Trends, Tips, and Snippets

This Blog was created due to my obsession with list making and keeping all of the things I wanted to buy organized. Eventually there were just too many lists, so I decided to start this, a blog where I could keep all of my thoughts, ideas, and prospective shopping all in one place.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Style Spotter #4


On a cool rainy day at the Umass Boston Campus, most students gravitate towards dressing in comfortable sweats, and hoodies. Not Audrey, this Communications Major brightened up the dreary day in a light cream colored jacket and a floral dress from Zara, a navy flowered scarf from H&M, suede Jeffrey Campbell boots, Gap Jeans, and Longchamp’s Le Pliage hobo bag. Just like her style icon, British actress Sienna Miller, Audrey made her outfit visually interesting by mixing the two different floral patterns in both the scarf and the dress, layering the dress over jeans, and finally adding a simple jacket. So as to not detract from the whole outfit, Audrey kept her accessories simple, sporting only a small silver pair of earrings. This exchange student from Montreal gathers her inspiration and ideas from UK based Lula magazine, subscribing to fashion blogs such as WhoWhatWear Daily, and scouring vintage stores. Audrey’s stellar casual outfit proves that florals aren’t only meant for spring, but can be worn in any season, and that mixing different patterns and textures doesn’t always have to be a fashion faux pas.


2 comments:

  1. I like how you do this on campus. You are really into fashion and writing, so I am sure you have a lot of fun with this! I am really simple when it comes to fashion, but I do love vintage clothing stores.

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  2. I agree with Hannah I think it is really cool that you do this with people on campus. I love you to do a post about a store that no one really talks about or knows about and give us (your readers) the scoop about the place. Like thats hot and trendy and inexpensive. It would be really cool to know about these places cause I love fashion.

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