THE BLOG
11/19/2014 05:23 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Imitation Is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

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In finding my own personal style and aesthetic, I have picked up a couple tips and borrowed looks from a few ladies along the way. In coming into my own, I have learned through imitation (both subtle and not).

Jane Birkin: A white t-shirt paired with light flared jeans makes the perfect boating or day at the beach outfit
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Nora Ephron: You can never have too many black turtlenecks
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Man Repeller: How do you dress Parisian anytime, anywhere? Stripes!
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Emily Weiss: How to die your bleached blonde hair back to its natural color
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Jenna Lyons: How to cuff your sleeves
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Caroline de Maigret: The white t-shirt
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Kate Moss: That simple 90's spaghetti strap dress is always a good idea
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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: Vintage- and not just the stragglers in the back of your mother's closet.
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Ashley Olsen in vintage Dior & Mary-Kate Olsen in vintage Chanel at the 2013 Met Gala