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I've done this slitted maxi skirt a million ways, and it never disappoints. Here I paired it with a polka dotted chambray and a textured knit sweater. Winter is all about layers, but it has been so warm the past few weeks that too many layers has seemed excessive.
I really love the details of this look. The mix of polka dots is true to my tendency to clash patterns. I then use my ruffled cardigan add an extra pop to the whole look. The beaded necklace and two-faced watch are simply used to tie everything together. Obviously, this slitted maxi is still my favorite aspect of the whole look.
Adrienne and I recently had the pleasure of shooting with my photographer friend, Andrew. I had been pining to shoot in a random alley in the old part of San Francisco's Chinatown, and I am so glad we decided to go for it.
Like a small dingy building in Old Chinatown, this outfit is all about the minute details. I really love the color and print of my pants. The medallions definitely cater to the Asian inspiration of this photo shoot. Everything else: the knotted chambray, the faux fur, and the pops of leather and hardware, focus on the little kinks and quirks that create a cohesive look. This outfit narrates a story of paying attention to minor accoutrements.
I am a big fan of jewel tones. In this look, I mixed amethyst, emerald, and sapphire. I also love prints; these printed pants from Forever21 are one of my favorites. Jewel tones always give a winter outfit a rich, lush look. I still needed a few layers though; it's still chilly in the city!
These pictures were taken by Jackie's friend Andrew, who was an absolute blast to work with. I love the play of lines and shadows in these pictures, which worked perfectly with the financial district location. I can't wait from more collaborations with him!