The November 2010 issue of Jalouse features a gorgeous eclectic urban style editorial called 'Mixing.Layers.' If there's one thing you can learn from this editorial, it's that mixing and matching clothes that would never go together can work!
Featuring a model decked out in funky leopard-print hats, tall studded boots and long old-fashioned frocks, this 'Mixing.Layers' editorial is definitely a stylish statement.
Check out the 'Mixing.Layers' images in the featured gallery.
Implications - No longer looking to blend in, modern shoppers are looking for styles that will make a statement. Designs featuring an unconventional aesthetic are appealing to those who desire differentiation. Designers trying to stay relevant could hone in on this desire for more one-of-kind pieces.
Pearl White Masquerades
Ruffled Cowgirl Fashion
Frizzy Rockstar Tresses
Soft Boudoir Spreads
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