Coachella Style

Coachella Style Anna Golka

 
With Coachella just around the corner, Southern Californians have but this one thing on their minds. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds are coming up all things Coachella. And although it is primarily a musical festival, it would be a lie to say that there is not large fashion scene surrounding the event. Crazy prints, crop tops, sheer everything, fringe, and boots; anything goes at Coachella (well, almost). So if you’re like me (secretly more excited to create outfits and do fashion research at the festival than you are for the music) then here are some great outfit options:
Nasty Gal Acid Romper, Topshop Floral Stripe Dress, Topshop Giraffe Print Shorts,  ASOS Midi Dress, Forever 21 Denim Vest, Diesel Sheet Top, Free People Crochet Sneaker 

Tweedandvulture On Showed Us In Todays Gs

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Tweedandvulture on showed us in today’s GS inspiration how to rock the ever popular 90’s grunge trend. Plaid tops and combat boots make for a perfect combination to bring those 90’s alive. Show us your looks at Get Stylin’

Getstylin Accessory Review Fossil Tote Bag I

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Getstylin Accessory Review:Fossil Tote Bag 
I recommend this bag to any businessman,college student or photographer on the go. It’s made well and very appealing on the eye.It also can hold a lot of things at the same time for example a laptop, camera equipment or even business documents. The color-way of the bag will compliment any attire. Men,don’t be scared to carry around a tote they are not just for women and they will help you get your things from point A to B in style-IJ
Price-$40.00
Fossil.com

Photos Taken by-Isaiah Johnson aka A Collected Gentleman

I Usually Dont Stray From My Plain Ol Jeggings

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I usually don’t stray from my plain ol’ jeggings or basic black pants, but these studded leggings from Nicole Richie’s upcoming line for Macy’s are on the top of my wishlist. The skinny silhouette and side details remind me of the (much more expensive) designer label Rag & Bone. Even though they’re eye-catching, these bottoms are also super versatile: wear them rocker chic with a tattered t-shirt and jacket, clean them up with a feminine sweater and ballet flats, or play up a ’70s bohemian feel (I bet that’s how Nicole would wear them) with a flowy printed kimono top and flat booties. Grab these leggings, and the rest of the collection, on September 12. 

With Fall Just Over The Horizon Were Spending

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With fall just over the horizon, we’re spending our free time looking through trends upon trends. That beings said, we need this Erdem dress. It is simply gorgeous. But since we’re a bit more budget friendly, any lace appliques will do. 

Faye Dunaway Is The Epitome Of Iconic 70s Style

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Faye Dunaway is the epitome of iconic 70’s style. Her effortlessly chic style is comprised of gorgeous hats, perfect printed scarves, and tailored pants. Today, pieces of her style reign on by way of large brim hats and scarves with stand-out prints. 

GS Style Inspiration of the Day

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chain necklace
Accessories are the way to go this fall, and this necklace is so funky and fun! I could see it over a white button-down like tweedandvulture has here, with a little black dress and matching heels, or even over a T-shirt and cutoffs. I love the combination of coral and gold, and the chains give the girly color just the right amount of edge. Show us your favorite accessories at Get Stylin’!

Style Icon: Diana Vreeland

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Diana Vreeland
Diana Vreeland
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From Harper’s Bazaar columnist to Vogue editor to consultant at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Diana Vreeland’s life was unique, creative and exciting, and her personal style was no different. Brilliant and eccentric, she was prone to slicked-back hair and over-the-top pronouncements, and was one of the first to champion animal prints. A believer in the importance of quality in dressing, she managed to stand out without being ridiculous and maintained a larger-than-life character in both her career and personal life. Channel her by adding a few costume brooches to a classic outfit, or invest in a beautiful if impractical winter coat, then share your favorite looks on Get Stylin’.

Style Icon Mark Mcnairy Mark Mcnairy Is One Of

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Style Icon: Mark Mcnairy 
Mark McNairy is one of the most brilliant and innovative fashion designers of all time, in my opinion a true icon. He designs shirts and pants but it’s the shoes he puts together that really make me a fan of his. I love the uniqueness of every shoe he comes out with, it’s as if they all have their own personality. He stays true to himself and produces shoes that are daring. From  army to leopard print he has experimented with them all. He has also collaborated with Pharrell Williams, Bass, and even Union.  Check out his website markmcnairy where you can purchase his shoes and after you have gotten  some head over to GetStylin and show us how you styled them. -IJ

Gs Style Inspiration Of The Day

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GS Style Inspiration of the Day
tweedandvulture put together a great fall outfit. I liked the color and design of the printed blouse and also how well it went with the Jeggings and Oxford Booties. If you’re looking for a website to showcase your style,you should visit  GetStyin -IJ

Style Icons Jane Birkin A Birkin Bag Wouldnt Be

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Style Icons: Jane Birkin
A Birkin bag wouldn’t be anything without Jane Birkin. Her English by way of France background lends itself to her perfectly nonchalant European style – she could look glamorous or feminine without looking like she tried. Her wardrobe staples included knitted turtlenecks, short hemlines, knee-high socks, subtle gold necklaces, classic tailored blazers and peacoats, and the occasional shockingly flirtatious frock. In her heyday, Jane looked bohemian without looking at all like the hippies and flower children of the time. And besides her affinity for micro-minis, her style wasn’t trendy, nor was she a trendsetter. Instead, Jane made classics like sweaters and jeans fresh. To make your wardrobe a little more like this style icon’s, you don’t have to shell out thousands for a Birkin bag. Just invest in some basics (think t-shirts, chunky knitted tops, tailored shorts, winter outerwear) that are timeless and flatter your body. Then add a couple things that are signature you: a memorable haircut, maybe rolling up your t-shirt sleeves, or a certain fit of pants like skinny or 70s-flared. 

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