First things first- my name’s Lucy Lopez and I’m Primary Fashion Music Management’s blogger. Yesterday Rachel Good, co-founder of PFMM, and myself, went out and shopped for a cause. The Elmwood Village hosted the Shoptober Bra Crawl where 15% of all purchases went to Breast Cancer. Participating business and boutiques had a contest of who had the best decorated bra displayed in their windows. Below is our favorite from Blush!
Shoptober featured all of the most well known boutiques on the strip. To name a few- Blush, Anna Grace, and Her Story stuck out as personal our favorites. Our first stop was Blush, where Rachel bought a gorgeous red dress for her birthday she had on hold. I won’t even show you a picture because it’s just that special- it needs to be saved. But she also indulged after finding this Dolce Vita Maren coat (seen right). It’s absolutely flawless. If you’re a texture person or like things with little details that make them special, you would have major coat envy over this! The leather trim added that something extra. It’s cowl neck/cape like neckline makes it so high fashion and it’s longer length will keep her warm (while staying fabulous) this winter!
I did a little damage accessories shopping. A JCrew worthy turquoise and gold necklace (photo below) from Fierce Accessories has definitely become a new staple in my statement jewelry collection.
After working up out appetite we decided to go downtown to dinner at Tappo. Buffalo’s new italian restaurant was not only stunning inside- a mix of rustic and modern- but 1. had amazing food and 2. was so reasonable priced. If you’re looking for a not-so-ordinary place to go for dinner, stop in there!
There’s something so fun about being in the city. Buffalo has a lot to offer, you just have to know where to go. It keeps fueling my mantra: You don’t have to live in a big city to live a trendy lifestyle!