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  • Writer's pictureSarah Mariana

Café au Lait Fashion: A New Orleans-Inspired Lookbook

Updated: Aug 6, 2023

Steeped in the rich traditions and mystical allure of New Orleans, our latest fashion lookbook, "Café au Lait," seeks to transport readers to the heart of the Voodoo city. Here, fashion isn't just about clothes; it's a story, a history, and a canvas that captures the spirit of a place. Let's dive into the details of this lookbook, curated meticulously with pieces that evoke the ambiance of the Crescent City.



The Ensemble:

  • White Button-Down Top: This pristine piece, sourced from MIA Boutique, is reminiscent of the blank canvas that New Orleans represents. It's the base upon which layers of culture, music, and magic are built.

  • White Denim: Courtesy of Armoire Boutique, this white denim encapsulates the city's timeless elegance. It's chic, versatile, and perfect for strolling through the French Quarter or attending a jazz brunch.

  • Neutral Boots: A pair from MIA Boutique, these boots symbolize the grounded spirit of New Orleans. Neutral yet statement-making, they are the ideal companion for your city adventures.

  • Geometric Earrings: These intricately designed pieces from Eveille Jewelry are not just accessories. They are reflections of the city's architectural marvels and the geometric patterns that you'd find in the ironwork of historic New Orleans homes.


Spotlight on Local Art: No tribute to New Orleans would be complete without acknowledging its vibrant art scene. We're privileged to feature Terrence Osborne Art in our lookbook. His work, often associated with the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, captures the essence, colors, and vibrancy of the city.


Acknowledgments: A heartfelt appreciation goes out to The Sebastian Family, especially Kristina Sebastian, for allowing us to experience and capture the essence of New Orleans in their beautiful, museum-like residence. Their home, steeped in history and art, provided the perfect backdrop for our "Café au Lait" lookbook.




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