Bleached blond hair, a three-toned color block sweater, cool glasses, and aquamarine headphones!? Awesomeness.
The Great Gatsby tote bag is a nice added touch.
Along Harvard street: a librarian wearing this awesome vintage chiffon-lacy piece over a maxi dress.
My friend Eva recently came back from a year across the pond at Cambridge University, looking as fabulous as ever. I can almost picture her wearing this dress while sipping tea in the English countryside.
Spotted in the Square: a folk artist named Elizabeth Butters. Loved her high waisted flood pants, and the detailing on her blouse.
To hear her nostalgic vocals, check out her MySpace
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Spotted near Brattle Square: an Emerson student with a stunning ensemble of blue––faded denim, an airy cornflower-hued shirt, a flowing blue floral skirt.
Spotted in Harvard Yard during the Arts First weekend: freshman Yinka Ogunbiyi in a simple white dress and lovely headband.
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Boston Native Diego is an actor in the area. He said he plays a Brit for a local series. Yeah, I can see that––definitely some badass European vibes coming from this guy.
A photo taken last year that I never really got the chance to post. Loved the crazy pattern. You can’t quite see it in this photo, but she’s actually wearing a romper!
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Spotted as I was walking towards Central Square: a mix of Fair Isle and Plaid. Kind of an unexpected combination, and you’d think it would result in something that clashes. But it somehow looks so well pulled together and subdued on this guy.
I think the choice of khakis and boat shoes is what keeps it so nicely conservative.