It’s a Man’s World

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Rag and Bone mens shirt (c/o my hubby) / Madewell jeans (sold out, but similar style here) / Aerosoles shoes (only $30 at Marshalls, similar here) / EKammeyer headband worn as a necklace / vintage Coach bag (c/o my mother-in-law) / Warby Parker glasses / Kiel Mead ring / all other jewelry, vintage.

Every now and then I get sick of my wardrobe (believe it or not) and turn to the other side of my closet to swipe one of my hubby’s shirts to try something new. I love the challenge of taking something 3 times too large and making it look flattering. I guess that’s why I am a stylist.

STYLIST TIP: The key to wearing menswear inspired pieces—or in this case, actual menswear—is to mix it with feminine silhouettes like a curvy jean or a sexy wedge.

STYLIST TIP: No time to take out the ironing board to press your button down? No excuses. Use your flat iron (or your girlfriend’s) like my go-to Chi to at least press your collar, cuffs, and placket, staying clear of the buttons.

xo Liz

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5 responses »

  1. can’t believe I never used the flat iron trick to get some of those pesky wrinkles out! you should incorporate these “stylist tips” into your posts more often!

    • Thanks for the feedback Olivia! I definitely am incorporating more stylist tips, as well as beauty secrets that I’ve learned from photoshoots. Check back for more fun ones coming up soon!

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