April 25th, 2017
Interview

‘Street Wise’

The Hermès dress above and Loewe below are the kind of pieces I’ve been eyeing—they are stylish but wouldn’t look dated a few years out. Like the Atlantique Ascoli dresses and tops I’ve amassed, these two items would go the distance.

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VANESSA SEWARD

Dorian double-breasted checked cotton-blend tweed coat

GUCCI

Embellished quilted leather gloves

GANNI

Camberwell leopard-print linen-blend canvas jacket

FRAME

Le High straight-leg jeans

GANNI

Ipanema shirred halterneck swimsuit

LOEWE

Hammock small leather tote

SIMON MILLER

W006 Enid mid-rise wide-leg jeans

BLAZÉ MILANO

Silk and linen-blend blazer

K JACQUES ST TROPEZ

Fusain leather sandals

CEFINN

Belted muslin dress

JENNIFER BEHR

Black velvet bow barrette

MAX MARA

Belted cotton-twill midi dress

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  • I like the details on these dresses ….. the beige is brought to life with snaps of leather very lovely

    RuthApril 25th, 2017  7:34 AM

     
  • I definitely like the dress at the top (the Hermes), it is definitely an Old School look and will wear for decades. The color, however, would be difficult for me to wear. I have some Hermes pieces (deep v-neck mid-calf dress, wool wrap skirt, cashmere sleeveless t-neck + marching unlined jacket in orange, and a fabulous dark red ‘drawstring’ skirt . . .) from summer and fall, 2000, and Spring, 2001. They are as perfect today as they were back then. I still wear them, treasure them, and I loved their designer at that time.

    PaulaApril 25th, 2017  9:26 PM

     
  • . . . Matching, not marching (at least I hope not).

    PaulaApril 25th, 2017  9:28 PM

     
  • I like the sportiness of the first dress! But I think the 2nd one has more of a timeless quality.

    joannawnycApril 28th, 2017  11:13 AM

     

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