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L I F E: 5 Fashion Apps You Should Know About

Lately, I have been a little app happy with downloading new apps for the fashion enthusiasts of the world. So I wanted to share some of those apps that I think you should definitely know.

S P R I N G | Staying ahead of trends is super easy with one of the hottest apps that launched in 2014 thanks to Spring. Partnering with cool curated shops like Bing Bang, Matisse, Lomography (some of my favorites) and so much more you can experience seamless shopping. This app has also helped me discover new brands all in one place. And I have to mention FREE99 SHIPPING, yep that's right free shipping on every purchase and free returns!
Download Spring now! #getspring 

S H O P S T Y L E | Almost similar to Spring but without the curated shops. Shopstyle is an online shopping tool for us shopaholics on the go. This app gives you access to millions of different products and brands from Balenciaga to Forever 21. 
Check out the latest trends and huge sales by downloading the Shopstyle app now!

P O L Y V O R E | What used to be a desktop-only site now turned into an interactive app Polyvore is for the creative-shopaholic-style obsessed people who are always on the go. Shopping on Polyvore allows you to search through endless brands with specific needs by filtering colors, styles, or sizes. The creative side of Polyvore is about creating shoppable collages and collections of your favorite products making it easy for you to find your next outfit for any occasion.
Never get in a style rut when you download the Polyvore App!

F A S H I O N T A P | You know when you search for #fashion on Instagram and you kind of get this gallery of non-fashion related posts? Well, fear no more because FashionTap has eliminated that problem. FashionTap is an Instagram-like app that is dedicated to all things FASHION. You pretty much get a curated feed of fashion bloggers, fashion, and outfit inspiration all in one place. The app also allows you to add photos from your Instagram directly to your FashionTap profile. And if you're interested in making a little money with your fashionable posts, FashionTap has integrated the Shopstyle tool for easy monetization.
Discover more fashion with FashionTap!

T H R E A D S | When in need of a little more style inspiration that is also shoppable I go to the Threads app. Threads is perfect for finding your next outfit for every occasion with the help of themed collections like Dinner Party, Boho Chic, Urban Wear and more. These collections consist of featured looks from your favorite bloggers around the world.
Got a special occasion? Download Threads!

*All of the mentioned apps are free for iPhone. Spring, Polyvore, & Shopstyle are also available on Android*

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L I F E: NYFW SS16 Recap Part 2

Ok so here is part 2 of my NYFW recap and since there are a lot more photos I decided that it was best to put the photos in thumbnails for easier viewing.

The 2nd show that I attended was the Harbison Collection show of designer Charles Elliot Harbison. 
If you guys follow or read any celebrity style blogs you will probably recognize that this is the designer that Beyonce and Solange wore the same color-blocked coats a little while back.

This collection had a very eccentric yet polished aesthetic, from the embellished knits to the mixed prints and fabrics. And the accessories added a cool touch of modern elegance.
Also a special thanks to the people over at Project Cobalt for inviting me out! #cobaltstyle
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L I F E: NYFW SS16 Recap Part 1

*I know this is long overdue, but here it is*

This year I was only able to attend 2 shows due to my scheduling with school, interning, and my job (my life in a nutshell). But I am glad to say that the 2 shows that I did attend... they were actually good. The first show was Daniel Silverstain and before the show I had never heard of the designer so I wasn't sure what to expect. I mean I pretty much didn't know what kind of aesthetic he had so that kind of made it more exciting to attend.

As the show was going on, I was doing a lot of Snapchatting and video recording so I waited until the presentation to get better and closer photos. Also, I stupidly forgot my camera because I was rushing out of the house (like usual) so I used my iPhone6 to take photos.

The Daniel Silverstain show definitely made me feel excited about the spring season. I loved the metallics and the pops of primary colors. The patchwork details added character to the garments and just the entire concept was amazing. Also, can we just take a moment for the fact that the runway was SILVER!?

Part 2 of my NYFW recap is coming soon, so stay tuned!

ps: if you would like to keep up with me via Snapchat you can follow me @alicianich. 

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