Pink Chicken, a local store in NYC, has so many cute winter items for kids for the holidays. From the gorgeous gemma dress to the playful estate blue closed rose and almond multi house dresses that showcase the vibrant personalities of children while also showcasing stylish brands. Momtrends recently had the chance to interview founder Stacey Fraser about her inspiration and favorite places in NYC as we learned more about the hottest trends for the holiday season.
Momtrends: Where do you find style inspiration for the holidays?
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Stacey Fraser: I wish I could say I shop all over the city to find inspiration, but sadly I don't have the time! I get a lot inspiration online. I love how Net-A-Porter's site is so editorial now shows you complete looks and trends. I also love how Kirna Zabete curates their website. And taking a walk through Barney's is so inspiring; you can get a great idea of how to wear a classic dress you already have with a new twist. I've been into belting dresses lately and wearing them with little booties. And my new staple for the holidays is a red lip. For home - love One Kings Lane. Last night I bought a brass reindeer and candlestick holders for the holidays.
Momtrends: What is your favorite place for an "NYC experience"?
Stacey Fraser: The Meatpacking District has become so commercial and crowded, but have to say, I still love going to Pastis or The Standard Grill for brunch and then taking a walk on the High Line to people watch. When it's a bit colder, they have a little skating rink outside The Standard Grill, which is so fun.
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