Gingham and Audrey Hepburn

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“Everyone has his own style.  When you have found it, you should stick to it.”

-Audrey Hepburn

As I think about those who inspire me, one of the first women that comes to mind is Audrey.  Classic, humble, spunky, and always in style I find her to be an icon in more ways than one.  I may not look to recreate her exact style but I am always looking to recreate the thoughts she had on style.

We all love a good trend but incorporating a trend into our own style can be a challenge. I may be falling for gingham this fall but I have chosen to bring it into my wardrobe in a way that speaks to my personal style.  Trousers are some of my favorite pieces in my wardrobe.  I am always on the lookout for a pair that flatters, as dressing for your body is the best fashion rule you can ever learn.  My new gingham trousers are no exception. Paired with a sweater for the cooler weather, I look forward to bringing this into fall.

By introducing gingham through an item that screams my personal style I am able to wear the trend in a way that makes sense for me.  You could say I am taking what Audrey has taught us all and sticking to my own style but simply adding a flair to change it up, just slightly.

Today I leave you with this quote from Living Like Audrey “Just try to keep living like Audrey, making good use of all the wonderful things she has to teach us.”

-Victoria Loustalot

XO

Katelyn Moshier

If you are looking for a good read I highly recommend Living Like Audrey: Life Lessons from the Fairest Lady of All by Victoria Loustalot.  It is a must read. A less than 200 page little book filled with quotes, photos, and all things Audrey.

Outfit Details (Sweater: H&M, Pants: Zara, Loafers: Gucci, Hat: Lack of Color)

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