Style Inspiration: Like the Yogurt

Feb 09, 2016

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The web is awash with a seemingly infinite amount of street style darlings. All of which I pay my respects to as to get in front of the camera on a regular basis takes a strong since of self and a clear signature style. I continue to derive a majority of my style inspiration from these creatively talented and brave women.  Just as I profiled Beth of Style at a Certain Age this summer, I wanted to profile Dannon of Like the Yogurt here in today’s Style Inspiration.

As you will see from the handful of pics I have selected, her style is classic, simple and stunningly chic. Embodying the idea of quality essentials in neutral hues, she allows the clothes to be the backdrop to her natural style. Situated in Charleston, South Carolina, Dannon is an airbrush makeup artist for weddings, and clearly knows how to style an outfit. And be sure to check out her Youtube channel for beauty tutorials. I encourage you to visit her blog and discover even more fashion, home decor, DIY and travel posts that are certain to inspire. (to shop each of the outfits in today’s post, click on the specific link at the bottom of the post)

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~STYLE INSPIRATION posts from the Archives:

~Top Style Inspiration posts from 2015

~Hints of Fall

~Four-Eyes, Five-Star Style

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5 thoughts on “Style Inspiration: Like the Yogurt

  1. Beautiful woman! I will certainly check out her blog. I’ve noticed that the women whose style I admire and am inspired by, wear very simple, classic, great quality clothes – and trendy sunglasses! They will be my next purchase.

  2. I am OBSESSED with the all black ensemble with the fabulous leopard shoes. I will definitely be stealing that look just as soon as it’s not too cold for ballet flats here in NY.

  3. I wonder how that look would translate if one _doesn’t_ look like Slim Keith. It’s not even that I’m “huge” — I’m just the stocky, big-boned type (workhorse rather than show horse). Ah well… But I sure like it on her! 😉

  4. Yes being beautiful helps! I think she could wear a house smock and look brilliant! I have done the all black with the leopard shoes before and got many compliments! ( and I am not a show horse either)??

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