NYFW Style with the Elaine Turner Ally

For NYFW I had the opportunity to collaborate with a few amazing companies, one of which was Elaine Turner! I was able to take the gorgeous Ally crossbody with me, and loved how transitional this piece was. Here I will share with you all of the ways I styled the Ally, and what essentials I carried with me from show to show.

From day to day, evening to evening, my style changed dramatically and yet this bag was able to seamlessly compliment each look perfectly. One of the best features I would like to call out about this bag is that the chain strap is actually removable; perfect for converting the bag into an evening clutch. The gold hardware and embossed snake print make this piece such an elegant accessory.


So my essentials from show to show included: gum, granola bars, sunglasses, my phone, wallet and a lippie, all of which fit perfectly in this crossbody! I will add that gum and snacks are super important to have with you during NYFW because you have zero time to eat, and are constantly talking and introducing yourself to people.


The talented Danny Nguyen allowed me the opportunity to wear a few of his pieces to NYFW, which was totally a dream! I selected a gold embroidered cream jacket and mesh lace shirt, both of which have gorgeous details and embellishments. For both of these looks I carried the Ally as a clutch!

Street Style

For the GCDS show I wore ripped jeans, velvet and embellished pieces so a clutch was also the perfect pairing. The texture of the Ally added additional dimension and appeal to this look!

Classic Chic

This was my absolute favorite way at style the Ally. With a chic black dress, oversized sunnies and tall black boots. The “all black look” is so timeless, but received an update with mixed prints of plaid and snake print. Also, the chain crossbody strap added such a luxurious touch to the look and amplified my ensemble.


So no matter your style, the Ally is a perfect match for any ensemble, and is my fall pick for the perfect lightweight bag. For this bag and other amazing pieces check out Elaine Turner!