Former Bloomies buyer, and family member, Sara fills us in on what's in her closet! Part I, the basics
For sure, the one thing I can always count on when my f amily gets together, is a diverse group of amazingly dressed people. Everyone has a unique style and I often feel like a fish out of water around this crew. For our second guest blogger I'd like you all to meet one of these stylish cousins, Sara Costello Reardon. Sara has a long history in the fashion industry and is creating a new life as a mom and wife in New York. Sara is absolutely one of the haute-est mamas out there + always has been. She dresses super cool and her style is somewhere between rock star hippie and LA mom. Grab your beverage of choice and get ready to learn how Sara maintains her wardrobe of basics but still manages to keep it haute with a few key seasonal purchases.
Coincidentally my cousin Kate started this blog about the same time I was deciding to call it quits from my job as an online buyer to be a stay at home mom to my 2 girls...
Pinstripe cotton jacket, $243
J Brand Low-rise skinny-leg jeans, $160
Old Navy Womens Stretch Leggings, $8
Frye 'Harness 12R' Boot, $218
Leather classic ballet flats - J.Crew, $98
Lauren by Ralph Lauren Hoop Earrings, $44
Retro Revival Scarf, $45
Haute Mamas, anyone have any classic items or basics you can't live with out? xo, Sara
Sara is a mom of two young girls who recently decided to leave her job as a buyer for Bloomies to raise her tots full-time. Massachusetts born, she went to Villanova University then decided to pursue a career in fashion after graduation. Sara started her career with a brief stint at Louis Boston, then moved to New York for an even briefer stint at Bluefly. Shortly after, she found her home at Bloomingdales where she stayed for 8 years and fell in love with the world of retail. Sara grew up there-got engaged, married, went through 2 pregnancies all while navigating the Contemporary fashion market. She is now navigating the world of preschool, ballet and soccer and hopes for the occasional rainy day where she can pack her girls in the car and head to the mall for a marathon shopping trip...albeit the trip is full of carousel and snack bribes to keep the two little ladies going, but she sees the potential in her two budding fashionistas!
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