Beauty, Fashion

I’m So Saucy

You Already Know…

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IMG_0215Cropped sweatshirt & pleated tennis skirt from Nasty Gal, Adidas Originals Adilette Pool Slide sandals, and Oliver Peoples sunglasses. O.P.I. gel nail design by Lauren’s Nails at 164 Newbury Street, Boston.

As far as I can tell, one never stops drawing outfit inspiration from Clueless. I personally watch it very…not sporadically. That being said, Iggy Azalea’s ubiquitous “Fancy” video, which pays major homage to the film’s fashions, has taken my obsession to new heights. And while the iconic yellow plaid skirt set and the, like, really important red Alaia dress are obvious gems worth copycatting, Iggy got me paying closer attention to the amazing black and white “athletic” attire the Beverly Hills girls wear to gym class. So forget pro athlete, and think faux athlete.

Photos by Rebecca Browne

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Fashion, Press, Travel

Summer Lovin’

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skirt.jpgMillau striped triped maxi from LF Stores, Groceries Apparel ‘Wolff’ crop top.

I celebrated the first official day of summer in New Hampshire with my best friends and my favorite summer styles. Wide brimmed hats, oversized sunglasses, and slide sandals are my current summer staples. And I’m so glad that the world has finally decided to ditch the old myth that black and blue don’t mix—it’s my go-to color combination these days. For a polished poolside look, I tend to reach for a solid-colored swimsuit when I want to wear a printed cover-up, and vice versa.

A crop top with a maxi skirt is a classic and easy summer combination. I love this cream-colored Groceries Apparel top so much that I bought two. Something about the cut just stands out to me. Groceries Apparel products are made from 100% organic and recycled materials, and though I’ll admit that I don’t typically go out of my way to buy environmentally friendly clothes, it’s always good to be aware of the low-impact labels that have high-impact style.       Photos by Brooke Appe.

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Annie’s Fashion Sauce is featured in Local Magazine New England’s Summer 2014 issue! You can browse the Style Section online for no cost by setting up a free account with MagCloud.com, or you can order a hard copy for $6.60. Photos by Amanda Rosen. 

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