TRENDING: The Breakfast Club- rise and grind.

Photos from left to right: Fabric via Something-Sew-Special // 'How to Boil an Egg' illustrations by Fiona Strickland // My Ricotta Pancakes I captured  at 5 Leaves in Greenpoint

3.1 Phillip Lim for Target tuxedo shirt // Ann Taylor pencil skirt // Asos bra top // "Halstonette" bag  c/o Halston // sunglasses c/o BCBGMAXAZRIA  // Sperry Top Sider shoes // eyeliners c/o Physicians Formula // MAC lipstick in Ruby Woo // bronzer c/o Physicians Formula  
         Whether it's cooking pancakes and omelettes for breakfast in my Lower East Side kitchen or brunching it up on the weekends, this meal certainly beats out lunch and dinner for me. The vast options not only inspire my hunger pains when I awake, but always my ensemble choice that day.  With the "food cult" and meal-image-curation obsession on the rise, I was inspired by these whimsical and artful breakfast photos. There is nothing more enticing to me than waking up with the sun bursting through my windows, and waiting to start a fresh new day with a hearty breakfast and power look to go along with it. The new 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target collection features this pajama-like tuxedo shirt that keeps my day at ease, and my new Halston bag serves up swag from the breakfast table to business meetings. I added a bit of playful inspiration from trouble-makers' perspectives,The Breakfast Club. 
Time to rise and grind....

A special thank you to The Digital Brand Architects
shot by Nia Schindle 

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