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SheSez stylist Linleigh Richker creates a great casual outfit for SheSez's Linda Grasso.
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How to Create a Great Casual Outfit
Linda Grasso: Hi I’m Linda Grasso and I’m here with Wardrobe Consultant Linleigh Richker and we’re at the new Beverly Hills Boutique- Anne Michelle. And Linleigh has spent the afternoon pulling together some great outfits the first of which I’m wearing.
Linleigh tell me about this—this is a really fun casual look.
Linleigh Richker: I love this look. Honestly, if you need to stop at your kid’s soccer game, you can go from the soccer game to lunch with a friend, to even dinner. You change your shoes and you’re all done.
What we have here is autumn cashmere, 100% cashmere cardigan which is really fun with the hood.
Linda Grasso: I love it.
Linleigh Richker: It’s very playful and sporty and then underneath is a silk-like t- shirt, very fluid it’s by common thread cared with I’d love. This is Karen Elliot’s new corduroy jean.
We’re familiar with all of Karen Eliot’s jeans and now he’s come out with the corduroy. You can roll it up, roll it down, and on your feet are just little fun flats by Ben Simon.
You’ve just thrown on a casual leather belt here with a brass buckle that you’ve got a little bit of stud detail on this side, a big trend this fall. You’ll see a lot of studs on jeans, on belts, on jewelry, on headbands, on everything.
This jewelry is an Israeli designer and the whole idea is to be very kind of Bohemian, lots of little charms hanging off. You can wrap it many times around your wrist or you can wear it on your neck as a necklace. It’s just fun jewelry, inexpensive—
Russian jewelry can be very elegant and very inexpensive and a lot of bang for the buck.
Linda Grasso: It just takes a certain confidence to pull it off, you know. Because you have to know that it looks great and feel that it looks great.
I mean could this be dressed up as well.
Linleigh Richker: Absolutely. I mean, I would love to—I would definitely wear this with a nicer slack or a nicer wide-legged pant, or you can wear this with some skinny leggings and put on your over-the-knee boot.