The tee for animal lovers, this limited-edition knit rallies support for the National Wildlife Federation. The tee is on the cover of the new Papier Mache issue, which is worth checking out for the photographs and well-designed featured items—even if you
don’t have little ones.
(photo credit: Papier Mache and Amanda Pratt)
Jenna, our commander in chic is always teaching us to borrow from the boys, a trend we’ve been seeing around our office at 770 in a little way, with crewcuts boy blazers. Holly, crewcuts boys merchant, Michelle, crewcuts girls designer and I, wearing our favorite crewcuts boy blazers along with a few tips on this trend.
1. Find your perfect fit.
Be sure to check crewcutkids.com for sizes 0-14. Just because it’s labeled as kids doesn’t mean it can’t fit into your wardrobe.
2. Mix in feminine details.
Adding feminine details when borrowing from the boys helps balance the blazer, and gives you an effortlessly chic look:Michelle wore her blazer over a crewcuts girls’ skirt with bright “where are you summer?” orange lipstick (hers is MAC Morange).
3. Finish it off with fun personal touches.
Each of us finished off our outfits with whimsical details from sequin pins to oversized jewels, to personalize our looks; after all, you can’t help but feel kind of like a kid again when wearing crewcuts.
(post by Kelly Wang)