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Endless Summer August 25, 2013

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Take Me Out To The Ballgame

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Garrett Popcorn Photo Courtesy of Garrett

479 Popcorn Photo Courtesy of 479 Popcorn

Bases Are Loaded

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1. Wet Seal Baseball Jacket 2.Topshop Baseball Cap 3. Balenciaga Baseball Jacket 4. Converse Chuck Taylor All Star in Grey 5. J.Crew Embroidered Emblem Baseball Cap 6. Jimmy Choo ‘Tokyo’ Hi-Top

 

Dashing Destinations July 19, 2013

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May We Style You?

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Cape May Photo Courtesy of ViiKnow

Congress Hall Photo Courtesy of New Jersey Monthly

Louisa’s Cafe Photo Courtesy of Yelp

Hats Off

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1. Les Pommettes Paper Sun Hat 2. Anya Hindmarch Green and White Straw Sun Hat 3. Eugenia Kim Genie by Eugenia Kim Ivory Hat 4. Roberta Roller Rabbit Faye Dress in Blue 5. SCOUT Pocket Rocket in Leave it to Weaver 6. Trina Turk Darrin Dress 7. Calypso Cindra Eyelet Cotton Dress 8. Manolo Blahnik Paterno Sandals 9. Miss Trish Isle Flips 10. Manolo Blahnik Watersnake Pieced Flat Slide

 

Dashing Destinations July 18, 2013

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City Slicker

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1. SCOUT Daytripper in Honey Blue Blue

Seattle Photo Courtesy of City Year

Pike Place Fish Market Photo Courtesy of Pike Place Fish

Starbucks Photo Courtesy of Campus Dish

 

Save It for a Rainy Day

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1. Junya Watanabe Comme Des Garçons Oversized Hooded Rain Coat 2. Wanda Nylon Transparent Mid-Length Raincoat 3. Aspesi Rain Coat 4. Valentino Rain Boot 5. Hunter Original Welly Boot in Violet 6. Prada Linea Rossa Pull-On Rain Boot

 

Dashing Destinations July 16, 2013

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Aching for Adventure?

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Sun Valley Photo Courtesy of Visit Sun Valley 

Knob Hill Inn Photo Courtesy of Knob Hill Inn

Cristina’s Photo Courtesy of Cristina’s of Sun Valley

 

Funky Fitness

Slide21. SCOUT Big Draw in Jersey Girl 2. Adidas by Stella McCartney Essential Zip Hoodie 3. Nike Victory Shape Sports Top 4. Nike 2″ Rival Stretch Woven Shorts 5. Nike Legend 2.0 Tight Poly Training Capris 6. Adidas Originals X Jeremy Scott Hiking Boot 7. Nike Free Trainer 5.0 Training Shoe

 

Dashing Destinations July 15, 2013

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¡Vamos a la Playa!

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Santa Barbara Photo Courtesy of Ramada

Mermaid’s Chest Photo Courtesy of The New York Times

 

 

 

Bright and Comfy

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1. Eileen Fisher Linen Tunic and Scarf 2. Young Fabulous and Broke Ombre Strapless Maxi Dress 3. SCOUT Cool Clutch in Swirly Temple 4. Splendid Drapey Lux Tank in Citron 5. Marc by Marc Jacobs Anemone Anke-Wrap Sandal 6. Rag & Bone Mila Printed Cut-Off Shorts

 

Pattern & Color Inspiration: Vertical Stripes July 17, 2012

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CAPRI STRIPE IS ON-TREND:

We love the vertical stripes concept in SCOUT’s Capri Stripe pattern, which showcases a color-and-white combination… Now turn your eye to two and sometimes three color-and-white mixings. The direction of this stripe is what distinguishes it from being categorized as ‘nautical’ (more on that stripe to come).

CAPRI STRIPE ENCOURAGED:

Clockwise from top left: Kathryn Ireland Pink Stripe Moroccan Throw; Ralph Lauren Home Caribbean Stripe Beach Towel; 59 Seconds Striped Drop-Waist Chiffon Dress; TopShop Moto Ice Stripe Hot Pants; Motel Jordan Skinny Jean; Jonathan Adler Green and Natural Dog Bowl; Cuiora Paper Bowl; Harry Barker Small Rectangle Hemp Stripe Bed.

 

Pattern & Color Inspiration: Ikat, Dot and Flamestitch July 16, 2012

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BOCA IS RIGHT ON TREND:

This season we saw lots of ikat dyes on clothing and homewares… A pattern trend that will no doubt continue into fall/winter 2012, the ikats and dots and flamestitch dying methods are perfect for punching up the pattern in your look on the street or in the home. As Deb notes, “this look mixes well with paisleys and stripes”, so to the bolder set, we say Go for it!

