In Jag Lever, Outfits

Stand for something.

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I was so excited to style a pair of new Dr. Martens, as I have always been a fan of their classic boots. This pair is the one-eyed Siano shoe. I love that it’s more like an oxford. It’s classic and works perfect with tights and a dress or cuffed denim.

The campaign is all about standing for something so I’ve decided to incorporate something more personal into this post.

I chose to shoot this look near graffiti because it reminded me of my art class in high-school. Myself and one of my best friends who was super into graffiti art would always make stencils and use them in our paintings. Of course graffiti is highly frowned upon in schools (especially high schools in the midwest) but this class was extremely special because the teacher understood its relevance to the art world… and that it stood for something. Graffiti artists are sending a message too.

I believe that art is the perfect way to stand for something. You can tell a story or represent a message however you’d like, and its yours. People can take it or leave it.

I’ve been wearing Dr. Martens since I was a child and they’ve been a brand that always stood for something and I love that they’ve made it their message.

Love,

R.

xx

redantler

In this look… Siano one-eyed shoes c/o Dr. Martens, vintage plaid dress and old hat.

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Jag Lever

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18 Comments

  1. Enn Franco
    6 years ago

    Those boots are to die for! Lovely outfit!

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  2. Sheila Joy
    6 years ago

    simply stunning!

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  3. Helen Grace
    6 years ago

    I’ve always loved Dr. Martens, and I really love the style of the pair that you’re wearing. I love that they have a more “girly” feel. I also have to say that these photos are truly beautiful! I love that they help tell a little bit about you.

    -Helen

    http://www.sweethelengrace.com

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  4. Cindy | pee into the wind
    6 years ago

    I never saw the appeal of plaid dresses until now. You definitely make it work!

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  5. fallocalleja
    6 years ago

    the Graffiti it is beautiful when it is artistic, in my opinion rachel 🙂

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  6. Celia Meylán
    6 years ago

    So in love with your plaid dress

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  7. Trendy handbags
    6 years ago

    Gorgeous look, love it.
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  8. allie's fashion alley
    6 years ago

    Plaid and velvet are two of my favorite things so I NEED this dress! Found your blog on Teen Vogue, congrats! xoxo
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  9. Chloe
    6 years ago

    lovely outfit! i really love your style and your blog <3

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  10. Snapshot Fashion
    6 years ago

    love that dress! so pretty!

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  11. lauren
    6 years ago

    I love the post, Both the outfit and the story. I love graffiti, sound like you had a great teacher
    Lauren
    livinginaboxx

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  12. Kier O.
    6 years ago

    Very inspiring post especially for outfit lovers.. you are such an art having something to represent.. Btw, your Dr. M are such a steal!

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  13. Trendy handbags
    6 years ago

    Amazing look, love it.
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  14. Denis Alex Simanski
    5 years ago

    I like that those hats are big part of your looks most of the time, and this one is not exeption.
    About shoes: shoes are interesting, because it’s like an oxford, which are trend now, but in the same time not exactly oxford – something different, not typical.

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  15. Chunyan Liang
    5 years ago

    I love love love your style! You’ve been doing such a great job!

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  16. Eea Petrescu
    5 years ago

    Simply amazing. Love the dress.

    Eea P
    http://www.eeapetrescu.com

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    5 years ago

    We really like your style and we are sure some of our hosiery would go amazing with your future posts.

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