Talked Beauty And Fashion Trends At The 2014 NY Auto Show Toyota Exhibit #nyias #nyiasgirls #fashionfriday

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Traveling Mom and She Buys Cars asked me and Audrey McClelland to speak at Toyota’s 2014 NY Auto Show exhibit. We set up a Spring Trends station and had the opportunity to meet all the women who were walking the floor and admiring the new rides that will soon hit the road.

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After a quick presentation, we spent the next two hours talking about the power of color, accessories, and getting a bang for your buck!

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(Jewelry from Meet Mark, J Crew, La Mer watches, C Wonder)
(Nail Polish from Essie, Cover Girl, Spoiled)
(Makeup bag from Kate Spade)
(Makeup from CoverGirl, Tarte, L’Oreal)
(Makeup remover from Ponds)
(Clothing from Nordstrom Rack, Meet Mark, Bloomingdales)

Here’s a look at what we brought along. Yes, everything on this table came from one of our homes!! LOL! It was like a peek into our closets, I swear.

Here’s what we highlighted:

  • Colorful jewelry
  • Statement necklaces – bold pieces
  • Bright prints
  • Light sweaters with multi-media appeal
  • Taking chances with your nail polish
  • A smokey eye
  • Pink and orange lipsticks
  • Accessorizing with scarves
  • Having a clean routine at the end of the night

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When it was all over… I was upset! You know I can talk beauty and fashion all night long. LOL!

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The Jacob Javitz center was PACKED and I mean PACKED. Every car company on the floor was having their private party the night before the official open. Audrey and I were so excited to be there.

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I wish I had more time to run around and see all the cool cars. I might head back there this weekend with the family  to get a better look.

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Lots of friends came out to support. It was a wonderful night out! Thank you to Kim and Scotty for having us on board!!


About Vera Sweeney

Vera Sweeney – mom, blogger, and New York resident – is the founder of Lady and the Blog. Her main focus is to help busy women stay on top of the latest style, culinary, and parenting trends.

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