Fashion

Retro Casual

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DSC_0196-35Blouse & sunglasses from LF Stores, Rag & Bone pants, 3.1 Phillip Lim ‘OMG’ pouch, Jeffrey Campbell ‘Purvis’ platforms.

One of my favorite things about dressing for this season is the way cheerful springy-summery prints and colors prompt me to create modern takes on retro styles. My paisley button-down, cuffed pants, platform loafers and matchy-matchy accessories all have a ’60s/’70s vibe, but details like the cropped cut of my blouse, stacked rings, and my oh-so-millennial “OMG”-embossed clutch bring the look up to date.

Photos by Miranda Mu

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Fashion

Mod

1Q1A7269Scalloped shift dress a la Nasty Gal, Tod’s boots, See Eyewear sunglasses.

Other than free-flowing pubes, I think every trend that started in the ’60s should and will remain in style forever. Micro-mini skirts and shifts, oversized shades, big blocks of black and white, and boots that cause you to hear Nancy Sinatra’s voice in your head…the right mod look is both quirky and sophisticated, and that’s a beautiful thing. And who doesn’t want to feel like the factory girl sometimes?1Q1A7270

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Photos by Amanda Rosen

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