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Emily’s Fashion Diary

Gypsy Half Moon Gown


 

  1. Spell & The Gypsy Collective, Half Moon Gown, similar here, here, here, and here.
  2. Sequin Jewelry, Astrological Sign Pendent Necklace, buy here.
  3. Sequin Jewelry, Hall of Mirrors Statement Pendent Necklace, buy here or similar here.
  4. Cartier, LOVE Ring in Gold with Diamonds, buy here.
  5. Monica Vinader, Sterling Silver Signature Thin Bangle, buy here.
  6. Cartier, LOVE Bracelet in Gold, buy here.
  7. Judith Leiber Couture, Penelope Floral Rocking Horse Evening Clutch, buy here.
  8. Gucci, Princeton New Flora Horsebit Mule, buy here.

Photographed By: Jeffrey Men, (@jeffreymen).

Location: Magnolia Plantation & Garden in Charleston, South Carolina.

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Metallic Lace Jumpsuit


 

  1. Alexis, Chanelle Metallic Lace Jumpsuit, buy here.
  2. BaubleBar, Araksi Crystal Collar, buy here.
  3. Van Cleef & Arpels, Two Butterfly Between the Finger Ring, buy here.
  4. Valentino, Bow Pump, similar here.

Photographed By: Jeffrey Men, (@jeffreymen).

Location: Rainbow Row, Charleston, South Carolina.

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Supernova Embellishments


 

  1. Needle & Thread, Supernova Mini Dress, buy here, here and here.
  2. Van Cleef & Arpels, Two Butterfly Earrings, buy here and similar here.
  3. Sydney Evan, Love Ring in Rose Gold, buy here.
  4. Miu Miu, Glitter and Embellished Sandals, similar here.

Photographed By: Kevin Chou, (@kevinchouchou).

Location: Dallas, Texas.

 

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Slip Sweater Set


 

  1. Anna Sui, Slip Sweater Dress, buy here.
  2. Bing Bang Jewelry, Tiny Marquis Ring, buy here.
  3. Bing Bang Jewelry, Open Pearl Baguette Ring, buy here.
  4. Kendra Scott, Boyd Cocktail Ring, buy here.
  5. Cartier, LOVE Bracelet in Gold, buy here.
  6. Judith Leiber Couture, Sugarloaf Pineapple Clutch, buy here.
  7. ASOS, Mirror Pink Sandals, similar here.

Photographed By: Yael Steren, (@yaelsteren).

Location: Greenwich Village, New York.

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Pink Feathers and Tulle


 

  1. Olivia Palermo x Chelsea28, Pink Feather Top, similar here and here.
  2. Jenny Yoo, Winslow Long Tulle A-Line Skirt, buy here or similar here.
  3. Suz Somersall, Gemma Drop Earring, similar here or here.
  4. Cartier, LOVE Bracelet in Gold, buy here.
  5. Judith Leiber Couture, Crystal Flower Basket Clutch, buy here.
  6. Saint Laurent, Jane Metallic Ankle Wrap Sandal, buy here.

Photographed By: Yael Steren, (@yaelsteren).

Location: Greenwich Village, New York

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Effortless Ethereal Feels


  1. Free People, Carolyn's Limited Edition Holiday Dress, buy here.
  2. BaubleBar, Bedegraine Choker, buy here.
  3. Sequin Jewelry, Turquoise Choker, similar here.
  4. Valentino, Tan-go Ankle Strap Rhinestone Pumps, similar here and here.

Photographed By: Yael Steren, (@yaelsteren).

Location: Greenwich Village, New York.

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Embroidered Dungarees


 

  1. Cinq a Sept, Kebede Beaded Mesh Top, buy here.
  2. Needle & Thread, Cherry Blossom Embroidered Dungarees, buy here.
  3. Tiffany & Co, Victoria Diamond Earrings, similar here.
  4. Cartier, LOVE Ring in Gold with Diamonds, buy here.
  5. Cartier, LOVE Bracelet in Gold, buy here.
  6. Chanel, Oxford Cut-outs, similar here.

Photographed By: Kevin Chou, (@kevinchouchou).

Location: Dallas, Texas

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Positively Clear with Tria!

