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Happy New Year from High Latitude Style
Another year has passed by and a brand-new year just started. 2014 just flew by with more than 365 different outfits of which I only showed a fraction. Here is the review of 2014 in outfits, and posts.
Top five most liked post
- Look like a 1000 bucks for just a couple of bucks
- Recognize a fault when you see it | OOTD
- One easy trick to look slim when layering
Top five most viewed posts
- Fav sheath
- How to wear pink over 40
- Fairbanks’ air quality on Rotary’s lunch talk list
- Five steps with tips to create a working fall wardrobe
- Lookbook Store baby pink dress review
My favorite outfit of each season
Spring Skinny J Brand jeans with ethnic top, Burberry trench coat, sunflower yellow Longchamp pliage bag, and neon yellow Christian Louboutin pumps (all own)
Steal blue linen blazer, Moda International silk cashmere sweater, Seiko watch, Esprit shoulder bag, Hermes collier de chien bangle, Aldo leopard print pumps, G-III suede skirt (all own).
Fall Striped T-shirt c/o Marine Layer with own Loft distressed boyfriend jeans, nude Anne Klein slingbacks, Ray Ban mirrored sunglasses, smoky quartz statement belt, and printed silk scarf
Monochromatic look in various red shades of leather pumps, structured tights, suede skirt, Peter Kaiser block heel pumps, cable-knit sweater accessorized with pearls and Hermes collier de chien belt and bangle (all own)
All black new outfit of the day
The first photo in the first post of 2015 features winter outerwear during snowfall. I styled the motorcycle shearling coat with a matching beret, long knit scarf, gloves, which all have some shades of the burgundy to fuchsia family. The black in the scarf ties it to the black skirt, tights, and shearling booties.
The photo below features the outfit underneath. This monochromatic outfit works because the cable-knit cashmere sweater and shearling of the booties add different structures than the smooth other parts of the look. The skirt has different shine than the booties, shearling, and sweater. The different texture and shine create interest, and keep the look from being boring. The Alaska necklace adds a minimal pop of color.
What’s next on High Latitude Style
Focus Alaska will continue in 2015. Likewise style tips for any age – and of course – with reasons why it works. Once in a while, there will be science bits that are sort of interesting to know or related to fashion like, for instance, electrostatics or why clothes release sparks. Science is not just for men, women love science too.
In 2015, I will host a link-up party every Thursday. It will start at the end of January. So watch out for the invitations on this blog, and my accounts on twitter, facebook, google+, and pinterest. What’s the name of the link-up? Wait – did I ever tell you that when someone comes the first time to Alaska, they are greeted by some Alaskans with “welcome to the top of the world?” It is the northern equivalent of “down under.” Thus, the link-up’s name will be Top of the World Style. Every one of all ages and gender is invited to link up. Yes, guys please link up too. What’s a party without you? All women like to dance!
New Year’s resolution
Well, mine is to host a link-up as announced above. Did you make a New Year’s resolution? What about this easy one: Never miss a post of High Latitude Style? Get a subscription to High Latitude Style.
Photos: G. Kramm
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