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Hot Style Tips from the Fashionable Ladies of Alt Summit!

I’ve never been in the presence of such stylish ladies during my days at Alt! Here are a few fashion highlights and tips from the lovely fashionistas of Alt Summit, a conference for design and creative bloggers…

  • Big Bows All the Way Home 1 of 6
    Big Bows All the Way Home
    There is no wrong way to wear a big fatty bow. There, I said it.
    Images by Moss and Issac
    and Brooke Dennis
  • Tulle + Oversized Flowers 2 of 6
    Tulle + Oversized Flowers
    Tulle isn't just for Swan Lake, and an over-the-top magenta flower puts the term "pop of color" to shame.
    Images by Brooke Dennis
    and Moss and Issac
  • Oxford Heels + Nerd Glasses 3 of 6
    Oxford Heels + Nerd Glasses
    Oxford pumps are only improved with glitter, and geeky glasses were everywhere (I'm mad I left mine at home), especially paired with a sock bun.
    Images by Moss and Issac
  • Bright Skinnies + Faux-fur Vests 4 of 6
    Bright Skinnies + Faux-fur Vests
    Dangerously tight skinny jeans in bright colors look especially stylish with leopard flats and oxford boots, and faux-fur vests may have been more popular at Alt this year than the messy top knots they were paired with.
    Images by Brooke Dennis
    andJustin Hackworth
  • Sparkle + Leopard 5 of 6
    Sparkle + Leopard
    Sparkle and sequins are hot paired with pretty much anything in your wardrobe — and don't let your mom's upholstery fabric go to waste when you feel the urge to add a little leopard print!
    Images by Moss and Issac
  • Braids + Scarves 6 of 6
    Braids + Scarves
    Wavy side braids are sweet with any ensemble, and no need to wait for a cold day to pull out the colorful scarves.
    Images by Justin Hackworth
    and Brooke Dennis

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