Weekend shopping with Scoop NYC

WEEKEND SHOPPING WITH SCOOP NYC – ILLUSTRATION BY GISSI JIMENEZ
My Weekend Shopping illustration with Scoop NYC

Because weekends in spring are meant to be spent brunching or just strolling around, taking advantage of the pretty days outside. I am collaborating with Scoop NYC, to bring you my favorite pieces from their expertly curated styles, on what to wear on these weekend days.

Scoop NYC is a highly edited selections fashion boutique store of luxury, designer and contemporary ready to wear pieces for women and men. Scoop first opened in SoHo, New York City, in 1996, and has since grown to 17 boutiques nationwide, including here in Miami at Bal Harbour Shops.

Here are my favorite picks:

I love this fringe denim bottom jeans from 3×1, because of their relaxed fit and added accent fringe in the bottom, so weekend fun! And perfect to pair with any top.

3x1 Fringe bottom jeans
3×1 Fringe bottom straight jeans 

The Pom Pom Sandals, you know that lately I have been loving anything with pom poms remember my DIY (here). These are perfect in every sense, they are nude color and they have tassels, pom poms and charms. I think nothing else needs to be said, than just get them!

Elina Linardaki, Pom Pom Sandals
Elina Linardaki, Pom Pom Sandals

Another thing I have been coveting as of late is round cantine shapes bags, and this one from Donatienne does not dissapoint, Scoop NYC has it available in light pink and pale blue, its minimal design makes it perfect to dress up or down with any outfit during spring or summer.

Donatienne, Cantine Crossbody bag
Donatienne, Amy Cantine Crossbody bag

This button down off-the-shoulders top from SEA, is everything. It would look fantastic with the fringe jeans from above.

SEA, Off the shoulder top
SEA, Off the shoulder top

And of course, some funky color shades to brighten up your weekend days, like this Shiny neon sunnies from Westward Leaning.

Westward Leaning, Shiny Neon Sunnies
Westward Leaning, Shiny Neon Sunnies

Pictures via Scoop NYC. This post is sponsored.