Meredith Marks may be known for her ice, but when it comes to fashion and beauty, she’s up on what’s hot.
The “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star recently traveled to the Big Apple for New York Fashion Week, where she viewed collections from the likes of Libertine and Alice + Olivia — all while sporting several show-stopping outfits of her own.
And with so many stylish soirées on the agenda, the Bravo-famous jewelry designer relied on a handful of tried-and-true favorites to look and feel her best.
Below, shop the six fashion and beauty must-haves that hit the mark for Marks during NYFW, from a “lifesaver” hair product to the designer under-eye patches she “cannot live without.”
“The Color Wow Dream Coat spray is a literal lifesaver for me, especially during New York Fashion Week. While running around going from show to show, it controls and tames my frizz so I’m always photo-ready.”
“I cannot live without these patches. They are a part of my nightly routine; after a day packed with meetings, filming, events, etc., there’s nothing better than putting these on and relaxing.”
“Sometimes I don’t feel like doing a full face of makeup, but I can throw on this Sai Glowy Super Gel and some mascara and feel really put together. I also love wearing it under makeup; it just gives such a dewy look to my skin.”
“These are my new favorite pants, and I’m not just saying it because they’re my son’s! These pants are perfect for any occasion, and truly fit like a glove. You can dress them up or down and feel good about it, since they’re created from ethically sourced organic cotton and elastic fiber. Oh, and the best part? They’re gender-neutral!”
“Ugh, this Fendi bag is just perfect! The color, the size, the tortoiseshell handle … everything about this bag is amazing. It’s hard to find a great everyday bag, but I have to say – this is it!”
“Speaking of relaxing, these pajamas are my absolute favorite to get cozy and end the day. They’re comfortable, yet fashion forward. The perfect PJ set to end the day and disengage.”
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