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Change of a Dress

Lindsey Calla


‘We must always change, renew, rejuvenate ourselves; otherwise we harden.’

Vest and Skirt: Cynthia Steffe, Tights: American Apparel, Shoes: Aldo,

Notice that my blog got a new outfit?  So exciting!  I was dying to clean up my page and make things more organized and easier to navigate.  Hopefully with this new layout you won't be distracted anymore by too much clutter.  Ahh, yes change can be a good, good thing.

This was one of the outfits that didn't make the PS Magazine cut so I figured I'd still give it some blog love.  I'm partial to this outfit because I'm wearing a few pieces that Shaun Kearney designed for Cynthia Steffe.  I'm sure you've noticed my love for the line since 80 percent of my outfits are from them, but the girl fits me really well.  She's constantly changing and experimenting with different looks and inspiration, but still retains a sense of femininity.  They also have the best sample sales which is where I picked up both of these pieces!

Hope you like the new design!  There are still some fun things to be done so don't mind the subtle changes here and there.

Photo by Canna Sasa



PS Press

Lindsey Calla

PS Cover

A few months ago I did a shoot with Japanese magazine PS Pretty Style and I finally received my copy yesterday! I love this magazine because the styling is really inventive, creative, and fearless. After reading all of these Japanese magazines I am dying to go to Tokyo!

It was also great to be featured with Rumi from Fashion Toast and Alix from The Cherry Blossom Girl. It's so fun to see everyone's different styles and I get tons of inspiration from both of them.

Thanks to PS for the feature!