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Don’t Try This at Home

OK, it’s clear that these outfits are NOT for your day-to-day pleasure. You wouldn’t wear this for a meeting at Vanity Fair or, god forbid, to have lunch with your boyfriend’s parents. And please don’t think for a second you can get away with this on a first date! Unless you have serious commitment issues or meeting one of those Blue Man Group guys, you should steer clear of tutus and knee socks. I am just having a bit of fun on the ice, people.

Outfit one: Black wool dress by Mark Fast; Vintage Peruvian hat; Tromp’L'oeil wool tights by Happy Socks; Red and pink baseball jacket by Pedro Lourenco (SS13); Mint green wool gloves from a Times Square souvenir shop; White ice skates from Modells on 6th Avenue.

Outfit two: Paneled, mini-dress and pink top with digital print by Pedro Lourenco (SS13); White hat by Oakley; White turtleneck bodysuit by Wolford; Rose patent leather moccasins with black bow by Miu Miu; White cat-eye sunglasses by Juicy Couture; Navajo knee high socks by Stance; Bright coral Legacy Leather Mini-Tanner by Coach.

Photos by Meredith Jenks.

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