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Sidewalk Style: Bold and Bejeweled

For this week’s Sidewalk Style, we stopped Kristen Guiter, who looks ready for fall in brown leather and bold prints.

Kristin Guiter, 28
Manager of media relations, Corcoran Gallery of Art

What she’s wearing:
Karta dress from Intermix, Steve Madden brown leather shoes, yellow flower enamel ring from a boutique in Philly, vintage pearl earrings from Meeps, and vintage leather coat from Clothes Optional in Chicago.

Where she likes to shop:
Meeps, Annie Creamcheese, Listopad, Pink November, and Anthropologie (“I’m an addict!”).

What do you have your eye on this season?
“I love animal prints and short, suede ankle boots.”

You always seem so well accessorized. How do you go about building your wardrobe?
“I wear loads of vintage mixed in with contemporary things from an assortment of stores. I look for unique accessories from boutiques.”

Rachel says:
Kristin really has a knack for always looking put together and interesting. She isn’t afraid of bold patterns, colors, and interesting jewelry. This Karta dress is new but has a lot of great vintagey details.













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