We absolutely love the organic feel of TOMS shoes. They are laid back, yet many of the style can be dressed up or down. Not only are they effortlessly stylish, but they also support a great cause. For every shoe purchased, TOMS gives shoes to a child in need through its One for One Movement. And that, our dears, is fashion with purpose.
It is quite evident that Lindsay is a hair stylist at SEVEN Salon at the Pacific Place mall downtown. Her hair makes her stand out all on its own. But what really drew us to her was the ease of her denim jumper. We mean, come on…it looks SO comfortable. It’s a great piece that can be played up or down with the right accessories. Plus it has a very flattering neckline that counterbalances the wide legs.
Jumper: Joe’s Jeans, purchased last year
Necklace: Marc by Marc Jacobs, purchased this past spring
Sunglasses: Derek Lam, purchased 2 years ago
Purse: Club Monaco, purchased last summer
We actually ran into Lauren at Pretty Parlor in Capitol Hill, a vintage-inspired shop that sells both secondhand and new items. We loved how her ensemble mixed eighties and grunge with the acid wash jeans and flannel shirt. We also discovered she is a personal shopper at Neiman Marcus in Kirkland and a stylist for Diane von Furstenberg. If you are ever in the area, we suggest you seek her out.
Acid Wash Jeans: William Rast
Tank: Alexander Wang
Flannel Shirt: Theory
Purse: Balenciaga, “The City” collection
Shoes: Urban Outfitters
We have a confession to make. We’re a little bit obsessed with J.Crew. Every month we do a little squeal when the new catalog arrives on our doorstep. Thus, this weeks Covet Fridays features an assortment of items from the J.Crew women’s fall 2010 collection.
We absolutely loved this single-hued color palette. The ivories complement her divine skin and give off an ethereal, soft silhouette. We also found it interesting how she defied textbook proportions. For example, ankle boots often cut the leg in such a way that we need to be conscientious of where a skirt falls. A skirt ending right above the knee can make some women appear stout and disproportionate, but she makes it work here. Plus, the rugged, structural cut of the boots are a welcome contrast to the flowing shape of the outfit. And just to add to the contrast, don’t miss her necklace. It puts the bow on top of a effortlessly chic look.
Boots: Frye boots
Skirt and Belt: purchased at Anthropologie
Shirt: purchased at H&M
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