Boston, Fashion

Think Pink

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1Q1A9156Pants from Nasty Gal, American Apparel spandex crop top, Jeffrey Campbell lucite heels, necklace from Lola’s Urban Vintage truck at SoWa.

Remember when I told you how easy it is to change up a standard fashion formula with different prints, colors, and styling? Though the basic components to this look mimic outfits I’ve posted before, the solid pink pants and fun necklace give a fresh take on one of my favorite silhouettes. Pink is back in a big way (embrace it!), and statement jewelry can bring a lot more range to the most basic pieces in your wardrobe. Lola’s Vintage Urban truck is the perfect place to find unique pieces like this necklace. Owner Nicoletta Lyons (who hand makes lots of the accessories herself) has created a vintage mecca for Boston’s fashion risk-takers, and it’s literally on wheels. Plus, the prices are amazing.

Photos by Amanda Rosen

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Printed Pants, Ready to Dance

1Q1A3300When it comes to wearing a loud statement piece, I believe in keeping the rest simple. I also think comfort is key for a fun night out. Here I am in my Sandro printed high-waist pants, paired with an American Apparel spandex crop top to create an evening look that’s bold without being too bizarre, and comfortable without compromising cuteness.1Q1A3302They say beauty is pain, but I’m pretty relieved that towering heels are fading out of the fashion scene. Who wants to stomp Boston’s bricks and cobblestones in stilts? These sleek Jeffrey Campbell sandals with a low lucite heel are fun and easy on my feet (and at least one guy asks me if I’ve got a gold fish in there every time I wear them). I guess it’s time to address the fact that almost all my shoes are by Jeffrey Campbell…Fuck diamonds—JC is a girl’s best friend.1Q1A3293 - Version 2

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