Heather Robinson associates herself with many different fashion styles.
"I will take a conservative St. John blazer and pair something edgy with it," she says. "I like to mix it up. You won't find me wearing one designer from head-to-toe."
"I really like leather jackets," Robinson says. She collects all kinds, from blazers to motorcycle jackets to short cropped styles, and pairs them with form-fitting dresses, jeans and leggings. "I stay away from puffy silhouettes because they don't work for my body."
Whether spending time with her husband, Cliff, a retired NBA player, at one of their favorite restaurants, Pellegrino's and Giuseppe, both in North Haledon, or out on the town with her girlfriends at Varka, The Capital Grille, Houston's or Son Cubano, Robinson prefers to be comfortable in either a short dress or a blouse with pants.
"I used to love jeans, but I'm really not into them anymore," she says. "I'd rather wear leggings because they are comfortable and easy."
When it comes to shoes, Robinson always opts for sky-high heels unless she is at home, hanging out in a T-shirt, black yoga pants and fuzzy slippers.
"That truly is my everyday uniform," Robinson says. "When we go out, I usually wear 5- to 6-inch heels because Cliff is 6'10". My favorite shoe designer right now is Giuseppe Zanotti."
Since founding and running The Robinson Network, an organization to unite pro athletes and celebrities and encourage them to utilize their fame toward helping a lot of charities, Robinson has attended numerous events.
"I really love evening gowns and suits consisting of blazers and pencil skirts," she says. "I am always looking for a new dress to have on hand because events come up so often."
Although the majority of her clothing is black, she does like gold, deep green hues and orange.
"I am slowly adding more color to my dark wardrobe," Robinson says.
To pair with her clothing, she opts for classic jewelry and mostly sticks to wearing her tennis bracelet, Rolex Datejust watches and her wedding ring.
When Robinson isn't attending a lunch or gala, she loves to entertain at home and cook for her family – husband, Cliff, daughter, Madelyn, 18, and twin boys, Lyle and Clifford, 8.
"I enjoy watching the boys play football and basketball," she says. "Now that winter is here my family goes snowboarding. I sit and watch in my Chanel snow suit."
There is one time of day that Robinson really looks forward to.
"In the morning after I've dropped the boys at school, I take my cup of coffee outside and feed the birds," she says. "It's the little down time I have that I really find peaceful."