October 5th, 2020
On My Radar

Aleksandra Woroniecka Inspired

Quite simply, I’m envious of Paris Vogue fashion director Aleksandra Woroniecka’s personal style — she makes even the most basic basics anything but ho hum. This 2010 kic post, based on a 2007 Vogue story where Ms. Woroniecka talks about building a simplified and enduring wardrobe, is even more relevant today.

Images courtesy Vogue

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Belted cotton jacket

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High-rise straight cotton pants

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Wool crème slip dress

MANOLO BLAHNIK

Pamfilo stretch-suede knee boots

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Belted double-breasted felted-wool coat

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Small leather pouch

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Floral-jacquard tights

NILI LOTAN

Isadora merino wool sweater

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Tag leather tote

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Stretch-cotton shirt sand-beige

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Pleated wool gabardine A-line midi skirt

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  • I still have the original tear sheet from the 2007 Vogue story, and have your post on my Pinterest inspiration board. I’ve often wondered how Aleksandra’s style has evolved. It looks like it’s still built around few, timeless, classic pieces. She will remain an inspiration.

    Lisa MacOctober 5th, 2020  8:15 PM

     
  • First thing I notice is her wonderful haircut and hair color – a necessary foundation for everything else! Why is finding a talented (and mature) hairdresser so elusive? After a long run, my hairdresser moved this year. There needs to be a website for finding the right match with a hairdresser. : )

    PaulaOctober 6th, 2020  4:00 PM

     

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