Fly recognize Fly.
Fly recognize Fly.
Everything is Everything. Stripes, floral, leopard look-a-like and camo prints thrown together create a dynamic look that narrates the mind of an artist that is either: 1)indecisive; 2)unable to escape the rainbow of colors, patterns and textures that plague the mind; 3)cannot resist the insatiable desire to wear everything in her closet at one time. Either way, I luv it.
Her look excited me because it was soooo different. Notice how the orange and layers bring drama.
The theme of mixing fabrics and textures reappears. I love the poncho and fur scarf pairing.
She had a different look, courtesy of the coat and the glasses. Overall, the look is pretty subtle, but the pieces speak loud and clear.
There are a number of elements present in this ensemble, which is what excited me and prompted me to take her picture. Camouflage and fur, paired with wedge sneakers and an Alexander Wang bag make an ingenious look that only a real artist could imagine. And a real artist she is - she works in product development for Urban.
I saw her at the library and was immediately mesmerized by her style. Each time I looked, i saw a different element of the outfit that made me look harder each time until I had dissected the entire ensemble. She keeps it consistent with the gray, but maintains the art of it with different layers - sweater, leg warmers, scarf, and hat. Then she surprises with the black and white striped jacket. I love it.
Some people think you have to throw on a trillion pounds of clothes to stay warm in the winter and in the process they end up looking like over processed marshmallows. She does a great job of looking cool, while staying warm. The crisp coat, leather shorts worn over leggings and ankle boots are great together.
I liked her for more than the style, but didn’t know it until I talked to her. She just moved to Philly from China and doesn’t communicate much in English. That did not deter her, however, from navigating the city like she had known it all her life.
Anyhow, she was smart enough to purchase not one, but two bags that coordinate with her school colors. They complement the quilted coat well. The boots are the perfect finish. You can tell she knows exactly what to do.
Owner of Philadelphia’s Cultured Couture Vintage Boutique ensures that heads will be turned.