Rock Shic: Devil’s in the Details

Posted on: May 16th, 2013 at 11:23 am by
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[Photo: Rock Shic]Sweater: Vintage | Bag: H&M | Scarf: From Travels | High Waist Jeans: Vintage | Shoes: Vans | Bracelets: Julie Thevenot (her own line) | Sunglasses: Street Vendor | Occupation: Jewelry Designer

Blink and you may miss it, but this nonchalant Mademoiselle possesses just the type of style that I cherish so much in my beloved Lower East Side. It’s effortless, edgy, and all wrapped up in that timeless “Je ne sais quoi” ethos which so many others try to emulate.

It turns out that our stylish lady is a bespoke jewelry designer (surprise surprise), and is wearing some of her own artworks to boot. You can find her designs on her website. I love the motif, as it evokes a sort of “hipster Cinco de Mayo” vibe (naturally appropriate!), without being too in your face. Plus, let us not forget; tribal theme is all the rage these days! You really can’t go wrong.

Oh, and how killer are those glasses? Swoon swoon, I couldn’t have asked for a better subject. Did I mention – she also happens to be standing in front of Essex Market, my favorite neighborhood establishments of all time!

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[Photo: Rock Shic]-Writeup and photos by Rock Shic

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