The In Crowd.

photo courtesy of The Sartorialist, click on photo for link.

After delving into spring’s fashionable future, it’s time to take a step back and enjoy the present. During the winter months we may start feeling un-stylishly stale, and I find nothing quite as refreshing as seeing how others continue to work it, rain or shine. They say that good things come in 3’s, and I concur after spying these lovely ladies amongst the Sartorialist’s January 2010 post. These gal pals look high on style by all accounts: the color combination of black, green, navy blue, earthy browns and peachy pink is beautiful; the gaucho, slim fit and plaid pants are equally intriguing; the accessories are such enviable add-ons; also, the simplistic layering looks warm and chic! Thankfully, one needn’t live in Milan to pull off such an enticing ensemble. Simply follow my lead, as a little creative shopping is all you need to pull off…

1. the bold minimalist.

Jessica Simpson Empire Waist Walking Coat, Nordstrom.com

Sunner smocked pant, Shopbop.com

"On-The-Spot" bag, Anthropologie.com

CC Skye Esalen Wooden Bangle, Couture.Zappos.com

2. the sassy romantic.

Jade necklace, Joanne-Moore.com

Leifsdottir "Precious" Silk Ruffled Blouse, Bloomingdales.com

Slim Cropped Pant, Gap.com

Steve Madden "Tricked" Suede Heels in Blush, LorisShoes.com

3. the lively fashionista.

Ray Ban "High Street Wayfarer" Sunglasses, Nordstrom.com

Circular Organic Cotton Blend Scarf in Blue Jewel, Nordstrom.com

A-Line Wool Coat, Alloy.com

Christine Bec Leather Gloves, Polyvore.com

A.L.C. Tux Pant, LaGarconne.com

Now go get dressed and pencil in a Ladies Night!

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6 responses to “The In Crowd.

  1. Shmal

    Can I be a sassy romantic AND a lively fashionista? I love it all but the Leifsdottir blouse…it’s too reminiscent of my “Everybody Dance Now” costume from 1990, or maybe that’s the point.

  2. i die for the summer smocked pant!

  3. PS – you should find (me) a cheaper (bigger) version! Like on Posessionista! 🙂

    • em,
      the hardest part about the gaucho’s is that most are cropped and jersey cotton. i will remain on the prowl a la possessionista (i miss her bachelorette posts!).
      xo

  4. Carm

    M< this sight is fabulous. keep it going! love the brightness of colors! Next fall/spring candy colored gloves will be the thing to wear.

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