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Kaitlyn Cameron, who prefers going by Cameron, boasts a classic, clean style with an eye for anything chic and simple. Inspired by her new home in Santa Barbara, California, her taste in basics combined with a flair for accessories and shoes makes her deserving of this week’s So Hot Right Now.
With a classic style inspired from an arts influence, Buttoned’s very own Rachel Caldwell mixes masculine and feminine aesthetics to create a fashion forward look of her own. Rachel doesn’t follow trends but instead focuses on having a timeless sense of style.
Sam Cedar walked across the parking lot to meet us in a cool, collected, John Bender from The Breakfast Club kind of way. I kept expecting him to pump his first in the air with triumph. Bundled up to combat the cold, it was apparent that there was depth to his style – another element revealed with every layer.
February is known for several things: Valentine’s Day, false spring, and of course, Black History Month. It’s no coincidence that many of the best unsung fashion designers were overlooked due to their race, and it's time that their names become more familiar within our world of fashion. So, here are just three of the many names to give you some vintage fashion vibes all year round.
Valentine’s Day. You either love it or you hate it. The pink hearts and red roses either melt your heart or disgust it. But regardless of how you feel towards the holiday, it’s still admittedly an excuse to dress up, and here at Buttoned, we’ll gladly take that opportunity.
Imagine this: it’s hours before the big event. Maybe it’s the first day of classes, the first football game of the season, or even a frat party. Either way, you know you’ve got to look good. But your closet is offering no help, and despite the fact that your floor is now covered with clothes, you have nothing to wear.
Can someone say #girlboss? Christi Hurst is a business mogul, having founded Spice Village, and now runs two boutiques on Austin Avenue: one dedicated to her own interior design business, and one to her manufactured luxury bedding.
Fresh out of college, Caleb Ray uses string, nails, and wood to create beautifully intricate works of art that adorn the walls of houses and dorm rooms everywhere.
Dallas city girl, AJ Johnson, is fresh out of college and is a watercolor queen. A San Diego native, Johnson takes inspiration from all over and from “all things happy.” Her business, Pretty On Paper, started out small and has since exploded into what it is today. We are excited to give you a preview of her vibrant art!
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