple black tee and black Brian Atwood pumps and an oversized J Crew blazer for a great late day to night look. These couture miniskirts are available on special order by emailing email@example.com for pricing and sizing.