I am so excited to share and introduce this monthly style email! As many of you know, I used to own a clothing store before launching my successful career in real estate and I’ve been thinking of a great way to mesh my history with fashion and relate it to real estate. I am so happy to announce a monthly “Agent P Style Report” which shows some of my favorites looks that I wear to certain situations in my real estate career! Best part, you can shop each look directly under each picture in the email! Be sure to follow my Instagram @PhillipOwenSalem
to see an even wider variety. Hope you enjoy and I look forward to helping you or any friends, family or colleagues looking to buy, sell, or rent in NYC. I am a quick call away!
THE SUNDAY OPEN HOUSE LOOK
Sundays are meant to be casual. Whenever I meet with clients on Sundays or host my own open houses, clients are usually more relaxed, not rushing out from work and generally have a more laid-back demeanor. My approach is the same, so my outfit choice emulates that. I like to wear casual oversized shirts, cropped pants, and high-top sneakers. No need for a big bag, so I go for a smaller bag to hold my essentials (Pack of Red Twizzlers, gum, pen, business cards).
Wearing: Oversized Martine Rose Button Up
with ATM Collection Short, High Top Stella McCartney Sneaker, Acne Studios Saddle Bag, Victoria Young Pentagon Hoop Earring
THURSDAY DAYTIME SHOWINGS
Even though Fall is approaching, daytime appointments this month can get HOT, so I opt for a fun, yet professional look (yes, shorts can be professional if done right!). I usually go out to dinner with my husband after a day of appointments on Thursday nights, so I want to be sure I am wearing a look that I can comfortably wear to dinner!
I want to look professional, but not uptight, for every listing pitch I go on. I have never been one to wear a suit and tie EVER, so I made my own version of that. I like exaggerated hems that are not basic and shirts that have a bit more detail than a typical button up. Throw on an earring and I am good to go.