Wednesday April 16th 2014

Tagged: tights

Yep, it’s still cold out

Yep, it’s still cold out
March 18, 2014

But at least I have fashionable Mainers to keep me warm. Sigh.

What’s under that puffer?

What’s under that puffer?
February 25, 2014

The extra-long down coats are suddenly very exciting to me. Since the only peek I have are of someone’s shoes, it’s even more thrilling to see what’s underneath.

Basics in black

Basics in black
February 07, 2014

Leave it to a visiting New Yorker to show us how to go noir from head-to-toe.

The way a trio should be

The way a trio should be
February 06, 2014

My favorite street style photographs are of groups of friends. Sometimes they all look like they can share eachother’s closets and other times they each have very unique, individual style.

Hey, Portland! What’s under that coat?

Hey, Portland! What’s under that coat?
February 04, 2014

Since I’m always complaining about taking photos of coats six months out of the year, my friend Cora had a great idea for a series for this blog. “Ask people to show you what they’re wearing UNDER their coat!” So I did.

Brrrrr, it’s cold out here

Brrrrr, it’s cold out here
December 06, 2013

This Portland resident has inspired me to forgo my standard jeans on the weekend and show a little leg instead.

Spotted in the street: lady in red

Spotted in the street: lady in red
February 25, 2013

There are two distinct coat-wearer categories among Portland residents. The “function first” folks who gravitate towards a down hooded parka (I fall into this category) and then there’s the “fashion first” category (which I should fall into, but do not) for ladies and gents that know the best investment they can make for Maine winters is a chic topper.

Spotted on the street: our first real snow!

Spotted on the street: our first real snow!
December 06, 2012

Remember when we made Travel + Leisure’s worst dressed list? I do – and I still shudder at the thought. But it is hard to look chic when you’re in snow boots and heavy coats for most of the year. Here’s proof that snow can’t stop a fashion-forward Mainer.