A look back….at some of my favorite looks!

February 18, 2016

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Most girls have a favorite look or an outfit that makes them feel particularly fashionable.  Today’s post is a retrospective on some of MY favorite looks since launching Wardrobe Envy.

Shopping in Beverly Hills wearing a shirtdress (above):  versatile, simple, and modern, the shirt dress is actually a 50’s fashion throwback.  I paired it with a wide belt to add some shape and with these amazing boots that make me feel taller than I actually am!
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Wearing a statement coat in scenic Southport, CT: make a statement with your coat and you’ll look good entering AND exiting the room!  This coat I adore for it’s clean lines and beautiful silhouette. I feel glamorous wearing it over a cocktail dress or  pairing it with a little white tee and distressed jeans for a date night.

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Standing tall with Platform heels: nothing quite makes me feel more confident! For starters they add at least 5 inches to my vertically challenged stature… and these have a cool 70’s vibe that paired well with this  mod-style  mini dress!HT3A0598

Vacationing in Mexico would be way more boring without this fabulous maxi dress:  this easy separate  creates instant glamour and is both romantic and effortless.

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Making my way to WGCH radio in Greenwich in a sequined pencil skirt:  what can I say?  When you host a fashion talk show, a girl needs to feel confident and feminine!  Sequins can amp up any day outfit if paired with a few classic pieces like a white button down shirt, pumps,  and a cool trench coat.

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Making a statement with a statement necklace in West Hollywood:  this edgy rock and roll piece brings the Janis Joplin out in me!

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Being not so Connecticut conservative in a beaded bomber jacket:  a nice departure from a blazer, this jacket can be both dressy and casual and definitely adds visual interest to the overall look.

Stylists like myself usually print lookbooks for their clients, so that they can remember their favorite looks and how to put them together.

Be sure to check out Social Print Studio, where you can turn your best looks into your own photo book!

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