Style the Stars and Stripes 

Are the fireworks over?

Hope you didn’t miss yesterday’s celebration. The 4th of July is not only about a hot dog or a beer so if you partied and had a great time with the fam or friends here you can learn 10 interesting facts about what we celebrated yesterday!!

#10 The Declaration of Independence was signed by 70 year old Benjamin Franklin.

#9 Harvard was the educator of 7 out of 8 signers.

#8 China produces about 87.5% (2.8 million) U.S. flags sold in the United States.

#7 China produces about 97% (190.7 million) of firework used in the U.S.

#6 About 150 million hot dogs are eaten on July 4th.

#5 The oldest 4th of July celebration is in Bristol Rhode Island; it began in 1785.

#4 July 4th 1801 was the White House first celebration party.

#3 English drinking song “To Anacreon in Heaven” is the founder of the National Anthem.

#2 The words “under God” were added to the Pledge of Allegiance until 1954.

#1 This year was the United States of America’s 239th bday. (Looking good America)


  
  
  
  

Style the Stars and Stripes Farfetch competition wearing:

TOPMAN shirt, TED BAKER shorts, BIRKENSTOCK sandals, HERMES scarf, YLIANA YEPEZ clutch, OLIVER PEOPLES sunnies

It’s all about the blues…

It’s definitely starting to feel like spring here in the city. After a harsh winter, New Yorkers can finally stop layering and dress a little more cheerful. For this look I am wearing top, bottom, and coat by Mr. Nieves New York all in blue tones with the most interesting patterns. I am wearing black thick-framed Kaibosh sunnies to protect me from the strong rays of the sun; we so happily are gasping in. To continue in the tones of blue I decided to wear Rain Man blue boots because the weather channel said we would have a few drops here and there. You know what they say “its better to be safe then sorry”. Last but definitely not least my Chanel graffiti backpack was the perfect accessory my outfit needed, mixing in the tones of grey and blue popping out perfectly.



Pics by: LUI VAL