LOOKS FROM "40 DAYS OF DVF: A STYLE BLOG"
In need of jacket for work other than her black blazer, this tweed jacket with zipper and ruffle detailing fit the bill. Perfect for work paired with skinny pants, it is also great for weekends with boyfriend jeans and booties.
We channeled Uma's inner boho chic by finishing jeans and a white tee with her wide brimmed hat; yet brought some edge to the look with the olive barn jacket and knee high boots. The bright scarf added color dimension to this fall look.
This black silk tank goes day to night; and paired with these black and white graphic floral pants and hot pink Manolos, Uma achieves the feminine rocker she sought. Trade the heels for the black booties and a conservative blazer, and it's a great look for work.
We gave this vintage dress a classic Chanel feel by working with --instead of against--its aesthetic by layering it with different strands and sized pearls.
We balanced Tatum's edgy leather skinnies by pairing then with a knit cashmere sweater. We completed the look with a bold statement necklace - a souvenir from her African safari.
The tweed sheath sheds its conservative feel, and feels edgy and modern paired with a black leather jacket, belt and peep toe heels.
As a full time physician, professor of medicine and new mom, Uma wanted her wardrobe to reflect all facets of her personal style (edgy, boho chic, casual effortlessness, yet professional and feminine). Our goal was to find versatile pieces she could mix and match to achieve her wardrobing needs for her busy life at work and with her daughter.
When Tatum moved to SF, she sought to transition her corporate work and So Cal beach wardrobes to her new life and job with a hip start up in San Francisco- all the while maintaining her classic elegance.
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The clothes you wear and how you wear them tells the world who you are and what makes you tick.
My job is to help you visually communicate your story, your message, in an authentic way that showcases your best self in a figure and fiscally flattering way.
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