Style: SF

Well, not exactly SF, but the northern Bay Area is where I ran into casual coolness. This proves that you don’t have to be trendy or over-the-top with fashion to be stylish. I always think that style comes from within and it truly shows when someone is trying too hard which usually results in uber fashion faux paus-es. Even with a simple t-shirt and jeans, accessories with character can accentuate low-key into a dapper look.

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Airport Style: SFO

So effortlessly chic. Her floral dress reminded me of a Monet painting and the colors of Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Although I am not a fan of true floral patterns and prints, I cannot get enough of artistic prints. Tan accessories work with anything! It is not only the new black, it is way better than just black. Her naturalistic hair and beautiful face works so well with the whole ensemble.

Style: Denver

This is a great way to dress for summer. Her not-too-fitted print dress was airy enough to keep her cool, yet girly enough to keep her pretty. Her beige shoes made her look even more lean and leggy.

Airport Style: DEN

For some reason, I was getting a lot of luck out of the underrepresented Denver area. This man wasn’t too pleased with me when I asked him for a photograph, but nonetheless, he was going to be in my blog. The mixture of patterns on his shirt and scarf work because of the neutralness of his jacket and pants. His glasses were even beige. An unconventional color for eyeglasses, but very cool! Sir, you can smile now.

Style: In Flight

She said she thought she wasn’t dressed well but I thought she was very savvy-chic and naturally pretty. This is the way working women should travel. Her pairing of knits and summer sandals was a perfect balance of color and proportion with her structured jacket and belt to keep her comfortable yet ready for business.