BOCA ENCOURAGED:

The pinks, clockwise from top leftC. Wonder Ikat Pillow Cover in Red; Alice & Trixie Jillian Print Silk Halter Dress; John Robshaw Uzbek Velvet Ikat Pink Floral Pillow; Shoshanna Tropic FlowerIkat Zoe Dress.

The blues, clockwise from top rightHarvey Faircloth Ikat Crop Trouser; Jonathan Adler Red & Turquoise Backgammon Set; Cool Change Ikat Soleil V Neck Dress; John Robshaw Thai Cotton Ikat Pillow; C. Wonder Ikat Pillow Cover in Blue.

 

Film & Fashion Buzz: To Rome with Love June 25, 2012

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Synopsis: “To Rome with Love is a kaleidoscopic comedy movie set in one of the world’s most enchanting cities. The film brings us into contact with a well-known American architect reliving his youth; an average middle-class Roman who suddenly finds himself Rome’s biggest celebrity; a young provincial couple drawn into separate romantic encounters; and an American opera director endeavoring to put a singing mortician on stage. — (C) Sony Pictures Classics

THE CONCEPT:

Using mostly Italian resources, and you can borrow from UK go-to fashion resources because they borrow so much inspiration from the Italian runways.

BREEZY TOPS & SKIRTS WITH FLAT SANDALS, THOROUGHLY ‘SUMMER IN ROME’:

Clockwise from top left: Etro Floral-Print Stretch Silk-Blend Satin Top; a still of Ellen Page in the film; TopShop Tall Lace Insert Tie Blouse; Dolce & Gabbana Printed Silk-Cotton Jacquard Mini Skirt; Calypso Beaded Gladiators; Giuseppe Zanotti Gladiator Sandals; Ermano Scervino White Skirt with Petticoat.

 

Wednesday Obsessions: Classic ‘Summer’ Films June 6, 2012

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Yo Deb readers, welcome to the seventh installment of our weekly newsflash for all things up-and-coming, ‘Wednesday Obsessions’. We are excited to bring you the latest info on people, places and things being discussed around the world and around the world wide web. Start following us to receive an email each week when a new W.O. post is published!

FAMILIAR STORIES:

We recommend picking up the latest issue of Town & Country (June/July 2012 issue) to learn more about the ‘old school’ style of summer camps, the institutions of which are having a great resurgence in the US in number of  participants and quality of program. Carry DVDs, snacks and the magazine in SCOUT‘s Uptown Girl in Racey Lacey (the pattern of the summer!).

SNACK ATTACK:

Purchase large tins of delicious Dale and Thomas Traditional Popcorn; Izze Sodas have natural ingredients and are a thoroughly refreshing treat during the heat of summer; Kaia Chili Lime Kale Chips are a salty and zest version of this healthy, natural snackfood; Chocolate Covered Confections from Ann Marie’s in Minocqua, WI make the perfect sweet snack; grab some Nut Crunches from Fastachi, they’re an easy hand-held version of snacking on mixed nuts.

QUINTESSENTIAL MOVIES AND MOVIE SNACKS:

-the funny summer classics: Caddyshack is the country club classic that follows the idiotic exploits of club and staff members, each one crazier than the next; Meatballs is a coming of age film that chronicles the lives of campers and their camp counselor one summer at Camp North Star; National Lampoon’s Vacation watches the Griswold family drive cross-country as they endure one catastrophe after another at the hands of their reckless (though loving) father and husband, Clark, who just wants to get to Walley World.

-the summer camp classic, both versions: The original Parent Trap is a classic from generation to generation that sheds light on the various experiences at summer camp as well as some not so typical American family dynamics – so perfect for all audiences, this film has stood the test of time even through the release of a second version with an all new cast and reinterpreted plot-line; the newer version of the Parent Trap maintains the sassy pair of twin sisters as well as their unique family dynamics, but this one introduces a couple more character stories that are as funny and charming as the overall tone in the first film.


-the ‘sisterhood’ classics: Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants, a classic teenage film based on the original novel about four best girlfriends who spend most of their time together but all of a sudden realize they won’t be near each other for one summer, so they share the ‘traveling pants’ (a pair of jeans) between each experience to help stay in touch; Now and Then, another classic for every group, from young girls to grown women, follows the lives of four best girlfriends from one eventful summer in their 60s suburban town to the present day, where their friendships remain less close but unspoiled.

-the Summer of ’42: Summer of ’42 is a coming of age story of a young, anxious boy’s attempts to portray himself as a man, and, in doing so, he learns of love and loss.

 

 
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