Jonathan and I had the pleasure of attending the opening of the Cary Leibowitz exhibit Wednesday night at the Contemporary Jewish Museum. The “ Jewseum ” (I am not being derogatory) sure knows how to throw a party. After indulging in hot dogs and brews, we made our way into the auditorium for a drag show (I kid you not!) followed by more knosh. I had an epiphany. It is so much fun eating hot dogs when someone else dresses them for you! We thoroughly enjoyed our time in the exhibit, admiring the artist’s use of color and quirky humor. If you watch my Instagram stories, then you were lucky enough to catch a glimpse inside of the gallery. But if you didn’t, no worries. The exhibit is open until June 25th – check it out!
Do these Pants Make me Look Jewish?
The second I accept an iCal invite, my mind races with outfit ideas. The last time I wore palazzo pants I dressed them for a Great Gatsby themed party. Today I’m demonstrating how to style them with a sheer black top appropriate for a night at the Jewseum. There is a big difference between sheer elegance and sheer trash. When shopping for a see through garment, consider modest styles. Under no circumstance would a traditional long sleeve turtleneck be considered racy! Less is more when working with sheer garments. This is especially true when it comes to the undergarments you pair with them. This very plain brassiere from Gap Body is my go-to for all things sheer. I polished off the look with pearl embellished booties and decade old statement earrings from Rodeo Boutique.
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Top | Bra | Pants (similar here and here) | Booties | Purse | Lip Stain in Always Red.
A special thanks to Kristin of Monument Salon for the ultra sleet hairdo. Art by Cary Leibowitz.