Fashion

Cotton Candy

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DSC_0671Pants from Nasty Gal, Kimchi Blue crop top from Urban Outfitters, Joie sandals, Jimmy Choo clutch, Oliver Peoples sunglasses, silver collar necklace from the SoWa Vintage Market.

While I’m pretty sure most of my experience with blue hair will be a practice in modern minimalism and grunge, I of course have to take advantage of the opportunity for zany summer color play. These pink trousers always take me in a fun direction, and my new bold ‘do prompted me to slightly soften my go-to night-out look by ditching my usual fitted crop tops for a breezier, more delicate cut. I love how the top’s flowy hem falls effortlessly in line with the loose-fitting pants for a look that’s comfortable and simply chic. Note to all fashion saucers: the metallic clutch is your friend.

Photos by Miranda Mu

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Fashion

Crops on Crops

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IMG_0332IMG_0340American Apparel spandex crop top, cropped sweater & high-waisted boyfriend jeans from LF Stores, Jeffrey Campbell ‘Stoppard’ shoe, vintage collar necklace.

Try a top and sweater with drastically different necklines—and cropped hemlines—to create a fresh layered look. Jeffrey Campbell is definitely the king of sky-high, fabulously bizarre shoes, but he also makes the perfect simple, sleek footwear to give boyfriend jeans and crop tops a polished finish. Black oxfords are a must going into fall; they can dress up your jeans, and toughen up a bodycon dresses.

Photos by Matt McKenna

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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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Off-Duty

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IMG_2775Vintage 90s floral maxi dress from Gypsy Vintage (you can shop Gypsy Vintage at the SoWa Vintage Market), Jeffrey Campbell ‘Bastia’ slide sandals, vintage choker.IMG_2723

IMG_2714Piece Apparel ‘Wild at Heart’ tank, Carmar denim cutoffs, Sandro booties. Piece Apparel makes amazingly cute and comfortable basics, and all you Fashion Saucers can use the promo code ANNIE20 for 20% off your next order at www.pieceapparel.com. Rad clothes and free, international shipping: that’s the sauce. (Photos by Matt McKenna)1Q1A9103

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1Q1A9109REISS London sweater, Helmut Lang tank, Maje shorts, Nasty Gal ‘Lone Rider’ wool hat, Jeffrey Campbell sandals (Photos by Amanda Rosen)

The long weekend has come to and end, but MDW is the official kickoff for summer, and so it’s time to start thinking about your off-duty summer style. When it comes to dressing for summer weekends, it’s all about creating outfits that look both relaxed and refined. I give my flowing, vintage floral maxi dress a stylish kick with my sleek, silver choker and structured Alexander Wang ‘Marion’ bag. You can spice up casual summer staples, like graphic tanks and cutoffs, with a bold lip color and dressier boots. Look for comfortable classics with a sophisticated twist, like the mesh overlay on my oversized, pastel sweater, or minimalist sandals in luxe patent-leather. And try fun, wide-brimmed hats for extra flair (and sun protection).

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Flavors of SoWa

The saucy place to go on Sundays…

Photos by Amanda Rosen and yours truly.

1Q1A2880Drinking strawberry-thyme lemonade in a printed dress from LF Stores, my jellies (again), and sunglasses from Planet Blue. This dress definitely reminds me of the swinging ’60s, but the matching shades and jelly sandals give the whole look a Romy & Michelle’s High School Reunion vibe.IMG_0186

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SoWa Vintage Market

I’m going to see what’s up at the SoWa Vintage Market today. Food trucks, art and thrifty shopping are quite a savory combo. Here’s a throwback to my last visit, in 2012, wearing a loose-fitting polka dot dress with shoulder pads from LF Stores, Marc Jacobs combat boots, my Alexander Wang Marion Bag, vintage Eastpak sunglasses, oh—and purple hair.

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