… Sundance style.
Most of the bloggers I read worship the J.Crew and Anthropologie stylings, and pull looks right from the catalogs. And while I definitely have a pages from both in my inspiration binder, when I try to recreate the outfits I end up looking bizarre. No, really. I have one J.Crew outfit in my binder – a floral blazer over a cardi over a tank with 15 necklaces on top and a pair of cargos. I have all of those things. And when I put them on together, I look like a deranged toddler who has raided her mom’s wardrobe.
Sundance, on the other hand, showcases simple, chic styles that feed my burning desire to be a cowgirl. But not an actual cowgirl, of course, since I have no desire to live in the desert, muck out stalls, or supervise cattle drives. A FASHION cowgirl. With scarves. And lots of silver jewelry.
(So close to J.Crew, but somehow more clean, easy, and do-able. Or so I’m telling myself.)
I’ve only bought two or three things from the catalog – all on DEEP sale since their regular prices make me laugh in disbelief – but I generally tear out five or six pages from every catalog and file ’em away for outfit inspiration.
Do you get the Sundance Catalog? Like the looks? If not, which catalogs do you find most inspirational in terms of accessible, re-create-able styling?