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As inspired as we were about color this season, we hit the streets to see who colored our world.
Meet Risa: Art Teacher (First photo)
Seen on: Austin Street in Forest Hills.
Her favorite colors for her wardrobe consist of turquoise, royal blue and magenta. You won’t find yellows or reds in this fashionista’s closet. Her attitude and self-expressions show that she lives for color in her clothes. With her 75 pair of platform shoes, it’s no wonder she takes her individual style and couples that with her fluidity of color to create looks that most people her age don’t have the guts to pull off.
Meet Elise (Second photo,left): Freelance Furniture Designer and Hannah (right): Freelance Media and Television Producer
Seen at: McCaren Park in Williamsburg
These best buds told us that wearing color is their main inspiration when shopping for pieces in their wardrobe. Their confidence radiated as we asked them what colors they prefer to wear. “There’s no such thing as clashing”, said Hannah. “I mix all colors and patterns”. While Elise only wears brights and whites, she confessed, “I am drawn to reds, yellows and navys”. “As much as I love color my favorite dress is solid white.”
Meet Nina (Third photo, left): Actress and Ignacia (right): Arts Administration
The color from the dresses of these two transitions into true radiance. Nina, an actress loves yellows, purples, reds and oranges. You won’t find any blacks or whites in her closet-an unusual yet impressive wardrobe rule that exuberate her style and confidence.
For Ignacisa, it’s romantic colors and feminine prints. Purples and pinks are at the top of her list. As much as Ignacia loves color, you won’t find any plaids within miles of her closet. Her inspiration for dressing comes from 1950’s Hollywood paired with traditional dress bodies and classic lines. A true example of elegance and feminine style!
Stay tuned as we will be hitting the streets to find which fashionistas are wearing more color. Your just might be our next fashion subject!
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