Wandering Around World’s Fair Pavilion

All Black TJ Maxx All Black Forest Park World's Fair Pavillion Black

Photos By: Adrienne Jones | Location: World’s Fair Pavilion in Forest Park, MO

Shoes: BCBGeneration (old), similar; Gianmarco Lorenzi (on sale); Circus by Sam Edelman, Asos, Steve by Steve Madden | Dress: Lulu’s (out of stock) similar; French Connection, Urban Outfitters, Neiman Marcus  | Vest: T.J. Maxx (old) similar; BB Dakota, Nordstrom | Hat: Target | Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs


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I love an all black outfit, it just looks so clean to me. These vests were in style last year and are still relevant this fall season. Besides being in all back, these booties are my favorite. I waited a few months into the fall/winter season of last year to buy them because I knew Nordstrom would eventually put them on sale. Nordstrom no longer carries them, but I tagged a few similar options located above. (I honestly just put these Gianmarco shoes on the list for fun, because I think they are to die. If I weren’t broke as a a joke from this move, I would totally buy them.)

I am sad because the blog posts for this week are the last official ones of me being in St. Louis.  I will definitely miss home, my friends, and family, but I am extremely excited about this next step in my career. Tomorrow I start my first day as a personal stylist at Trunk Club and I couldn’t be more excited about the possibilities. Trunk Club is a pretty new company that started in Chicago back in ’09. They have offices in Chicago, Dallas, Washington DC, L.A., and now New York!

What do they do?

They are a personal styling service for men (and soon women). Most men don’t have the time or energy to shop online or in store, so they have a stylist like me do the work for them! I take the time to know my clients on a personal level learning their wants, needs, daily activities, lifestyle, etc. I either schedule an appointment with them here in our New York office or send a trunk with clothes I think will work for them right to their door step. They have ten days to decide what they would like to keep or give back with free shipping both ways. The only thing he/she pays for are the clothes they keep. There is no monthly subscription or membership fees, it’s really that simple. So simple some people think it’s a scam, but it’s not.

Nordstrom acquired Trunk Club over a year ago and their success continues to grow as more people learn about Trunk Club and their services. The clothes sold by Trunk Club are those that are most similar to what you would find at a Nordstrom (obviously), Neiman Marcus, Saks, and those alike. These are definitely high quality, amazing clothes that make all the guys I style look great!

This will definitely be hard work, but I can’t wait to see how everything turns out.  With that being said, if you’re interested in trying Trunk Club with me as your stylist, click here!

In addition to this, be sure to stay on the look out for this weeks blog posts. I’ll give the REAL about moving to New York and all the things no one ever tells you! Happy Sunday friends.


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