street fa shion Joanna Wilkinson
Keepaustinstylish.com. Joanna wears a vintage Jill Stuart dress from Feathers boutique, hat from Goodwill and Dolce Vita shoes. Joanna says, “One of the many things I love about living in this town is that the emphasis is always on having fun rather than just looking cool.”
Sierra Bailey + Adam Fujawa
Manictrout.com, herdailymuse.com, shesayshesays. com. Designer, ex pro snowboarder, and co-bloggers, Sierra and Adam stay busy, but they still find time to dress up. Wearing a dress from Maya Star and Christian Louboutin shoes, Sierra says, “Due to my tendency to work excessively, going out on the town is a rarity, so we usually treat it like a special occasion and dress accordingly.” Adam wears a Giorgio Armani shirt and Hugo Boss pants.
Indiana + Chris Adams AdoredAustin.com. Parents of two, they say, “Cool and comfortable is the name of the game for us, which is perfect since Austin is so laid-back.” Both sport thrift-shop finds, and Indiana pairs hers with pieces from Nordstrom Rack and J. Crew. Wings lovers, this couple says they’re usually the “best dressed people at Pluckers.”
Texas Style Council Bloggers We invited a few of the bloggers who will speak at this year's conference on August 2-4 and their partners in crime to show us what to wear on a night out in Austin.
Storyofmylifetheblog. blogspot.com. Jenni wears a fuchsia silk Madewell dress with heels and a rose quartz necklace. In Austin summer she recommends something “cool, colorful, and comfortable for a night out barhopping or listening to live music.”
Laurel Kinney + Michael Lee Hernandez
august 2013 tribeza.com
Laurel, personal wardrobe stylist for trophyboutique.com, loves “simple pieces I can layer with jewelry and comfortable shoes that allow for easy travel between different spots,” she says. She wears a Madewell dress and Swedish Hasbeens shoes. Michael, of michaelhernandezmedia. com, says that there are three key elements for dressing up to go out at night in Austin: “something old, something new, and something custom/ handmade.”
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