I have a total style crush on Annie Georgia Greenberg, a senior style editor at Refinery29. She loves to have fun with fashion—and during Fashion Week, a sense of humor is necessary! Today’s look has vintage appeal with some modern twists. I am obsessed with gingham, so this bold print is a standout. A bright coral lip and some retro mod clear shades cap off the look. Can’t wait to see what’s next for Annie!
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Plaid Dresses | Little White Handbags | White Platform Sandals
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Velvet by Graham & Spencer Plaid Shirtdress | Alexander Wang ‘Rockie’ Satchel | Kork-Ease ‘Ava’ Sandal
Krista, one of our web production designers, gave us a serious case of dress-envy with her nearly-ethereal, mixed media maxi dress. In a stroke of style genius, she added a thick, woven-leather belt and brown wedge sandals—making a classic 1970s look refreshingly modern.
Krista says, “Being fairly short, this dress style helps to elongate my body—especially when paired with some high wedges. To offset florals, I like to pair many of my dresses with a leather jacket. This gives my outfit just the right amount of edge!”
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Floral-Print Maxi Dresses | Neutral Wedge Sandals | Women’s Belts
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FELICITY & COCO Maxi Dress | Kork-Ease Wedge Sandal | Belgo Lux Belt
Kork-Ease, the brand responsible for the original wedge sandal, is bringing its production back home. Originally manufactured in Brooklyn, New York–and one of the most iconic brands of the ’70s–Kork-Ease is now launching a USA-made collection with Nordstrom.
Two of the original Kork-Ease styles – ‘Ava’ and ‘Bette‘ – have been handmade in rich, vibrant colors and materials. Full-grain leather or linen uppers, with hand-washed finishes and artfully wrapped wedges round out the collection and beautifully define the classic silhouette of the original Kork-Ease styles. The perfect fusion of comfort and classic charm, Kork-Ease is the epitome of a timeless, versatile staple. Bringing the production back to the U.S. truly celebrates the core spirit of the brand’s original, unforgettable designs.
If you’re planning to jet off to a tropical destination this Thanksgiving, pack a few styles from the Spring 2013 collection, available exclusively at Nordstrom.