Fashion

Fashion Week Street Style: What I Would Have Worn to London Fashion Week

Here’s the second installment of my Fashion Week-inspired outfit posts. Today: what I would have worn in London:

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IMG_0859American Apparel oversized button-down, LNA slip dress, Reiss hat, Jeffrey Campbell ‘Stoppard’ shoes, and Loeffler Randall ‘Mini Agenda’ bag, and men’s socks from CVS.

When I think of London, I think of updated, androgynous takes on the school-girl look, and this is my rendition of that uniform (with a hint of Wednesday Addams). Vertical stripes will elongate you, and a classic shirtdress never goes out of style. My favorite hat, which happens to be by one of my favorite British brands, brings the outfit to life. And If you’re looking for socks like this to complete your own outfit, look no further than your local pharmacy.

Photos by Rebecca Browne

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WHERE’S THE SAUCE?

Halloween Queens:

I know I haven’t posted many outfits in a while…

Massachusetts natives love Halloween (which you know, because you’ve seen Hocus Pocus at least thirty times…because you’re alive on Earth…)—and it’s even more exciting for fashion fanatics. IMG_0571I celebrated at work in my Black Milk skeleton bodysuit, American Apparel’s amazing Disco Pants, and my Rag & Bone for Intermix blazer with perforated leather sleeves. I left my lashes bare and completed the look with Nars Pure Matte Lipstick in “Terre De Feu.”

While I was perfecting the art of apathy as Wednesday Addams, Amanda was in New York City killing it as the White Queen:photo.PNG…And then I was a little busy being a queen, myself:PicFrame

I had so much fun paying tribute to Freddie Mercury…and developed a newfound respect for men with mustaches.

Although I’m sad the festivities are over, Amanda and I are excited to get back to work! I have a lot of cool stuff coming your way, so stay tuned and stay saucy!

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Wednesday on Thursday: Halloween 2013

Shortly after I bought my Sandro creepers, it became clear that, being a pasty, dark-haired individual, I was born to dress up as one of my favorite spooky characters for Halloween: the ever so morbid Wednesday Addams.1384064_10200848408792817_652422487_nThis oversized chiffon button-up from American Apparel (the third one you’ve seen me wear so far) with the contrast collar paid perfect homage to Wednesday’s iconic look. Two braids, some dark eyeshadow…done and done.

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