{Foxcroft Style Challenge Part Two} Who wore it best?


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Our Foxcroft Style Challenge from last month was so popular…we did it again! This time, we sent five FOF Style Gurus a Foxcroft Grosgrain Ribbon Tunic. Each guru styled the shirt in her own, unique way. Now, tell us: who wore it best?

When you vote for who wore it best AND leave a comment HERE telling us your favorite item from Foxcroft’s new arrivals, you’ll automatically be entered to win the stunning Foxcroft shirt featured in this challenge!

P.S. Meet last month’s Foxcroft Style Challenge Winner, Lovey Dash.

And for an extra chance to win: “Like” Foxcroft on Facebook and “Follow” the brand on Pinterest.

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Zipporah Sandler
Florida-based lifestyle specialist behind the brilliant blog, Champagne Living.

What did you think of the shirt?
The fit was extremely generous, it covered my sins (tummy and thighs), was long enough to wear with leggings, and easy to use to create so many different looks.

Tell us about how you styled your shirt. What other pieces did you pair with it?
I simply tossed it over a short black skirt, added a wide scarf around the waist that I cinched with a belt and added a black men’s style vest, and a pair of black wedges.

What made you choose to style it this way?
I’m a scarf girl. You rarely see me walk out of the house without something draped around my neck or shoulders. Given the length of this shirt, I thought it was perfect for a cumberbun, and simply tied one of my many large scarves around the waist to give it a casual, fun feel. I was going for a marriage of 80s Diane Keaton with today’s accessories.

Where could you envision wearing an outfit like this?
I’d wear this everyday!

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Sherrie Mathieson
Phoenix-based leading style expert and Random House author of Steal this Style and Forever Cool.

What did you think of the shirt?
It fit very well, and I like white shirts as staples.

Tell us about how you styled your shirt.
I took color directive from the shirt’s brown ribbon and went for a soft neutral palette–brown, camel and pale gray. I paired it with items that I felt would add textural interest–a chunky, tortoise Hermes necklace, a Brunello Cucinelli sheer elephant grey shawl and a Chanel cuff with a gray and brown swirl pattern. The silk and wool Prada ankle-length slacks in camel were in good proportion with the long shirt. The Chanel wood platform shoes have a gray, brown and tan leather band which is harmonious with the Chanel dark brown, soft, leather shoulder bag. The Oliver People’s aviator glasses give a sportier stamp to the outfit –and I think help neutralize any ladylike outfit (something I believe can be aging).

Where could you envision wearing an outfit like this?
To any activity or event where I want a somewhat dressy casual look. This could apply to working with a client, luncheons, and so on.

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Phyllis Lampkin
Philadelphia-based fashion and image consultant, model, and television show host. She is also the creator of the website Forever Young & Fresh.

What did you think of the shirt?
It was absolutely lovely, a little snug in the chest, but lovely!

Tell us about how you styled your shirt. What other pieces did you pair with it?
I always wear scarves. They’re one of my favorite accessories. The scarf I am wearing here is not a brand label–just a wonderful piece my best friend Delores gave to me.

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Kara Allan
Virginia-based style and image consultant.

What did you think of the shirt?
It fit pretty well, and white is standard.

Tell us about how you styled your shirt. What other pieces did you pair with it?
Jeans and heels.

What made you choose to style it this way?
I don’t wear button-down shirts with suits–just jeans.

Where could you envision wearing an outfit like this?
To the movies, shopping, low-key activities.

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Bonnie Morrison
South Carolina-based fashion enthusiast

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Don’t forget to enter to win the stunning Foxcroft shirt featured in this challenge by voting and leaving a comment HERE telling us your favorite item from Foxcroft’s new arrivals. One vote per person.

For an extra chance to win: “Like” Foxcroft on Facebook and “Follow” the brand on Pinterest.

Liked this challenge? Stay tuned for a new Foxcroft Style Challenge every month. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month take 20% any pink shirt. Can’t be combined with another offer. Shop now.

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One FOF will win. (See all our past winners, here.) (See official rules, here.) Contest closes October 11, 2012 at midnight E.S.T. Winners will be announced October 18, 2012.

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7 Responses to “{Foxcroft Style Challenge Part Two} Who wore it best?”

  1. gailyn shepherd says:

    Bonnie!

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  2. AlvaFay@msn.com says:

    Bonnie, closely followed by Phyllis.

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  3. mandradany says:

    I love the Contrast Fringe Cardigan in black, it would be the essential wear for fall, winter and spring. What lovey contrast and texture not to mention fashion accent to one’s wardrobe…comes with great taste!

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  4. Berti says:

    I love the Everyday Boot-Cut Pant because I can never have enough pairs of straight black pants that go with everything. I also like that they can be machine washed and don’t have to be dry cleaned.

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  5. joyce says:

    i like the contrast fringe cardigan.It looks fun and comfortable.

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  6. cathylwood says:

    Oh, I LOVE the Contrast Fringe Cardigan — perfect for tailgating weekends and fall evening strolls. And black, of course, is my go-to color — will look great with this fall’s colored jeans.

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    • Ahmad says:

      I have been sewing hats like crazy this week for our team to wear in the Buddy Walk this weneked {our team name is Mari’s MAD HATTERS} and I have tried a few bags and simple blankets and need to get going on some more of those soon. But what I *really* need to get started on are the matching PJ pants for the family for Christmas. 🙂

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