Happy Monday everyone, hope you all had a great weekend! I’m back in my office today after a really relaxing weekend. Since I got back from Ireland 3 weeks ago, it really has been all a-go with the apartment move and having my parents here, so I promised myself I’d slow it down a bit this weekend and that’s just what I did. I spent Saturday at home doing a little organising (wardrobe tour/organisation video coming up soon) and then I headed out with the girls Saturday night. I definitely don’t go out as much as I used to before so when I do, I really appreciate it! Sunday was spent in Central Park and relaxing in my new living room. I swear, I’ve never enjoyed staying at home as much before! It’s still such a novelty to have a nice place to come home to and I’m really making the most of it.
Photos by Tara Marzuki
This look was one I wore last week and I can’t tell you how happy I am to be back in my REISS coat! This is the warmest coat I own and I know I’m going to get so much wear out of it again this season. I had a look on the site and it seems to be sold out but I found another (less expensive) version for you HERE. I just love the colour! I’m also wearing my go-to Rag & Bone black jeans and new black patent boots from Topshop. I picked these ones up when I was in London a few weeks ago and I’ve been wearing them so much ever since.
Oh and one last thing before I sign off today. Over the past few weeks, I’ve been getting A LOT of questions from you guys about Visas, New York, Blog, Career and everything in between! I honestly try my very best to get back to everyone but sometimes, things just get too busy for me and my replies are delayed. So instead of keeping you waiting, I figured it would be a good idea to have all the most frequently asked questions in one section here on my blog. So today, I created this FAQ section (which is under the ‘Erika Fox’ tab at the top of my blog) and answered as many questions as I could think of. These are just the initial ones but as more new ones come up, I’ll be sure to add them in too.
Hope you like this idea and find it useful!