Lori Harvey is heating up the New York Fashion Week (NYFW) Streets in designer frocks that are too hot for words.
New York Fashion Week is coming to an end, but Lori Harvey’s NYC style tour is just getting started. After a Super Bowl fun-filled weekend, the SKN by LH CEO is back in New York, making her fashion rounds and looking snatched while doing so. Harvey recently hit up the Miss Circle Soho Flagship Store Opening during NYFW wearing the brand’s garb.
Harvey stunned in the shimmery cut-out dress that put her curves on full display. She paired the look with clear slide sandals and diamond stud earrings. The socialite wore her hair back in a bun with side bangs framing her face. The Miss Circle ensemble seemed to melt onto her skin, adding to that usual glow that Harvey is known for.
For Harvey’s second slay, the model looked classic in a Tory Burch outfit featuring a sheer top and miniskirt bottom with a long sheer attachment. She accessorized the look with blue pointed-toe shoes, bold drop earrings, and a Tory Burch bag. Harvey’s sleek bob gave the look a sophisticated vibe.
According to Harvey’s Instagram stories, Tory Burch was excited about the celebrity’s arrival. Harvey captured a bouquet of flowers from the veteran brand with a note that read, “Welcome to New York! Looking forward to seeing you at the show.” And we are sure Harvey’s appearance did not disappoint.
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Lori Harvey Is Stylishly Working The New York Fashion Week Streets In Hot Looks was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
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