Outfit Details: The Atelier Uniform Tote (c/o), Charlotte Russe Striped & Caged Bodysuit, Open Front Blazer Vest, Zara Jean Shorts, Tortoiseshell Browline Sunglasses, Steve Madden Sandals (similar)
In a New York minute. Have you ever experienced or been told about the fast-paced lifestyle that exists in Manhattan? In a very short amount of time you are expected to work, eat, walk (but really run), travel, and occasionally...breathe. I am completely wrapped up in this routine 95% of my life. It feels so normal to me, but when I travel back home I'm always reminded at how not-normal this life is. At this point in time, I'm happy to say that I prefer it this way. I enjoy being completely surrounded at every single moment with passion, love, and ambition. That's all that exists here. Oh, and just a wee bit of craziness.
I'm always in need of finding more efficient ways to live my life because of this go-go-go lifestyle. Discovering new products that combine fashion and comfort is a priority to me. I may wear heels or wedges to work or events, but you better believe I don't walk around all day in them! My little secret is to pack a pair of comfortable shoes in a tote bag that I can store away for a later time, or even bring out with me and check it at the door. When I laid eyes on this uniform tote from the Atelier Shop's Summer in the City collection, I immediately knew I needed to have it for my daily NYC routine. I love the chic slogan, "Jeans. T-Shirt. Topknot," because how true is this statement? It's the perfect combination of style and comfort.
The Atelier shop carries plenty of items beyond adorable tote bags. Their luxe collection includes stationary, dainty jewelry, and beautiful art. I'm pretty sure every fashionista needs this stationary for her desk. If you are interested in learning more about The Atelier give them a follow on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Their social pages feature post after post of stylish inspiration that will not disappoint. Hope you enjoyed discovering this little gem just as much as I did.