Saree’s Celine Tote


Saree’s gorgeous red hair was the catalyst for me dashing down Rush Street to catch her before she disappeared into Le Colonial. I caught her right as she was entering and luckily she was a great sport. Imagine my excitement when I looked down to see her Celine tote! Personally, I prefer this style to the Luggage because it’s extremely understated. To the untrained eye it looks like any other leather bag. The Australian work boots, the silk (possibly Hermes?) scarf, diamond earrings, and neutral clothing work perfectly together. I could easily see her on The Sartorialist.

Since I only just turned 25, my personal style and fashion point-of-view continue to evolve at a quick pace. After reading the wardrobe advice book Nothing To Wear, given to me by my friends over at Visual Therapy Jesse Garza and Joe Lupo, I am starting to build looks around one or two key pieces rather than say, five! Saree resonated strongly with me because she achieves what so few young women can – to be ultra fashionable but not overdone or excessively accessorized. She has that certain ease about her, like fashion just comes naturally to her.

Trust me, it is not easy to look this chic and classic at the same time.


  1. the nyanzi report

    it is n't easy. you must be born with alot of style to pull something like this off. well spotted. i like the backdrop too.

  2. or chic and simple…!! it is hard too, but this girl is amazing!!! totally my kind of outfit, boyish with a touch of girly 🙂

  3. Thank you Amy, so happy to hear that you’re putting the principles from our book to use!

  4. You are right Amy, it is not so easy to look chic and classic at the same time. But your style to the Luggage is very simple but perfect.

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