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Blue Like Jazz

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These clear Polette Colombe sunglasses might be my favorite sunnies. Everything through them is brilliant — especially fall colors. My vampire eyes are require a shield from the harsh outside light (no, I’m serious, I have such huge eyes that when I don’t have sunglasses, the sun can be painful on them; so shades are essential for me). Polette glasses come with a protective case and cloth for easy cleaning; which I find super handy because I want my sunglasses to last as long as possible.

But this formal dress from Ifchic takes the avant garde cake. The irregular sleeves and the long lines hooked me. Though getting to collaborate with Ifchic for their brilliant event #IFCHIC24 has been an honor. On the 24th of every month, they allow those signed up with their website to spend Ifchic coins — they basically give you credit for browsing their content, you just have to collect coins on their website. They update frequently enough that I don’t have a problem drooling over their merchandise to collect coins. I saved up quite a bit of credit and was able to get two different items (my next post will have the other beautiful item!) instead of one! They have the most stunning selection of absolute quality. And whoever does their styling is a wizard. The package actually came after a couple days of ordering it — I was bewildered. I even made a little Insta video showing that an Ifchic order comes in a nifty, soft, white drawstring backpack. Some of the classiest branding I’ve seen. I’d highly recommend you pop over to their site for their #IFCHIC24 coming up.

The method to this outfit was exaggerating long lines. With a maxi silhouette, I usually need heels — I’m only 5’5″ and have some pretty wide hips, so heels and a long necklace were the best bet for making me look taller. And speaking of lines, these silver stackable knuckle rings from DressLink elevated the look to level artistic, classy, and formal. The necklace reminded me of Lord of the Rings or something an elf might wear, so, needless to say, I had to own the unique piece. The white stone inside the wire cage match my heels, adding another layer of polish to the overall outfit.

 

This look makes me want to go to a jazz club and dance all saucy-like. What do you think?

 


POLETTE COLOMBE CLEAR SUNGLASSESBLAQUE LABEL RUFFLED MAXI DRESS FROM IFCHIC; LIP TAR IN BLACK DAHLIA BY OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE COSMETICS (OCC); SILVER STACKABLE KNUCKLE RINGS FROM DRESSLINK

PHOTOS: ALEX BAUMANN / AMMALYNN; COPYRIGHT: AMANDA HATHEWAY / FASHION VEDGE, 2015 ( ALWAYS LINK BACK TO FASHIONVEDGE.COM )
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Amanda Hatheway

Vegan since 2011; artist and nerd since birth in 1990; portrait photographer; friendly and silly yet distinguished introvert; feminist and philosophical soul; partial to felines; hopes to help as many as possible with the truth about animals and what our actions means for all of us; plans to create a chic, ethical, all-vegan boutique in Portland that is as much about eternal style as it is about ethics.

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