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"SPIN CYCLE" is mixing the original Sartorialist style with your own style.The group is a spin-off of my very first group in Sugar, "THE SARTORIALIST. ONE WORD. LOVE." There is no doubt Scott Schuman's photographs inspire his readers. The styles he captures are unique themselves. The group is created for one reason: a place for Sugar members to blog about how they have been inspired by a Sartorialist style and doing their own take on the original style. Scott's blog: http://thesartorialist.blogspot.com. The source for the photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/restlessview/ 2265713940/in/photostream/

The closest I've gotten to her sense of style so far.

Posted By pinkflats on Jun 4, 2008 at 12:56PM

The first Sartorialist photo that I fell in love with was this:
Posted on The Sartorialist March 2007.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.

Vouge-ing it, Syako's way.

Posted By pinkflats on May 12, 2008 at 8:35PM

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)

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