I love the opportunity to learn from other fashionistas. As a stylist it is easy to get stuck in my own style closet, forgetting to open the door and explore the world for unique inspiration and artistic fashion ideas. I spent the day with Sophorn during this shoot and quickly soaked in her style aura. In this post we will learn a little more about Sophorn’s style and observe my interpretation of Sophorn’s Boho Sophistication.
I normally go neutral or all black with my work attire but dresses are the easiest pieces to try out bright color and patterns. Thanks to Alexandra, who suggested this dress, I was able to be a little more expressive with my style.
Olive and Oak Dress / Handbag Butler clutch from The Attic
White jeans are possible the most versatile piece in my wardrobe. As I’m venturing out of totally black pieces, I naturally fall into deep hues like navy which contrasts so well with the white. The loose surplice style of the top is also a contrast that strikes a balance with the fitted jeans.
Navy surplice top / white jeans / Necklace 7 Lucky Stones and South Front Antiques
Local designer Tara Skelley wore a similar outfit sans the cover up and looked incredibly chic. I was completely inspired. The silky fabric of the top and pants makes it a relaxed summer outfit, great for lounging at home or for a day out when paired with wedge sandals.
Tank top / jogger pants with “open poncho”
Sophorn’s style mojo rubbed off on me. I just love her cozy boho sophisticated style. and will definitely be adding this look to my client’s style portfolio. Check out Sophorn’s blog for more style, photography, lifestyle, and Memphis posts at Norococo!
Lola Jeans – The Attic / Top – The Attic /
7 Lucky Stones Necklace – The Attic / Shawl – Stock and Belle
PHOTOS BY: DIRK OLSEN