Shana Natelson, a contributor for local style blog Jack Tar 207, weighs in on what authentic Maine style means to her. If you haven’t read Jack Tar 207 yet, take some time out of your day to get a true slice of Maine style, one that celebrates the authentic people of Maine in an array of ages, ethnicities and sexualities.
Caitlin Pierce is the popular fashion blogger behind Wore Out, a Burlingtonian style blog. She weighs in on fashion in the 207, why she insists on living in VT and answers the question: are Mainers more fashionable than Vermonters? I think we all know the answer to that one…
Next up in our Maine Style series is Michael Maher, founder of San Francisco label Taylor Stitch. Though he may hang his hat in California now, this fashion mogul was born and raised in Cumberland, Maine. Here he weighs in on growing up down the street from L.L.Bean and why he thinks a bs-free approach to dressing is the way life should be.
Kate Jones is the jewelry designer behind Ursa Major Collection. Known for her style and beauty, she’s also an authority on Maine fashion, having grown up here. She currently lives at the end of Cape Cod so I spoke to Kate about what this whole “New England” style is all about.
We talk a lot about “Maine style” here on Fore Front Fashion, but we’ve never really defined it. I’ve been reaching out to stylish folk that are deeply rooted in Maine style to find out how they’d define it. First up we have Christine Mitchell, the talented illustrator, stylist and blogger behind N’East Style.