Stylish quote

04/09/2013

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“Buying a matching blouse and skirt from the same store is a crime. A clever mix of chic and cheap hits the jackpot. Know how to mix styles and labels.”

Ines de la Fressange


Photo source: Vogue UK October 2009

Bette Franke photographed by Kai Z Feng and styled by Charlotte Pilcher & Emma Elwick-Bates for More Dash Than Cash feature

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12 comments:

  1. great advice, i need more high end pieces though! :)

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  2. Isnt a quote, is a rule of life! Lol, so agree with her, except when I enter in my fav stores (see Mango) where would love to go out with everything!:) Kisses dear, have a good day! xo

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  3. This is a healthy style philosophy. I love that editorial photograph! I have it in my files and I'm waiting for the right moment to post it. :)

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  4. I love Ines, but I have to admit that this is advice I never follow... I love to match, it's my secret fashion guilty pleasure :)
    xox,
    Cee

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  5. HaHa! Knowing how to mix and match is key. I guess they would throw me in a fashion jail, because I buy and pair a lot from the same label. HAHAHA
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  6. Ottimo pensieri!

    http://www.cultureandtrend.com/

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  7. Great quote! I do always try to mix and match my outfits!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  8. This quote solaces me because I do this so often - mix a cheap with an expensive piece :)

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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  9. This is the best idea behind finding ones own unique style. I follow this mantra all the time!

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  10. Such a VERY good advice....!:)*

    Simply stunning words,I mean it...and can't more being agree!
    Making a good mix is also a very big talent!

    Wishing you wonderful September,Natalia:)*

    ***Violetta***

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  11. I'm a big fan of this approach and I think one of the best things about fashion and creating a style is the mixing. Of course, I have my favourite labels & designers (and yes, this season I would buy the entire Carven collection if I could!), but where is the fun in copying the same looks from catwalks/catalogues?! Caterina

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