In the spirit of the holidays, I had the honor of being invited to celebrate the joy of giving at the Marshalls & TJ Maxx Holiday Gifting Event. With amazing prices and an even more amazing selection of designer goods for everyone, Marshalls and TJ Maxx truly are the ultimate destinations for holiday shopping and my go to store for year-round designer fashions. As a fun twist, everyone who attended received a gift to give to someone special on their list. I left with a beautifully wrapped gift to give to my Mom that will be just as much of a surprise for me when she opens it on Christmas morning.
Glam gifts for her
Aside from the fabulously wrapped gift I got for my mom at this event, I have yet start on my holiday shopping and should really head over to Marshalls & TJ Maxx.
Love the festive holiday rooftop at the Gansevoort Park Hotel
Being a fashion blogger is all about not only keeping up with, but setting trends. Those who express their style with their own touch of uniqueness, are bound to be trendsetters. After surveying women in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Miami, Marshalls and T.J. Maxx reveal where women are shopping for new trends, how they’re wearing them, and the source of their fashion inspiration.
Summer trends are staying bright this fall. When T.J.Maxx and Marshalls sent out fashion blogger, Karen Blanchard, of Where Did U Get That to capture the #1 trend taking over the city, she found that showstopping neon shades will be sticking around in full force this fall. To celebrate neon for fall, T.J.Maxx and Marshalls sent me out to discover fabulous fall neons in their stores. Here’s what I found:
Love these neon on black Vivienne Tam cardigans. Neons always go best with dark colors, especially black and navy blue. These are perfect to layer for fall.
Obsessed with these dark skinny Hudson Jeans taking on the neon trend with bright orange stripes down the sides. They’d go great with flats or pumps.
Layer your fall neons with cardigans or blazers to make them pop.
Yellow isn’t just for summer. As the leaves change color, use neon yellow accessories to brighten up your fall wardrobe.
Disclaimer: I was given two T.J. Maxx and Marshalls gift cards.
It was a crazy Fashion Weekend for me last weekend! Friday night, I reunited with old friends and met new blogger friends at Bloggers Night Out at The Caulfield followed a lovely Saturday morning at the press preview for Elettra Wiedemann’s pop-up restaurant, GOODNESS, with featured celebrity chef, Mario Batali. Bloggers Night Out was a blast. I drank Yazi ginger-flavored vodka cosmos as I tried on Sorrelli’s Avant Garde jewelry at the Sparkle Spot. The picture to the left, shows me in the T.J. Maxx/Marshalls area where I found a glasses necklace that went perfectly with me outfit. I wish it has been for sale because I totally would have bought it along with most of the things in the room.
For those of you who don’t know, GOODNESS is a four-day pop-up restaurant launched by model/philanthropist, Elettra Wiedemann, who is best known as the face of Lancome. During New York Fashion Week, it provides healthy locally-sourced foods prepared by renown chefs to the sophisticated fashion community.
What a find! I wish this T.J. Maxx Missoni number had been for sale.
Model, Elettra Wiedemann, founder of the GOODNESS pop-up kisses renown chef, Mario Batali
Environmentally-friendly, healthy, and fashionable. I’ve really started to look forward to the GOODNESS pop-up every Fashion Week.
The voice of real girls is letting us all know that bloggers, particularly fashion bloggers, can be stars too. Saucy Glossy a.k.a Lindsey Calla was one of the first fellow fashion bloggers that I followed on Twitter back when I first embarked on my socialite journey through the fashionable corners of the Internet. I love her ability to publish amazing looks everyday each one greater than the last. Fashion bloggers are so much more than just journalists, we’re Internet personalities who propel ourselves into the spotlight every chance we get. We may cover breaking news, but we rarely take a back seat to it. In the past decades, magazine covers were dominated by models, then actresses, then reality stars, and now the bloggers are moving in on the action.
I’m also a proud Maxxinista who never met a T.J. Maxx she didn’t love. There’s nothing I enjoy more after a busy day than weaving through the clothing, shoe department, and bag section filling up my cart with affordable designer treasures. Even if I had millions of dollars, I would still be a Maxxinista. Best of luck Lindsey in all your endeavors. You are so inspiring!