Full of surprises, this outfit kept me so intrigued. Every aspect of her look was so unexpectedly fun and it captures the reason why I love mixing and matching clothes, it's just.. fun! and it's totally evident in Claire's look.
The surprises kept going; when I got closer to her, I noticed she had the coolest DIY nails ever, not to mention her one-of-a-kind ring.
I tried to think of something analogous to the fun-ness of Claire's outfit and the unending surprises, sweet fun, creative quirky goodness--so, what sums it up better than a goodie bag?
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the mix of textures with the velvet and fur, patterns, prints--the mix of deep colored velvet and proportions of her ensemble capture the magic of fall. if there's such a thing as summer love, i'd imagine this to be my quintessential autumn love. and her name is roxanna. what more do i need to say.
Hey, it's Erin, head of Class of Fashion! A note from me to you, I hope you've been enjoying and getting inspired by the outfits Shawna, Anna and I have been capturing! We've been covering New York City and Seattle, but why not add a little Boston, New England freshness to the repertoire. On that note, I'd like to welcome a new contributor to our bandwagon of street fashion spotters. Without further ado, here's a hello from Vivian at Smith College in Massachusetts.
(Note: if you'd like to become a regular contributor, please send a sample photo to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or if you spot an outfit that you really loved once upon a time and would like to submit it, send that to the previously mentioned email and we'll see what we can do.) :)
Born in South Korea, I've traveled around different countries such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, China, Japan, and I'm now a student at Smith College (Massachusetts). I'm all for observing different types of fashion and in my spare time, I'm into appreciating photography and watching films and TV shows--mostly comedy. By contributing to this blog, I'm looking forward to expanding a sometimes "fixed" view of fashion because there is so much more to fashion than just the looks or just "the vogue!"
At a Halloween-themed meeting at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, I'll admit, I was slightly distracted by this girl's airy, dreamy sparkles. She says the ensemble is her lamb costume for Halloween--made complete with her lamb hat which she isn't wearing here. She definitely achieved the cute factor of a lamb. Her layers of fuzzy adorable-ness are so right for battling a chilly fall and lacks zero sass with her Halloween appropriate heels. (and who can say no to some New York Sprinkles cupcakes?)
Leather, fur, lace, floral--this outfit perfects a mix of textures to create a chill look perfect for the breezy autumn and Halloween season. Her short hair definitely adds a chic edge and the magical glitz of her earrings adds an appropriate touch of cool.
the mint green, grounded boots and sleek blazer epitomized, for me, the perfect way to transition into fall. i loved how the mint green was reminiscent of spring, but the outfit was definitely autumnal. easy breezy hair is always a plus too.
modern edge on classic pieces: a button down shirt with a urban twist, traditional tower image with edgy printed shoes