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Perfect Pairings: American Woman

Becoming a sophisticated style or wine connoisseur takes a lot of practice, so we figured we’d tackle both specialties with our weekly Boston Fashion Week perfect pairing. For those of you fashioniSTAs who attended our Boston Fashion Week show and our shopping after-party at the 176 Newbury Street store, then you were lucky enough to try the newest wine selections from 90+ Cellars. If you missed our show at The Tent, we’ll bring you the exclusive looks from the runway, and if you’re lucky they may still be available at our 176 Newbury Street location.

This week’s perfect pairing is our edgy, American runway look with 90+ Cellars’ Lot 40 Chardonnay. This wine - which was one of the bottles poured at our after-party - is a classic, polished, yet bold American selection. It’s match? The leather inspired texture of this Diesel dress, which brings the edge to the all-American Seven For All Mankind jeggings. For some modern embellishment, these Isabel Marant boots silver chain and tassel detail are just the ticket. The perfect amount of American icon with a splash of boldness.

A Denim Review: Part III


Joe's Jeans

7. Joe’s Jeans

Joe’s Jeans are – in my humble opinion – the designer jeans that cater to the widest variety of body types with the greatest success rate. There is a cut for almost every silhouette – complete with cheeky name – and their website makes it easy to select the cut and the wash that is best suited for your anatomy. Their greatest contribution to society?: the “Honey” or “booty fit” jeans. Every single client of mine with fuller thighs and a voluptuous rear who have tried on the “Honey” jeans have fallen in love with them and taken a pair (or two!) home with them.


8. Adriano Goldschmied

Adriano Goldschmied, generally referred to as “AG,” is one of those denim labels with a cult following. I don’t think that they are necessarily flattering on everyone – or even a majority of the population – but if they do flatter you, chances are you are devoted to them…and to anything else they make for the lower half of the body, i.e. pants, skirts, shorts, etc. Their styles are on-trend, but never trendy, and they make a smattering of great accompanying basics in the form of corduroy and twill pants, tees and light-weight outerwear.


9. Diesel

Italian in both style and construction, Diesel always pushes the fashion envelope and thinks outside of the box. One of the original designer denim labels,


Diesel has maintained a steadfast following throughout all of the highs and lows of the fashion industry. They are always exploring new silhouettes and washes and have created a successful lifestyle brand to complement their denim foundation. Look to them for a distinctly European take on denim.

Still to come: The best of the “lesser-known” denim brands as well as the denim brands to keep an eye on! Check back soon!

Adriano Goldschmied (AG)

Channeling New York Fashion Week at Beacon Hill STA

Victoria Beckham NYFW

Our stylish British import pulled off this rocker look at the W Lounge in Bryant Park during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York. Though I was unable to attend the event due to my incredibly booked schedule ;) I was still able to skip down to the Second Time Around in historic Beacon Hill and grab some fabulous items that would cause even Posh to do a double take.  I was able to to recreate her look for less than $200!  ~Kirsten, FashioniSTA

Beacon Hill Second Time Around

82 Charles St.
Boston, MA
(617) 227-0049

Diesel Graphic Tee $12

Cole Haan Heels: $72

A/X Armani Exchange Jeans: $42

Max Mara Blazer: $52