Q: How does your style fit in with the styles of the Valley?
A: Living and working in an environment that is shifting so often with the seasons, it’s fun to always be mixing it up. I travel a lot with my Kombucha business and have definitely found that throughout the entire northeast, we’re all doing our own things style wise.
Q: Style icon?
A: Jessica Beil and Mandy Moore – they both pull off casual-yet-put-together so well
Q: Where do you get your style or fashion knowledge from?
A: I definitely get my style and fashion knowledge from traveling. I’ve always taken note of what other people wear when function is the priority, since it’s a personal priority for me that it feels and wears as well as it looks. Airports have been a great place of inspiration, as well as farmers markets and busy city streets.
Q: Your style in one word or phrase?
A: Simple & fun
Q: Top three wardrobe staples?
A: For winter that is my Frye boots, Mother jeans and Barbour winter coat.
Q: Addicted to buying?
Q: Store you can always find something in?
A: Buka in Shavertown
Q: An item you would love to splurge on if money weren’t a concern?
A: Any piece of jewelry from Alexis Russell
Q: Fashion pet peeve?
A: Sweaters and shirts with shoulder cut-outs – I don’t know why but I just can’t get into it.
Q: Trend you want to try?
A: Flats – I’m typically in work boots, hiking boots, my Frye’s or sneakers. I don’t own a single pair of flats!
Q: Fashion trend you wish you never followed?
A: SUPER low rise jeans – what was I thinking?
Wearing now: Mother jeans, Madewell belt, Frye boots, Barbour coat, Broome Street x Kate Spade shirt, Anthropologie and Fot Malas bracelets, Airlab earrings, Urban Outfitters scarf