Well-traveled and eccentric Roxy speaks of handpicked threads with a passion you would expect from veteran fabric purchasers. Leaving nothing to chance, she laughs around pretension and dances through vintage shops, markets, boutiques, online catalogues and department stores with an aim to dress uniquely for occasion, weather and mood.
While in Brooklyn this summer, she snagged her heels at a vintage 1950's era shop called Beacon's Closet. The blazer is H&M, purse Urban Outfitters and dress from online designer/retailer MinkPink.
Roxy reminds me of Jessi Arrington, Brooklyn-based designer and blogger (Lucky So And So). Jessi is known for her LOVE of colour and scouring flea markets and vintage shops the world over for colourful, stylish, affordable outfits.
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