Caitlyn Warakomski Philadelphia
#streetfashion #Philadelphia ©CAIT ELIZABETH

#streetfashion #Philadelphia ©CAIT ELIZABETH

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vogue:

Prêt-à-Pumpkin: Designer Custom-made Jack-o’-LanternsHurricane Sandy may have derailed plans for Halloween festivities on the East Coast, but there’s much to celebrate in the wonderfully inventive carved pumpkins commissioned by Vogue.com.

vogue:

Prêt-à-Pumpkin: Designer Custom-made Jack-o’-Lanterns

Hurricane Sandy may have derailed plans for Halloween festivities on the East Coast, but there’s much to celebrate in the wonderfully inventive carved pumpkins commissioned by Vogue.com.

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©Cait Elizabeth 

// In My Element: Style Wars 2012//

This past weekend I got the opportunity to work with public relations agency, Creative Sevag, at a fashion show called Style Wars. All proceeds went to Adopt A Pig Foundation. I got to be a part of all the craziness, stress, and beauty of the entire show and loved every minute of it. I was finally in my element. Oh, and I got the opportunity to meet great local fashion icons like Dallas Shaw and Jimmy Contreras!

Learn more here: http://jastylewars.com/eventhistory.php

According to GQ, you can always judge a man by his shoes. For example, if he is wearing a savvy suit paired with cheap, scuffed-up dress shoes. Forget it.  If you do not know that is a complete don’t in the fashion world. The more that I think about it I have to agree with this statement 100 percent. Looking back there has been very few times where I couldn’t judge or gather information from a man’s pair of shoes. Speaking of, I am writing this post in Temple University’s on-campus coffee shop where I just spotted a college student in line wearing a pair of navy converse that look extra crisp and clean. This could either say he has quite a shoe collection like Carrie Bradshaw, or he just bought a brand new pair of shoes. A couple people behind him stands a middle age man. He is wearing a sport jacket very well with slacks, and sleek boat shoes. This could say he is a professor on campus who seems to be a pretty laid back guy (with a good sense of style, of course). Anyway, the bottom line is GQ has a great point. You can always judge a man by his shoes. 


Read more here: http://www.collegefashionista.com/school/view/temple_university/accessories_report_sleek_and_sophisticated1