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video: fall/winter 2017 lookbook

by Krystal Bick
December 26, 2017

Welcome back from the long weekend! I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas (or whatever you happen to celebrate), spent with friends and loved ones. Mine was spent here in Western Australia with my guy’s family — in the midst of summer, no less! We ate dinner alfresco, opening presents and laughing over BonBons (a new-to-me Australian Christmas tradition), while the warm ocean air breezed through. After the past few months of 2017, which have been hectic to say the least, this has been the perfect respite vacation, with lots of time to do very little actually other than think (an act I often take for granted, when this line of works requires a lot of GO, GO, GO).

In fact, it’s gotten me thinking and reflecting a lot about this past year, what I’ve enjoyed, what seemed to work, what didn’t and where I’d like 2018 to take me. Of course, I’d love to hear your thoughts on all of the above, especially as we close out 2017 here in just a few short days. As usual, I’ll have my top 17 of 2017 coming later this week — followed by my thoughts on the year ahead — goals, dreams, ambitions and more!

In the meantime, since we’re just easing into the post-holiday mentality, I wanted to share another video, this one being a much anticipated short from earlier this fall — my fall/winter 2017 trend lookbook. I’ve rounded up my four favorite trends (all translate quite nicely into winter) and styled them around Central Park. I hope you enjoy and as always, I would so appreciate it if you would consider subscribing to my YouTube channel here. New videos are posted every Friday, many times before they ever make it to the blog!

As always, thank YOU for reading!

Video by Eythan Maidhof

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