We’re taking the vintage Ports Organza Paisley Blouse from the store this week and showing you how to wear it in three days with three completely different looks. Follow us this week on the blog!
Day 3 of how to style Dylanium Knits Rowen Möbius Cowl. Janice is wearing Pink Tartan Jacket, Miista Catherine Ethel Ankle Boots, Lustre Concrete Jungle Pants from Shoppalu.
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As swizz beatz rapped “onto the next one”…fashion week, that is.
#LFW has crept up and left us in such a flash that we’re left with the pictures, next season’s trends and some serious street style inspiration.
What we love about the Brits besides the obvious reasons is this amazing skill they have to make clean, classic, prep outfits look edgy and striking. This ability is one to hone, channel and handle with care.
Images via WWD, Kenton Magazine, fabsugar.com, fashionologie.com, Marie Claire, vogue, Telegraph.co.uk, highsnobiety.com
More fav looks from #NYFW via Refinery 29
Cutie patoots shot and captured for Refinery 29’s NYFW street style. Local blogger beauties of Kastorandpollux.com, Dani and Bianca see here!
Orange x leopard. Club Monaco jeans, jenni kayne wedges, eight sixty blouse.
2. It’s important that you try and choose two different sized prints, preferable a smaller print mixed with a larger print. This keeps your outfit from looking too busy and overwhelming.
3.If wearing more than 2 articles of clothing, try and only mix prints of two (maximum 3) pieces. For example: top and bottoms, top and clutch, skirt and clutch. This is important because if mixing prints with every possibly article of clothing, the outfit will become very overwhelming and straining to any eye.
A stylist who has made the blog rounds, we love Marina’s knack for putting together vintage pieces with designer duds and mixing them with affordable pieces. Marina was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, growing up in Buenos Aires and the Berkshire Mountains which is reflected in her own personal style.
Here she is being interview by StyleLikeU.com
On the street
Styling menswear for women in Vogue, 2011
Man Up: Menswear for Women
At the Vogue hosted party for Annie Leibovitz’s book party for Pilgrimage
Red all over shot by Tommy Ton on Jak and Jil
Gotta love the kimono vest
In T Magazine
Ha! Marina as Grace Coddington for Halloween
Gotta love a stylist with a sense of humour - outtakes from her shoot with Opening Ceremony
Tomboy chic for French Vogue