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Winter Warm Up #2

February 4, 2010

A while ago REFINERY 29 put together an ingenious tongue in cheek guide to getting shot by The Sartorialist. As evidenced here,

Image from all the pretty birds (http://alltheprettybirds.blogspot.com/)

here,

Image from The Sartorialist (http://thesartorialist.blogspot.com)

and here

Image from Garance Dore (http://www.garancedore.fr/en)

Adding a simple scarf can enliven even the most basic looks. My second Winter Warm Up pick is this lovely little madras number from the Gap.

Thought I can’t decide if I look the purple or the blue more.

Editor’s Note #1: I realize that many of these ideas are pretty much “no-brainers.” But think about it, how many times to you receive really excellent advice, repeatedly, only to completely ignore it. I have a whole drawer dedicated to scarves, yet I wear the same one day in and day out. Guess it’s time to take my own advice.

Plus I really wanted to focus on easy ideas, that anyone could try. The post on how to rock sweatpants with heels, and fool people into thinking you actually put time and effort into your outfit is coming. (soon!)

Editor’s Note: Thanks for reading. As you can see this blog is still in it’s infancy, and will officially launch on Feb 16, 2010 (fingers crossed).

Outfit ideas and more options after the jump


Long Term Investment…

$204 Sonia by Sonia Rykiel

Momentary Infatuation

$48 Look from London


Joie Blouse
Gap Vintage Flared Jean
Madras Scarf
Ann Taylor Earrings
Miss Sixty “Sasha” Pumps

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One Comment leave one →
  1. February 4, 2010 4:21 am

    This post has a few important hints, they have got truly made it simpler for myself

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