January 18th, 2015
In The WSJ. Magazine

‘Warming Trend: Spring Knits’

WSJ. MagazineSometimes, my favorite stories are the ones that are a bit outside of my comfort zone because they make me look at fashion through a new lens. I can get so laser focused on everyday run-around outfits that I sometimes have blinders on to other ways of dressing. Vanessa Traina styled this beautiful story from the upcoming WSJ. Magazine—on newsstands February 24.

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BOTTEGA VENETA

Wool-crepe skirt

BALENCIAGA

Studded textured-leather sandals

BOTTEGA VENETA

Rushed wool-crepe midi dress

THE ROW

Coco suede and moire pumps

JOSEPH

Cotton-Polio wrap midi skirt

TOD'S

Leather slip-on sandals

MARK CROSS

Zipped tote

THE ROW

Patent Lace-Up Mule

BURBERRY

Stretch-knit boots

ANABELA CHAN

Bloomingdale Earrings

ISABEL MARANT

Alicia top

ULLA JOHNSON

Cropped striped high-rise wide-leg jeans

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  • Lovely pictures!

    www.jesswintz.com

    JessicaJanuary 18th, 2015  5:14 PM

     
  • I love knits in warmer weather because it just makes it a more versatile fabric and adds to its credibility. It adds a feeling of coziness without adding a cool weather feel.
    Great post!
    ~Sophia
    http://plaidismyfavouritecolour.blogspot.com/

    SophiaJanuary 18th, 2015  9:07 PM

     
  • These knits are gorgeous, indeed.

    AprilJanuary 19th, 2015  7:52 AM

     
  • Absolutely stunning photographs. Thank you for sharing with us.
    www.interiormonologue.com

    TanyaJanuary 19th, 2015  3:39 PM

     
  • i wish the models would smile now and then as if they were happy and fortunate to be wearing something so fabulous.

    athenaJanuary 19th, 2015  4:46 PM

     
  • Love that last outfit. I can see that going to many places when I travel, or just run around town.

    pindaJanuary 19th, 2015  5:23 PM

     
  • Gorgeous photo series. Wow. Knits at a whole new level!

    Anna http://thesweetnest.blogspot.fr/January 20th, 2015  1:27 PM

     

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