Street Chic: Stacy Josloff
Say hello to Stacy Josloff. She's got 10 years of fashion cred under her belt. It really shows, right?
Meet Stacy Josloff. She recently moved from New York City to Miami to open INCA’s flagship store in the Gansevoort South. See how she manages to mix Hanes and Hermès like no other.
Ethnic background: Russian and Austrian
Profession: Resortwear designer/retailer/wholesaler
The outfit: Inca dip-dye fringe vest, Seven for all Mankind jeans, Hanes boys tank top, Jimmy Choo wedges, gold Rolex watch, Marcie Fleck gold bangles, Chan Luu wrap bracelet, Chrome Hearts sunglasses, Hermès Birken bag
Go-to boutique: Josloff says, "Intermix because you know they’ll always have the latest most cutting edge designers
Lusting after: "I am obsessing over Adriana Castro's python Meissa hobo bag in natural," Josloff says.
Closet staples: She says, "Jeans, which I live in these days. White and Warren and Hanes boys tank tops which are perfect to layer under everything, Inca's cotton PEACE poncho which I take everywhere and use as a bathing suit cover-up, a top over skinny pants, or a dress with strappy sandals. Plus, Jimmy Choos and Louboutins because a girl can never have enough pairs of shoes!"
Worst trend ever tried: "Big hair in the '90s!," she admits.
Biggest fashion faux pas: Josloff says, "I wish women would just get over being so size conscious and instead wear clothing that actually fits their body. No one is EVER a perfect size all the time!"
Style muses: "I don't think that I have any one muse. In general, I love people watching so I guess it depends on what grabs my attention at that moment," she says.
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