23 Dec
New Year's Inspiration for the Uninspired

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It seems as though the holiday season always extrudes a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ in most wardrobe collections. Whatever notion of the holiday spirit you’d want to blame it on, it’s surely a time for a sparkly something or another with charming accents to follow. Nonetheless, the certain fear of playing twins with a fellow party-goer seems to haunt our realities, further sinking us into a rather painful wardrobe crisis(es) — avoiding this predicament is key. A mix of rich, vibrant hues along with fanciful prints can create a look of distinction, all the while keeping a mindful nod to the jovial nature of the season.

Photos by: Nikolaus Jung
Styled by: JAK and Kllaborative
Model: Kara Jones
Retoucher: Christine Hilberg

Full descriptions of each look after the Jump

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Look 1
Dress by David Alexander
Blouse worn under dress by Lee Klabin
Bracelet by S.wind.a

Look 2
Complete look by Robert Rodriguez
Bangles by Rachel Pally
Shoes by LORIBLU

Look 3
Blouse by American Apparel
Dress by Octopi
Watch stylists own

Look 4
Gown by Mara Hoffman
White headband by s.wind.a
Shoes by LORIBLU

Look 5
Dress by Robert Rodriguez
Cape by s.wind.a

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