Beth Kirby was one of the first people I noticed promoting locally-made clothing, as she occasionally writes about it on her gorgeous food and travel blog, Local Milk. I love her wabi-sabi style, simple statement jewelry, and the carefree ease with which she wears rumpled linen. This extensive Mother Mag feature, on her home and life as a working mother, is lovely.
I’d seen a number of Cup of Jo’s Week of Outfits posts, which are all fun, but Liz Libré’s was the first that I was completely enamored with! I would wear any of the outfits featured. For the past few years, I’ve been so afraid to wear pattern, but Liz chooses and pairs pattern so well, which makes sense, as she’s an illustrator and textile designer. Her outfits make me want to be more adventurous with my style.
Lee Vosburgh promotes ethically-made fashion on her blog Style Bee. She mixes classic and modern shapes for clean, timeless looks. She possesses a simple elegance, which I admire. Her styling has made me notice how much shoes, hair, and makeup can polish and define a look.
Aren’t these women lovely?
Who do you look to for fashion inspiration? I would love to hear in the comments below!
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