Tag Archive:fashion show

ByKari

SUMMER FRESH BASICS: standing in the GAP

WORK IT, WEEKEND.

When your weekend goes from one event to three, your wardrobe has to step it up. Our crew pulled some great pieces from GAP for our Friday night event, then, when Saturday morning and Saturday afternoon events came up – we got the chance to mix it up and show off the versatility of what we pulled. After the whirlwind of events, we’ve got one thing to say:

Dear GAP – we’re kinda smitten.
What do you say, let’s see where this thing goes?

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the cuffed railroad girlfriend jeans add pattern, the hat and belt pull in some
texture. the BAG of course is the quintessential POP that pulls it all together.gap 02

and then, to mix it up a bit.

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tan wedges give it a bit of height and go
with the coral cardi on the little-bit-dressy vibe.

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We chose the red from a number of great bold colors, and made it run-around-townable
with this perfect worn-in jean jacket and flats. As the Friday event was all about moms,
this is a colorful pulled-together option for chasing little ones or running errands.

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Gorgeous momma Cara in the look.

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[original look we put together.]

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this mustard linen top was a huge hit!
add a coral skinny belt and some stripey patterned goodness, with
clean white eyelet shorts bringing it all together with subtle texture.

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Saturday afternoon, we mix it up with GAP’s adorable eyelet cutout dress.

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the flats keep it casual, but you could go with wedges or heels to dress it up even more.

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the mustard top is the perfect compliment to the dress
in pulling off a sweet audrey-esque look.

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this look would usually translate to business casual. nice earrings and sensible heels…
so after we did that look, we amped it up a little (it’s all about versatility!).

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we took a casual office look and turned it into a classy/edgy night out look.
studded booties, tied-up instead of tucked-in, and a big statement necklace
and our girl is set.
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Overall, as a stylist team, we see a lot of client closets chocked full of cheap, implulse-buy trendy pieces, because women buy straight off of a mannequin with no concept of proper fit, longevity or versatility. News flash: it’s better to be YOU, in functional, mix-and-matchable staple pieces that will last. We loved styling from GAP and hope our clients-to-be will be inspired to grow their wardrobe in that direction.

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A huge thanks to Michael and his team at GAP for being so accommodating in the expanded events.

Our JJ Crew of stylists — proud to have you on our team. Thanks for all your hard work this week!

Thank you to our sweet hair & makeup artist Ashleigh who jumped in with both feet and saved the day for all 3 events! On Instagram: @shaymakeupcamakeup

And a big thank you to Stephanie and Emily with Westfield for the opportunity to work with these retailers and be a part of the whirlwind of events!

Cheers – Kari & the JJ Crew

ByKari

BICYCLE FASHION HITS CROCKER pt.2

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MAY IS BIKE MONTH.
And we chose to celebrate by putting on a Bicycle Fashion Show
at The Crocker Art Museum, as part of their monthly #artmix event.

We asked nine women from our community who we admire, of all
sizes & nationalities to model for a photoshoot and in our fashion show.

Once again collaborating with talented Sacramento photographer Sarah Hawkins,
here’s a look at our 5 of our 9 models, in their looks styled by our JJ Crew.

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model: lauren elle jaye  //  wardrobe: juniper james + freestyle

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on stage images via: michael lockett
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model: jamila khan  //  wardrobe: freestyle

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model: julie gesicki  //  wardrobe: freestyle

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on stage images via: michael lockett
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model: meg white  //  wardrobe: freestylemeg col 01

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model: zoe galgiani  //  wardrobe: freestyle // earrings: vivid venus

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OUR EVENT PARTNERS: 

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Photography by: Shockins Photography // Sarah Hawkins
Hair by: Rebecca Maggio @ Maverique Style House
Makeup by: Taylor Floyd Makeup

JUNIPER JAMES CREW:

  • Ruthann Dittrich: event coordination
  • Marci Moore: fashion styling
  • Emily Schubert: fashion styling

For rates and booking for events or styling: email Kari — kari.shipman@gmail.com

ByKari

BICYCLE FASHION HITS CROCKER pt.1

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MAY IS BIKE MONTH.
And we chose to celebrate by putting on a Bicycle Fashion Show
at The Crocker Art Museum, as part of their monthly #artmix event.

We asked nine women from our community who we admire, of all
sizes & nationalities to model for a photoshoot and in our fashion show.

Once again collaborating with talented Sacramento photographer Sarah Hawkins,
here’s a look at our 4 of our 9 models, in their looks styled by our JJ Crew.7143

model: vanessa labi  //  wardrobe via: cuff’s

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7402#model: kachet jackson-henderson  //  wardrobe: freestyle clothing exchangeKACH COL 01

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model: tori kobayashi  //  wardrobe: cuff’s

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model: haley titus  //  wardrobe: cuff’s

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OUR EVENT PARTNERS: 

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Photography by: Shockins Photography // Sarah Hawkins
Hair by: Rebecca Maggio @ Maverique Style House
Makeup by: Taylor Floyd Makeup

JUNIPER JAMES CREW:

  • Ruthann Dittrich: event coordination
  • Marci Moore: fashion styling
  • Emily Schubert: fashion styling

For rates and booking for events or styling: email Kari — kari.shipman@gmail.com