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Lookbook Love: The Latest from Bishop Boutique and Saint Clair Jewelry

These two new lookbooks star some of our favorite local tastemakers.

Photographs from the Saint Clair lookbook, left, by Nicole Aguirre of Worn Creative, and from the Bishop Boutique lookbook, by Susannah Marlowe of Alumbra Photography.

This week welcomed two new lookbooks filled with fashiony eye candy, courtesy of some of DC’s most stylish. The deets, along with a few of our fave images:

Saint Clair Jewelry
Washington-based jewelry designer Cameron St. Clair Archer is one of our faves for her modern-organic aesthetic. For her very first lookbook, she tapped local style writer/stylist/creative spirit Kate Greene as her model and Worn Magazine’s Nicole Aguirre and Beth Silverberg as photog and stylist, respectively. The result: dreamy images bursting with cool design. Click on over to Worn to see the complete lookbook.

Saint Clair photos by Nicole Aguirre.

Bishop Boutique
Old Town accessories shop Bishop Boutique loves to join forces with Washington’s fashion bloggers—the last lookbook featured the work of Spicy Candy DC and the faces of Chain Strap Purse and District Dress Up—and this season is no exception. The boutique dubbed its latest lookbook “patriautical,” which fuses the Fourth of July’s patriotic motif with a summery nautical vibe. Sister bloggers Natalie and Erika from the Fashionably Broke star in the shoot, which is predictably heavy on all things red, white and blue. Head over to the store’s site to see the entire lookbook.

Bishop Boutique photos by Susannah Marlowe.
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