My fashion sense is pretty casual. I'm all about comfort. White sneakers, denim and a leather jacket is what I gravitate towards. Being styled for my live sketch events definitely has helped broaden my fashion sense. Stylists will put me in a vivid color and bold print and I end up really digging it.

For basics, Zara is great. That's where I got my faux leather jacket that I've been wearing non-stop. If you're petite like me, the XS fits like a glove. It looks great layered over a printed dress like this polka dot piece from Alice + Olivia. Sela from the events team styled me in it and it's become one of my favorites. I never thought I would be one for polka dots. For accessories I love Gemmed statement silver or gold hoops. I also have the Edie Acrylic Hoop which is tortoise shell but that one is sold out — sorry guys! I also I like Free People high waisted jeans, Sam Edelman booties, and Topshop basic white long sleeve T’s

If you are always out and about and don't always want to spend money on meals and wish to pack healthier options, Modern Picnic has the chicest "lunch boxes." I seriously use mine as my purse regardless of whether I’m carrying a snack or not. It is insulated and makes such a great gift. I actually pitched doing a partnership with them since I was such a fan and we are going to launch a collection of customizable hand painted lunch bags in the future. So stay tuned!

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I'm all about things that are cozy since I work from home, but want to make sure they are polished enough in case I need to run to a meeting or event. White + Warren cashmere sweaters have the best colors and so so soft! The red and army green are my favorite shades.

Petite Studio also just opened a flagship store in SoHo. My friend Azia Celestino introduced me to their brand since they cater to 5'5" and below.

For my thrifted finds I love East Village Thrift (186 2nd Ave, New York; +1 212 375 8585). You have to really search to find and my not find something every time but that's the fun of it!