Blogger Style: Angy’s Tea Room
If you happened to miss this post, here’s what Mr. Sart wrote that caused such a freak out:
“I saw this young lady in Milan several times this past season. She is one of the crop of new bloggers. I loved that she’s a bigger, curvier girl than most of the other bloggers who you see in the press and tend to represent the genre.
The subtle thing she achieves so successfully in these two looks is to complement the sturdy but beautiful shape of her legs with an equally strong shoe. A daintier shoe would be overpowered but these shoes create a beautiful harmony for the lower half of her body.”
Guess a lot of ladies took offense to Angy being called “bigger, curvier” and having “sturdy legs”, even though, well, its true. And why does that have to be a bad thing? The opposite of sturdy is wimpy, and who the hell wants to be a wimp?
Anyways, size description flare ups aside, we got to checking out her site and really dig her style. We like her 70’s -meets- 90’s- meets- now rock ‘n’ roll globe trotter style, and we got right to work finding just the right pieces that could score us an invite to Angy’s Tea Room.
1. Topshop lace halter top, $40.00, topshop.com; 2. Ceek “Cross My Heart” pendant, $50.00, maxandchloe.com; Closed “Jools Pants”, $198.00, mytheresa.com; 4. Theodora and Callum Navajo print scarf, $200.00, stylebop.com; 5. Jeffery Campbell “Lita” shoe,$169.95, singer22.com; French Connection “Mary Lou” leather mini short, $248.00, usa.frenchconnection.com
Images Courtesy of Pierguido Grassano and Angelica Ardasheva; The Satorialist