Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Lavender, Baby with & Other Stories

Hey there babes! I made a pact to wear more color in 2018, and I have kept to my promise. I partner with one of my favorite brands & Other Stories, to hit the snooze button on blasé minimalism. The pastel to watch for in spring? Lavender, baby. This season, LOUD is in. This bold point of view manifests through flashy metallics, ethereal fabrics and cutting-edge silhouettes. I am obsessed with these silver block heels. We have seen the sparkle all over the runway (Chanel's glitter boots anyone?) I'd say this is the California fresh take on that style. I also love the playful volume of this & Other Stories sweater. The cropped fit accentuates my waist, and the puffy sleeves create eye-catching drama. When I make daring fashion choices, my attitude tends to follow. Meaning, I take a more risks, and shine with confidence more in life. 
Winter has been non-existent in Los Angeles the last few weeks. (When we shot this look it was literally 80 degrees). I will say, that investing in knitwear is important in SoCal. No need to invest in statement jackets. Fill your closet with chic + interesting sweaters, turtlenecks, and cardigans. & Other stories has some of the best knits (no matter what coast you live on). I plan to wear this lavender sweater with cropped vintage denim, a leather mini skirt, and of course this rad culottes. How do you style colorful sweaters during the winter? It is always a joy to brighten up a drab winter uniform.
I know Kanye said that small sunglasses are in, but like I am still obsessed with my cat eye sunnies. The vintage inspired frame is my go-to. Below I linked some of my favorite options currently. The shape of the frame adds a feminine and mod feel to any look. Are you guys still into this style? 
& Other Stories sweater + heels, Zara culottes (Similar Asos option here), Anthropolgie sunglasses (Sold out but another option.) 
Photos by Los Angeles based photographer Britt Crowe Photo
@brittcrowephoto 


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