This past week we had the honor of attending the Coach 1941 event featuring music by The Dolls at the Coach Soho store on Prince Street. This event was all about celebrating Coach’s amazing new 1941 collection by Stuart Vevers - honoring iconic Americana design and representing the transformation (and revamping) that Coach is currently going through as a brand. FYI - Stuart Vevers is absolutely GENIUS and was recently appointed as the Creative Director of Coach in June 2013. Since this appointment he has created extremely unique and very on-trend collections for the brand - totally re-inventing the brand image while, simultaneously, appealing to a different (and maybe a more millennial?) consumer. We personally can’t get enough of his collections and are loving this "revamp"- as we keep calling it. The Coach 1941 collection features a gorgeous ready-to-wear line along with several accessory pieces, shoes, and more. One of our favorite items of the collection is the Coach Saddle Bag, offered in an array of colors, with the unique aspect of customization via monogram. WE LOVE THAT ASPECT! The evening was extra special because The Dolls, a totally rocking duo, provided the event acoustics. We had such fun dancing to The Dolls’ Margot playing her violin while DJ Mia Moretti spun her fresh tunes. We were so happy to be a part of this FANTASTIC night and were of course decked out in Coach 1941 looks :) 

Coach 1941 Event Yin 2My Yang Sister Bloggers


When I first laid my eyes on the Coach Long Military Dress, I immediately knew it was THE ONE for me. I love maxi dresses in general... but this beautifully embellished one (with an attached choker!? whaaaattt!!!) was simply calling...never-mind...SCREAMING my name. I paired the dress with my dark green Coach shadow bag and the MOST comfortable wedged sandals I've ever worn, the Coach Primrose Wedges. I'm so obsessed with my Coach 1941 look. I decided to style my hair with a fun pigtail bun style (inspired by Princess Leia, hehe) - giving me a “goth-like" and different look. Thanks a MILLION to my amazing glam team for helping me rock this look. Shout out to Janais Lopez for my rad hair style (Instagram: @voluptuous_hairx3) and Kristine Falsetta for my beautiful makeup (Instagram: @kristinefalsetta). If only I could look like this everyday….

// Coach Long Military Dress

// Coach Shadow Bag // featured Coach Shadow Bag is no longer available 

// Coach Primrose Wedges


For my Coach 1941 look, I wore the flirty Coach High Waisted Applique Skirt . I felt this choice epitomized the 1941 collection with its mixed calico patterns and fabulous colors - especially with the pop of red on the front. I paired my look with a black Reformation off the shoulder top. Then, of course, I added my go-to choker…literally can’t get enough of this piece. I carried my Coach Ace Satchel Bag in a lipstick red color. The tiny-ness of this adorable bag makes it perfect for events like these. I finished my look with my Toga shoes. I recently found out about the brand Toga and love their innovative and edgy style. They might not be Coach, but these Toga shoes matched perfectly with my Coach 1941 look. Loved my glam squad too!! Shout out to Kristine Falsetta for my makeup (Instagram: @kristinefalsetta) and Jaime Alcivar for my amazing hairstyle (Instagram: @jaimealcivar) - P.S. if you need the perfect braid, go to JAIME! He is the BEST! 

// Coach High Waisted Applique Skirt

// Reformation Off the Shoulder Top

// Coach Ace Satchel Bag

// Toga Shoes


Coach 1941 Yin 2My Yang Spring Street Event
Entering Coach Store Prince Street
NYC Fashion Bloggers in Coach 1941
NYC Sister Bloggers Holding Hands for Coach 1941
Sister Bloggers for Coach 1941
Yin 2My Yang Hair & Makeup Close Up
Coach 1941 Handbag Looks Close Up
Coach Ace Satchel Bag Up Close
Coach Primrose Wedges in Black
The Dolls at Coach 1941 Spring Street Store
Coach Swagger Bags in Various Colors
Coach Customized Monogrammed Satchel Bag
Coach 1941 Apparel Selection
Coach 1941 Red Flower Design Accessories
Coach 1941 Patchwork Bags
Coach 1941 Patwork Boots

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