As you guys know, I am obsessed with skincare, and one of my favorite things to do is to try out new products. I have generally good skin, but I do get the occasional break out, especially around that time of the month. I always freak out when I can feel a pimple coming in, and I usually start to play scientist on my skin, which is not good! Usually the result of that is a minor burn and rashes, or extreme dryness from the harsh products I put on to get rid of it!

I’m always game to try the newest products and innovations in skincare, and recently I stumbled upon Tria’s Positively Clear Acne Clearing Blue Light. I love facials, and always request they use the LED light treatment at the end of my facial to kill any bacteria on my face, so that I don’t break out after. When I saw Tria’s product, I was instantly interested in a tool that would allow me to treat myself at home with the same technology I always pay extra for in my facials. I chose to order the Clearing Blue Light along with a bundle that included the Tria Positively Clear Foam Cleanser and Positively Clear Spot Treatment, which I think complements the light treatment really well. But, you can also get items individually if you don’t want the bundle.

When I got the product I was so excited to try it! First, make sure the Clearing Blue Light is charged! Start with a clean face – I used the Positively Clear Foam Cleanser.

The Tria Positively Clear Acne Clearing Blue Light comes with a treatment guide that you put around the affected area you are treating. It helps to frame the area you want to treat and makes it easier to guide the light within the treatment area.

As you can see, I used the treatment guide to frame a breakout on my face. To turn on the device, press and release the button until you hear a beep – that’s how you know it’s ready to use!

When you start, place the treatment tip inside your guide that you put on your face. You need to continuously guide the treatment tip evenly across the entire treatment area while maintaining constant contact with the skin for five minutes. The device will indicate the treatment is complete with a chime – you’ll know you’re done when the device’s light turns off! Just make sure that you maintain direct contact with the skin for the whole 5 minutes. I like to follow up with a drop of the spot treatment!

You can definitely feel the device working on your skin – there is a slight burning sensation but it doesn’t hurt, and it’s totally worth it for the amazing results! It’s best to use the product once a day until the breakout you’re treating is gone, and it works best for mild to moderate acne. If you’re like me and freak out over the occasional (or not so occasional!) breakout, then I really recommend it – it’s honestly amazing and so easy to use.

Now to get technical, because I always like to know everything about the products that I use! Tria’s Positively Clear Acne Clearing Blue Light clears skin from within, because the blue light gently infiltrates pores and eliminates acne-causing bacteria to get to the source of the problem. Unlike most acne treatment products that use harsh, drying chemicals to fight breakouts on the surface, the Positively Clear Acne Clearing Blue Light uses a powerful dose of acne-zapping blue light that penetrates into your skin. The impressive beam, packed inside a sleek, contoured device for an easy grip, targets the source of your breakouts deep within the skin.

And just after two days of using this, my skin is back to normal completely!! Obsessed!!

Xoxo,

Emily Men

In partnership with Tria Beauty and all opinions are my own.

 

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Turtleneck Minis and Thigh-highs


 

  1. Free People, Back to Back Sweater Mini, buy here.
  2. Wildfox Couture, Fox Hunt Airfox 2 Sunglasses, buy here.
  3. Wolford, Velvet de Luxe 50, buy here.
  4. Alchimia Di Ballin, Bathseba Suede Over-The-Knee Boots, buy here.

Photographed By: Chelsea Ma, (@chelsea.ma).

Location: Dumbo, Brooklyn

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Pizza, Fries, and Burgers!


 

  1. Wildfox Couture, Fries with that Lunchtime Sweater, buy here.
  2. Kimchi Blue, Faux Leather Shorts, similar here.
  3. Wolford, Velvet De Luxe 50 Tights, buy here.
  4. MCM, Classic Mirrored Cat-Eye Sunglasses, buy here.
  5. Cartier, LOVE Ring in Gold with Diamonds, buy here.
  6. Cartier, LOVE Bracelet in Gold, buy here.
  7. Cartier, LOVE Bracelet in White Gold with Diamonds, buy here.
  8. Modify Watches, Emily Men French Fries Watch, buy here.
  9. Rumba, Jane Watch, buy here.
  10. Cartier, Tank Anglaise Watch, buy here.
  11. The Office of Angela Scott, Mr. Smith Brogues, buy here.
  12. Chanel, Classic Flap Bag, buy here.
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