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Now this is an outfit I can see myself in. I think I’ve finally found the perfect pair of culottes, thanks to Anna. These military-inspired culottes get an A+, especially when paired with tall suede boots and an oversized sweater. The turtleneck has been ever-present this season, making me glad I invested in a few basics earlier this year! A mini bag adds a hit of color and pattern to this minimalist-chic look.

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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Culottes | Tall Suede Boots | Oversize Sweaters

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3.1 Phillip Lim Navy Gaucho Pants | Aquatalia by Marvin K. Boot | rag & bone Tunic Sweater

Anjelica looks like she just walked off a 1970s rock-band tour bus. I am so pleased with the whole ’70s revival trend, especially this Penny Lane-inspired style. Tall boots, a big hat and a shearling-lined coat make for a statement look. A flowing midi dress keeps things light and feminine.

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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Tall High-Heel Boots | Midi Day Dresses | Wide-Brim Fedoras

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Taryn Rose Suede Boot | Free People Midi Dress | rag & bone Fedora

Lainy Hedaya is practically the poster girl for New York style this week. I can’t get enough of her sleek, city ensembles. Today’s black-and-white look is edgy and crazy cool: Her distressed blazer adds interesting texture, while leather bell-bottoms are modern rock ‘n’ roll. Lainy inspires me to expand my style repertoire, and that is truly the best part of Fashion Week!

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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White Turtlenecks | Leather Pants | Black and White Blazers

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Nordstrom Collection Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater | RtA Destroyed Leather Pants | rag & bone Jacket

Sofie Valkiers of the popular blog Fashionata has such a fun style sensibility. She likes to add interesting and unique touches to every outfit. I love this statement look that is somehow both bold and laid-back. Belted waists are everything right now and Sofie’s leather wrap belt creates some definition on this voluminous fur coat. A drawstring bag, menswear-inspired hat and turtleneck sweater hit all the right trend notes.

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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Leather Belts | Furs & Feathers | Brown Fedoras

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MICHAEL Michael Kors Belt | Topshop Coat | rag & bone Floppy Brim Fedora

Highlights from yesterday’s shows, including Alice + Olivia’s luxurious take on ‘70s chic, an ode to grunge and proportion play from 3.1 Phillip Lim, a soft focus on rag & bone‘s urban tomboy, a menswear mash-up at Veronica Beard and Donna Karan New York exploring the heights of the nighttime Manhattan skyline.

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Alice + Olivia

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Studies show shopping is at least twelve times more fun en masse. Our Try This On series is all about the camaraderie of sartorial group projects.

rag & bone Cardigan | Topshop Sweater | MARC BY MARC JACOBS Jeans | Berry Jewel Necklace Infinity Scarf | Topshop Rhinestone Earrings | Christian Louboutin Heels (for this pair call 206.628.2111)

Party season, storm season: The two sure aren’t mutually exclusive. Depending on where you live, going out for a good time can be a heck of a battle, but neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night can keep Seattle-based dancer and choreographer Kisha Vaughan down. Not with these looks in the mix.

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Bonjour encore, Golestaneh! I love spotting this gorgeous gal’s style and positive attitude during the craziness of Fashion Week. Golestaneh has a clear grasp on contemporary trends and casual-chic dressing. The white palette suits her, and I love the subtle lines on her wide-leg trousers. Her sweatshirt-cut pullover is loose and relaxed, which pairs well with the menswear tailoring. A designer bag and wide-brim hat are the only accessories she needs.

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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Wide-Leg Pants | White Crewneck Sweaters | Small Black Crossbody Bags

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3.1 Phillip Lim Pants | rag&bone/JEAN Sweater | Saint Laurent Bag

The Scandinavian Style Devil herself, Miss Marianne Theodorsen, is looking as cool as ever. Marianne has a creative sense of style and is famous for her ever-changing hair color.

Today’s dark hue is a great match to her modern biker babe look. Marianne’s textural dress and classic moto jacket evoke an urban edge, while her Celine purse and adidas high-tops are a fun hi-lo accessories mix.

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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Black & White Print Dresses | Black Leather Moto Jackets | High-Top adidas

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rag & bone Jacquard Dress | Trouvé Leather Jacket | adidas Sneaker

Well, look who it is: Seattle’s own Julia Dudko! Although she’s still a student at the University of Washington, Julia has managed to build quite the following for her personal style blog, Society Grl. She says she loves fashion and, of course, shopping at Nordstrom!

Julia’s Lincoln Center look is all about subtle drama. I love this draped sleeveless dress. It’s the perfect cut, the perfect length and the perfect relaxed fit—the trifecta of perfection! Julia’s modern mules are a must have this season, too. See you back in Seattle, Julia!

xo,
Crystal Nicodemus

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Black Midi Dresses | Canvas and Nylon Backpacks | Ankle-Cuff Pumps

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James Perse Sleeveless Midi Dress | rag & bone Camo Print Backpack | Vince ‘Capri’ Pump

Highlights from yesterday’s shows, including Donna Karan New York, Lela Rose, rag & bone, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Milly, and Alice + Olivia.

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NYC energy at Donna Karan New York: Looking to her eternal muse, the designer incorporated touches of the city’s signature vibrancy into her classic feminine silhouettes. Milliner of the moment, Stephen Jones added a touch of whimsy with his trademark chapeaus.

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