The MNY Spotlight
Arielle Patrick, PR Executive
This month we're back again with another Mestiza darling - Arielle Patrick! Running around in our very own NYC, this chic and savvy businesswoman is always looking glamorous (and if her photos aren't enough to convince you of that, the fact that we've talked about her before should!)
Time to find out how she's is always looking like #magicinmestiza while living a busy lifestyle!
Arielle looks absolutely stunning in our Georgiana Ball Gown in Porcelain Jacquard!
Who inspires your sense of style?
My mother. She is the little voice in my head that says "ABSOLUTELY NOT" when I try to veer away from my typical style, which is timeless and classic.
You can purchase the Cha Cha Tassel Dress in Ivory here!
What, in your opinion, is a huge fashion faux pas?
Mixing hardware within an outfit. Don't ever let me catch you with a jacket with silver zippers, paired with pants with a gold buckle belt... or loafers with gold hardware, paired with a purse with heavy silver hardware. It drives me insane!
Arielle looks fabulous in this vintage Mestiza mini dress! It's no longer available, but you can shop the rest of our dresses here!
Share something no one knows about you.
If money were no issue, I'd be a Classics professor, likely focused on the Neronian Empire. That was my passion from 7th grade through graduation from university before I headed into the corporate world.
What's your favorite mestiza item from Fall 2018? What would you style it with?
Our gorgeous model wearing the Twiggy Mini Shift in Celestial Stripes! Available soon!
The Twiggy Mini Shift. For so many reasons: the length is playful but also potentially appropriate for a corporate event if you've got a packed evening, especially during holiday season. Also, it's the perfect dress that can look appropriate with either a girly updo or more casual blowout. I would pair it with black patent leather block heels (Ferragamo has my favorite version), and do a medium sized, structured box purse with a handle (similar to an Hermes Kelly) to dress it down and make it work anywhere from 5 p.m. to midnight.