As I sat alone eating my three chipotle shrimp tacos at a west coast Westin in the desert, I realized that traveling for business is far less glamorous than what I imagined growing up. I thought I would travel to exotic locations, waited on hand and foot, luxuriate with friends on someone else’s dime and oh… get some work done eventually. In reality, traveling for work means a lot of high wifi fees just to access your email remotely, sitting in airports for hours because of delays and airplanes even longer because some woman in first class decides she absolutely must to get off before we take off, checking into amazing hotel rooms and open your window to find that you have a view of the dumpster and the parking lot, lots of long days with meetings and most importantly spending a lot of time alone!
Even though it can be a little lonely traveling for work, I love every moment of it for one very important reason; The end result is an amazing event.
The March “Chic Looks for Real Fêtes” spotlight is on D.K. Stewart. What does one wear when attending a modern chic wedding in Brooklyn – the hipster capital of NY? This House of Dereon dress of course! This stylish fashion blogger knew how to keep it trendy and fun! Never be afraid of color. Even though it is someone else’s special day, there is absolutely no reason why you can’t turn a few heads yourself!
Check out D.K.’s blog http://dani-dk.com/ for more fabulous looks from this fashionista!
If you are interested in being featured in “Chic Looks for Real Fêtes” email Neakai@chicfetes.com with a picture and type of event you attended.
Excited to see how you all turn heads at your next event!
Have you ever been at a crossroads in your career and didn’t know which path to take? I sure have. It took a lot of courage to start my own business and follow my dreams. No matter how much may stand in your way, follow your heart and you’ll never make the wrong choice. Check out this song by artist Jem Warren. Love the message! You can check out his upcoming show dates on the link below. http://www.jemwarren.com/events.html