February Fashion Editorial: Great Expectations

 In Photos, Style

Reminiscent of clothing plucked from the attics of ancestors, fashion’s current movement is heavy in prim velvet, intricate embroidery and historical amounts of lace.


[First Photo]Ring available at Paperdolls, Kirkwood, 314.965.3655. Jacket and slip, stylist’s own.

[Second Photo]Plenty by Tracy Reese coat available at Ivy Hill, Central West End, 314.367.7004. Gunne Sax vintage dress available at Retro 101, Cherokee, 314.762.9722. Vintage timepiece pendant necklace available at The Vintage Haberdashery, Tower Grove, 314.772.1927.

[Third Photo]Flying tomato blouse available at Paperdolls. Vintage skirt available at The Vintage Haberdashery. Vintage jacket, stylist’s own.

[Fourth Photo]Vintage dress available at TFA The Future Antiques, Tower Grove, 314.865.1552. Rag & Bone booties available at Saks Fifth Avenue, Plaza Frontenac, 314.567.9200. Epoch hat available at Blush, Kirkwood, 314.965.4411. Vintage cameo pendant necklace available at The Vintage Haberdashery. Edera ring available at Ivy Hill.

[Fifth Photo]Sweater available at Paperdolls. Ralph Lauren skirt and Frye boots available at Saks Fifth Avenue. Vintage blouse and vintage cameo pendant necklace available at The Vintage Haberdashery.

[Sixth Photo]Tulle blazer available at Blush. Plenty by Tracy Reese blouse available at Ivy Hill.

Model: Malia Greiner for Mother Model Management
Makeup and hair by Dee Stemick, Studio 703 Salon, Chesterfield, 636.5366770.
Photo Assistant: Josh Kennon.
Fashion Assistants: Carson Lewallen and Maya Williams.
Furniture and Home décor props available at Jipsi, The Hill, 314.303.5499.
Special thanks to Jenny Baca.









Photo credit: Photography & Art Direction by Attilio D’Agostino

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