NYFW part two

Happy Thursday!

I’m really excited to post a collaboration we did while in NYC with with my one of favorite boutiques in SF, Seedstore.

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The story

The story behind Seedstore is actually goes back a few years. When I first moved to SF, I lived in Inner Richmond which was conveniently located around Clement Street. That’s how I discovered this cute boutique, and what I loved about it the most was how unique all the items they carried. Seedstore is known to sell lots of local designers, but have established brands like Schott sitting next to West African fashion Della. I blogged some items from Seedstore that I still have and love in my closet here and here!

The outfit

As you can imagine, I was super excited to collaborate with Seedstore for NYFW. For the Vivienne Hu show, I wore this kimono inspired wrap dress by Hackwith Design, which by the way is exclusively made for the boutique. I love the unique color and simple design, and you can wear it in so many different ways! I finished the look with my Saint Laurent booties I found on sale, Zara leather jacket (similar options here and here), Chanel boy bag and House of Harlow necklace. A simple chic look with a tea spoon of edge.

Seedstore also has an online store, perfect for those of you who love shopping conveniently from home in the middle of the night. wink wink

fashionmewsWrap Dress: Seedstore (c/o) // Leather Jacket: Zara (similar here and here) // Booties (on sale): Saint Laurent // Necklace: House of Harlow // Watch: Larsson & Jennings // Bag: Chanel (similar here)

Hope you enjoyed the photos, have a great rest of the week! Thursdays seriously make me happy!

xx Melis

Read NYFW part one here.

Photos by Abel.

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