Tuesday, December 2, 2014

New York City

H&M Floral Dress & Vest | ZARA Boots & Coat | ZEROUV Sunnies | H&M Scarf

Photos by Diana Zapata

Today i'm writing this post from Hong Kong, since I started my new job I've been traveling quite a bit. It's amazing how much you can learn, do and grow in such a short period of time. Weekends ago I went to New York and spent some time with friends in the city. My favorite photographer Diana Zapata moved to NYC months ago and it was so nice to be able to get together and shoot some outfits. I love putting winter looks together but it is very difficult to do it living in such a tropical place like Miami. The key is the layering because as the day progresses and gets warmer or you go to work in an office it helps been able to take some pieces off. As you can see in the photos i'm showing different ways to do layering and how you could transform your outfit from day to evening. During the day I wore my high knee flat boots to be able to walk comfortably around the city and as the night was approaching I changed to my high heel boots and had to wear my black coat as temperatures dropped. You can always add a fun beanie or hat to complete your look. Follow me on Instagram for more photos @kqnstyle. I wish everyone an amazing week! XO Karla


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  2. wow great photos and outfit! Love it!

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  3. Beautiful photos and outfit! Diana did a wonderful job! And your photos make me miss NYC! I LOVE The High Line!

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