This patchwork denim skirt has been apart of my uniform lately. I love how it fits and that I can make it feminine or super edgy mod with the swap of a top. We shot this in one of the many gorgeous alleys of Fitzroy Melbourne, the bright colored houses and romantic architecture created a brooklyn esque laid back aesthetic that I absolutely loved...it's a shock anyone could ever leave this area! This look is perfect for beachy days, long extended brunches, or hey, even a festival! I love how fun this off the shoulder fringe tassel top is, I'll wear it with overalls or high waisted jeans and both look phenomenal! Both of these items are from Akira, if you haven't shopped there before take a look and if you have, you need to see their new arrivals! Use my code FOX15 for 15% off sitewide (including sale!), but hurry it's only valid until April 30th!
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Friday, April 15, 2016
I'll go ahead and apologize in advance for this long post. These photos are from a beach we spent the day at in Northern Wollongong, New South Wales. If you read my last post, you already know that I traded festival season for a trip to Australia this year. I still live life like I was at a festival, dancing with friends and doing exciting things like jumping out of planes, but I traded the 3 day memories for some lifelong memories. And luckily, Australia has such great style and weather that I could still dress like I was going to a festival anyway. The highlights of this trip was far greater than an outfit, a beach, or skydiving...the highlights of this trip were discovering what being myself meant and how important friends that help bring out that self are the ones you should have around. Self discovery aside, this dress made me feel like spinning, dancing, and leaping in the ocean. It's from Express and I have been blown away by their styles lately. Take a look here and shop this outfit below.
Thursday, April 14, 2016
Over the past two weeks you may have noticed that I hadn't been posting that much on Stone Fox Style (unless you follow me on instagram too!). I traveled to Australia with my roommate in lieu of going to Coachella this year...but if you know me you know I can't sacrifice festival style AND the festival itself. What can I say? I eat, sleep, and breathe boho and festival season is the only time where I can truly dress the most boho I possible can. Except if this were my exact coachella outfit I would probably have some sort of glitter on my face and definitely a few more anklets...but for those of you who can't deck out in glitter but still want to embrace festival season style this look is perfect. Urban Outfitters has so many amazing pieces for festival season, from this top which is sexy but classy (perfect for festivals and date night), to beauty items to keep you refreshed (whether you're staying in a campervan in Australia or in the desert in Indio). I loved pairing this top with this high slit skirt I found at a boutique in Lorne, it added the final festival flare I needed to pull together this look. Get the top I'm wearing here. You won't regret it! Layered with a bralette or worn open, it's truly my favorite top right now. How do you show your festival spirit from day to day? Is it tassels? Layering necklaces? Shop some of my favorite festival pieces for day-to-day or desert-to-dancing from Urban Outfitters below! Plus get ready for more Australia photos and festival picks over the next few days.
Wednesday, March 30, 2016
When I first received this dress from Banana Republic I loved how feminine and beautiful it was. (Their whole line right now is really just to die for). There was part of me that saw this dress as a challenge to make it edgy and another part that knew it was the perfect dress to wear to a wedding or to meet his parents. When I tried it on my roommate wouldn't stop shrieking at how pretty it looked on. It was like this structured dress was built for my body type (which rarely happens). Nonetheless I still felt like it was SO girly. I was freaked out looking in the mirror at this new person in front of my eyes. It was fascinating how much just one piece could change my look so much. So I decided, let's add some sass to it. With few studs here and there added with a belt and slingbacks, we were ready to go! I know this is an eclectic look, but what do you think? It'd obviously look great with a pair of espadrilles and a straw bag at the beach...but sometimes you just have to do the opposite of what you know.
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
My M.O. is paring girly items with edgy, tomboy, or avantgarde items. I think it's because I was raised in a family of artists where not only my outfits were about what looked good together it was about composition and balance. If you wore something super girly, wear it with a military jacket. If you were wearing something really dark and edgy, wear soft makeup or balance the look with a feminine accessory. My mother always instilled this in me and today I am so thankful for that. We used to always make fun of the word juxtaposition because it was (and still is) such a buzzword...BUT fashion is about balancing your look with opposing trends and styles. It brings everything together, especially when you're an edgy boho girl like me wearing a lacy ruffled dress.