Friday, November 15, 2013

Personal style is something that is always evolving and changing. The outerwear, cardigans, and boots you lived in last season may not inspire you like they did in the past. Instead of feeling stuck, go ahead and experiment with the pieces in your wardrobe! This week's style files is a delightful array of some of our favorite Ruchette's displaying their personal style. From rustic allure to polished grace, each of the ladies featured portrays their own unique point of view when it comes to fashion.

Bonnie of Small Town Fashionista looks ready for adventure in our Aztec Maxi Dress and Cocoon Cardigan! The cozy knit of the cardigan and feminine silhouette of the maxi dress creates a look that evokes ease and playfulness. Our rodeo boots, earrings, and Ruche Azurite Cavern Ring are the lovely finishing accessories for this charmingly rustic look.

Melina from The Caffeinated Closet looks like a classic Ruchette in her striped top, beautiful turquoise statement necklace, and belted skirt. Her boots add the perfect autumnal touch to her adorable ensemble. The colorful sunset and urban rooftop provide the perfect backdrop for this feminine outfit!

Mixing prints is never easy, but Mara has mastered the feat! Keeping both patterns in the same black and white color family, she effortless pairs our checkered skirt with a striped blouse. Her red lips and sophisticated shoes complement this black and white ensemble perfectly!

Signe of Singeroo looks like she stepped out of our One Fine Day lookbook! Our checkered vest incorporates a contemporary style with a fun, mod geometric print. We love how the warm fall hues brighten up the more neutral palette of her outfit!

Rebecca from The Clothes Horse adds utilitarian edge to her light and dainty frocks with our military-inspired Tulle Jacket. While feminizing this edgy coat can be difficult, once you visit our tips on styling this cargo coat it will become a wardrobe staple that can be worn on chilly winter days and cool summer nights!
Whether you're looking at styles from the past or creating a more contemporary look, the colder seasons are the perfect time to experiment! Mixing patterns, layering and playing with shapes and silhouettes are the methods through which you can discover and expand your ever evolving personal style.