December 4, 2017

The older I get, the more I realize how important it is to feel 100% comfortable and relaxed when coming home. Whether you have roommates, live alone or with your parents, you really need that personal space to unwind and relax. My bedroom is my favorite room in my apartment and it’s that one place I can escape to. I’ve teamed up with Leesa to complete my sanctuary. Leesa’s mission is to help people sleep better. They design, create and sell thoughtful products that delivers straight to your home. They also are a company that gives back! With every 10 beds sold, they donate 1 to someone in need. They’ve also partnered with the Arbor Day Foundation to plant a tree for every mattress sold. With the environment we’re living in today, that’s something I definitely can get behind.

Photos by: Freddy

I’ve had my Leesa sleep mattress since August, but I decided to give it a couple months of sleeping on before giving a proper review! I love that this mattress has some type of firmness to it. It’s not overly foamy where you feel like you’re in a foam sinkhole. The Leesa mattress is designed with 3 foams. The first layer of foam being for cooling. For someone who usually overheats at night, (me) this is a plus! After that, you get 2″ of memory foam that contours your entire body. Lastly, the third layer of foam provides 6″ of durability and support during your sleep without being too firm. Thus far, I’ve really enjoyed my sleep on the Leesa mattress.

If you’re in the market for a new mattress, I would highly recommend this one! Sure, you’ll snooze a couple alarms in the morning from not wanting to get up, but at least you’ll get a great nights sleep!

You can shop $100 off your order with my code: MOOREHISSTYLE

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October 31, 2017

Photos by: Mimi Abintra

 Wearing: | Banana Republic boyfriend-fit twill blazer, Banana Republic alpaca turtleneck |

Even though I’ve lost count on the amount of blazers I own, I’m happy to add this one to the list. There’s something different about this one that are not like the rest. First being, I don’t believe I own any blazers that are a boyfriend cut. Secondly, gold hardware is something I’m slowly, but surely working in my wardrobe whether it’s in my clothing or accessories. My everyday is usually a silver but change is welcomed, change is good.

Compared to the weather when these photos were shot a couple weeks ago (hint, inside), it finally feels like Fall weather in New York City to actually wear this outfit out. This sweater takes on a whole new cut of the turtleneck for me. It hits at the perfect spot to where it doesn’t feel like you’re getting chocked. Even though I’m low-key into that, it’s the same idea of the classic turtleneck, but different.

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October 14, 2017

Photos by: Mimi Abintra

Wearing: | Nicole Miller Man Binary Code shirt, Slydes Finn slider sandals  |

It’s technically meant to be worn as a cardigan, but it’s not. I’ve been doubling up on my button downs for years. It’s for those times when I don’t want to wear a sweater, want that extra layer but also want to keep it dressy. I decided to doubled up on a new favorite! Nicole Miller just launched a new line for the eclectic, yet professional man. NMAN reflects the adventurous guy who’s not afraid to take on a exciting print. In my eyes, he’s spontaneous, quirky and a trendsetter in his own right. My favorite detail is the binary code print being placed specifically on the right side. Not too overpowering on the entire shirt, leaving it nice and clean for an all black look with a pop of print.

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August 13, 2017

Photos by: Freddy

Shop this look: | Banana Republic denim band jacket, Banana Republic dark wash jean , Harley-Davidson boots

There’s something super 90’s about this look in an unintentional way. Banana Republic has some great statement pieces this Fall season that I’m in love with. As soon as I saw this “marching band inspired” denim jacket, I knew it would be fun to wear two different ways. The first, as a top! I got this jacket in a larger size because of the crop fit (and also because it’s women’s). I think the look went a little 90’s when I got down to the boots. They’ve just got that badass, punk rock NYC vibe. Also, I love how the hardware from the jacket and from the boots don’t match. I usually can be a little anal about mixing hardware but somehow, this works!