Stylish Scholar!

I gravitated toward Elle France’s “Girls in America” editorial feature since I admire the effortless comfort of these “Ivey League” or “Preppy Noveau” (just coined those terms) pattern mixing ensembles, which include a mix of pieces from European and American designers like Hermès, Chloè, Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren and much more. Fueled with all-American motifs ranging from the Ivy League to American preppy chic, I’m in love with the beautifully curated hoards of plaid, collars, 50’s inspired trends, overalls, sneakers and jackets. This ‘All-American’ editorial inarguably provides timeless garments with a contemporary edge that enables them to transcend time and fads. By pairing simple items in eclectic combinations, these outfits use an array of striking colors and cuts to create eye-catching looks! Between hoards of homework, living a life and exciting sartorial collaborations; I’ve decided to write a cumulative review on my favorite trends post-NYFW instead of providing the typical blogger lowdown after each show!  Stay tuned, I’ll be covering some of New England’s one-of-a-kind local designers via attending select events during Boston Fashion Week, plus I have so many more exciting upcoming posts, which you can’t afford to miss! Until next time, stay stylish!

xo!

Alex

Elle France, Girls in America editorial 2012

Elle France, Girls in America editorial 2012

Elle France, Girls in America editorial 2012

Elle France, Girls in America editorial 2012

Elle France, Girls in America editorial 2012

Elle France, Girls in America editorial 2012

Elle France, Girls in America editorial 2012

Elle France, Girls in America editorial 2012

Elle France, Girls in America editorial 2012

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