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!"