As the founder of Wanderlust, a national wellness and music festival (perhaps coming to a city near you!), the director of Kula Yoga, and the mom of three young girls, Schuyler is a busy woman who needs a hardworking yet effortless wardrobe. Check out her stylosophy and some of her favorite pieces after the jump.
I ask a lot of an outfit. It should be something practical, comfortable, and flexible—something I can have a Clark Kent moment in if my 1-year-old smears egg on me or I get sweaty walking around Brooklyn.
I don’t care about trends. People are bringing back fashions from the ’80s, but you won’t get me into neon and big earrings again. I still regret everything I wore in high school.
Be realistic about what looks good. I have a small chest, and I know that scoop necks or straps that are set wide apart are most flattering on me, not empire waists or high necklines.
Don’t knock “the uniform.” I used to think it was dreadfully boring that my grandma wore the same sensible shirt, pants, and shoes combo every day. Now I appreciate the mental space that’s cleared up with a perfect outfit formula.
Yoga pants can go under anything. Because I need to be in and out of them, I wear them under dresses and skirts.
Never let go of a great pair of jeans. I have a pair of Diesels I’ve been wearing since my dance party days in the mid-’90s. They’re buttery soft, and I love being reminded that my butt is still the same size.
1. Rosalie top, $178, stevenalan.com
2. Jill Platner Honeysuckle necklace, $585, and Ballad bracelet, price upon request, 212-324-1298
3. Hyde Divine drawstring pants, $69, yogahyde.com
4. Camper Peu Circuit flats, $170, amazon.com
5. Hobo Upperhand satchel, $198, at HeyJhonny, 505-256-9244
6. Gujurati tank, $100, yogamatboutique.com