The first Sartorialist photo that I fell in love with was this:
Posted on The Sartorialist March 2007.
What I like about this look is the pattern of the dress along with the color scheme she has. There's just something so creative and original about her whole look. And it's a look I wanted to emulate immediately, but after searching everywhere for a dress simliar or something like her dress, I ended up with this look, my very first attempt:
I found the dress at the Gap, and I thought, "Wow, this could be the closest design to her dress," so I had to purchase it. I paired the dress with black tights and my white shoes.
Believe me when I say this won't be my last try to getting her look to the T.
After a week that I announced that I wanted to start "Spin Cycle" in my Sartorialist group, Ms. Syako was the first Sugar member to actually post her own take on Sartorialist fashion. Unfortunately this was before I created the group and not too many people commented on it so I've gotten her permission to re-post her blog.
Here is her original commentary:
When I read pink's suggestion about being inspired by the Sart's subjects, I knew I'd have to post this look. I posted it a few months back in the Looks Inspired by Celebrity group, but I realize it's ultimate home should be here.
When Scott was doing daily pictures during the Fashion weeks on Style.com I checked his section every day because I was more interested in what the attendees were wearing than what was on the catwalk. I like to see fashion translated.
So here's my take on a look by Vogue editor (Valerie Bolster)