Style Slam Stylist Spotlight: Sydney Paige Pauline

Style Slam Stylist Spotlight: Sydney Paige Pauline

American Craft Show in Baltimore

Published on Tuesday, February 13, 2018.
Sydney Paige Pauline

Sydney Paige Pauline

Courtesy of Sydney Paige Pauline

What's your company name?
Coffee-Stained Lace

What's your favorite style tip?
Discovering what elements make you feel most confident is the key to establishing your own personal style. When you channel your power color, embrace your body and most-loved features, find a print that screams your name, and fall head-over-heels for a trend that suits you perfectly. That is when you are going to love how you look and feel every day.

How would you describe your signature style?
I always have a hard time defining my signature style, as I feel that my fashion interests are so variable day to day. That being said, I tend to gravitate toward pops of colors, textures, and trends to make my statement look, and as a whole, I prefer to be dressed up over dressed down. One can never be overdressed.

What’s your advice for selecting pieces to complement your wardrobe at the American Craft Show?
I would look for pieces that have an element that speaks to you – whether it be a bold color or a unique texture – and think of ways that it could bring a simple ensemble to life. Finding treasure pieces that differ from your typical everyday-wear will help your outfit stand apart and tell a story.

Who are your ACC show artist picks?
Denise Betesh (top earrings), Adel Chefridi (middle ring), Kay Chapman (left and right ends), Nicolette Absil (bottom middle necklace), Petra Class (bottom left ring), and Elise Moran (top middle ring).

I chose these pieces because I felt like they each uniquely fit my personal style in their own way, and I loved how each of these pieces could stand alone in an outfit ensemble and tell a story with its "pop" element. I tend to lean toward having "pop" items in my look, whether it be a pop of color, a standout print or a textured jewelry piece, and I feel like all of these could turn a simple look into a statement style.
 

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