Where are you on your way to?
To put more caffeine in my body
Lately my grandma’s friend has been cleaning out her closet and mailing me her old clothes, so the post office.
Where are you from?
Outer space, more recently a suburb in Virginia
How would you describe your style?
Getting dressed is fun, but also sometimes hard, I’m usually running late and just throw on a lot of things and hope they match. If it were more socially acceptable I’d wear a nightgown everywhere.
Why we spotted her:
Anna’s combination of warm accessories and cozy textures with the florals and military-inspired boots of the moment makes her homespun style feel very new. The look’s resistance to matching — and Anna’s shopping sources — suggest some splendidly inventive instincts are at work. It is entirely cohesive, yet uncontrived. Looks like Anna will be turning heads come rain, sleet, or snow!
Hat: “That thing’s been in my mom’s house for years, I took it back with me after Christmas.” Coat: thrift store, $12. Scarf: “I stole it from my mom, she has a great scarf collection.” Dress: Urban Outfitters, sale, $10. Bag: Schuler & Sons, at Anthropologie, $100. Top: “You can’t really see it but I’m wearing a little boys’ shirt with camouflage airplanes on it. My best friend and I got matching ones at Target a few years ago, it’s my favorite,” $4.
Anna spotted at The New School.
Photos by Peggy Nelling.