Wear It Now
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Wear It Now


The whole “Upper East Side housewife in the Hamptons” look has never been my thing, so I have to admit, I turned my nose up a bit at Tory Burch in the past. However, her Fall/Winter 2009 collection made me do a double take and I’ve seriously reconsidered accepting that marriage proposal from a wealthy New York investment banker type.
Wait, what? Banks are failing and the stock market is in the dumps? Oh. Nevermind…

Anyway, this is a look you can recreate with minimal shopping (dang!) since you probably have most of the pieces in your closet right now (and if you don’t, they’re not hard to find):


Photos: style.com, forever21, Urban Outfitters, American Apparel, Banana Republic, Alloy.com

My interpretation:


Left: BCBG cardigan, Forever21 blouse, Express skirt, vintage boots. Right: Anthropologie cardigan, Moda Internationale blouse, H&M skirt, vintage boots.

I often find that recreating runway looks forces me to combine my own pieces in ways I may not have otherwise. It sounds counterintuitive, but sometimes being a copycat can inspire creativity. It all depends on how you look at it!


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