Anna in her boutique, Hoot + Louise, on a sunny Saturday afternoon.
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Christina and Nicole, bundled up cute to shop.
Stevie in drape-y knits.
Check out Ashley, Crystal, and Val, and it’s not hard to see why we love the Farmers Market so. It’s a people- and style-watching dream.
Plus, we have a lot of respect for people who look this great and put together early on a Saturday morning!
We loved the edgy “print” on Snow’s shirt dress–turns out it was a happy accident, the result of a leaky bottle of laundry bleach. Super cute with a pair of Chucks!
Brian and Lauren are nicely matched in style and season appropriateness. Well done, kids.
Great menswear look with fun details on Aja.
And yet more great classic menswear on Justin.
In America they call it a romper. In England they call it a playsuit. No matter what you call it, paired with Rachel’s subtle turquoise jewelry and yellow shoes, it makes for a knockout outfit.
Kate’s light, stripey dress and heavy metallic accessories balanced out just right.
The most honest thing we can say to introduce this post is that we are crazy ’bout sharp dressed men.
John was wearing a most endearing combination of prints. The pocket square inspired the name of this post.
Bert managed to make classic American pieces look fresh, especially when you consider how he added awesome gray lace-up boots.
Narrow leg, rolled cuff, bare ankles, cotton gingham and plaid: thanks, James and Jon, for keeping it simple and classy.
We’re disappointed we missed the Zombie March by about a half hour, but we still got lots of great photos of the living!
We stalked Anna and Gloria for several downtown blocks to capture their edgy yet extremely put-together looks. It’s rare that a girl can rock skull prints, giant studs, or tattoos (or a combo of these!) and still look so much like a lady. (And with zombie blood in the background to boot!)
Sharon has the attitude to truly wear a hat, as opposed to the hat wearing her. Her effervescence made an outfit of basics and neutrals stand out.