Easing into Fall

Shirt: Lobo Mau | Shorts: Uni for Me | Shoes: UNIF | Sunglasses: Lanvin via DITTO

I’m torn. To be sad that summer is coming to an end or embrace the soon to come layerable (that’s definitely not a word) outfits in my near future. I’ll take the in between road. Drop crotch shorts have been a favorite style of mine for a while. They offer a bit more leg coverage than my normal above-the-knee styles. The black and white color palette makes this look feel cooler. I added large Lanvin sunglasses via my DITTO subscription and vintage spiked loafers for an edgy element. Are you sad summer is ending or urging for more layered looks? Use code “IANCRUMM” for your first month free with DITTO.

Photography: Briana Louise

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The Shopping Block w/ REFINERY29

Ready to shop? I’ve teamed up with Refinery29 to host The Shopping Block happening this Saturday (Sept. 20th) at Simon’s King of Prussia Mall in Philadelphia! (RSVP HERE!) The event is from 12-5 p.m. in the Nordstrom Court. An array of fantastic designers and merchants will be there including Analog Watch Co and Rikumo. It’s basically an excuse to hang out, buy new clothes/accessories and take pictures with Refinery29. Score! Also on site will be DIY and beauty/grooming stations. Oh speaking of DIY – What do you think of the pink shirt? When I signed on to host this shopping extravaganza I immediately thought, “Wait, what will I wear?” The event focuses on local designers and retailers so I decided Lobo Mau was the perfect fit to create a look. Nicole Haddad’s – designer in chief over at Lobo Mau – new print in collaboration with Tim Eads is a bit DIY. Sort of a mix between finger paint and an exploded kaleidoscope. Only. Way. BETTER. See this shirt, ME, the awesome participating brands and a bunch of other Refinery29 fantastic surprises on Saturday! RSVP here and look out for everything #foundatsimon because someone is walking away with a $1,500 shopping spreeeeeeeee

But first, let us see the selfies…

Sunnies: c/o Woodzee | Watch: JEANRICHARD | Jeans: Simon Spurr | Shoes: Steve Madden

Thank you to Alison Conklin for the amazing photos. I love love love them.

Photography: Alison Conklin

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Going Graphic

Tee: Lobo Mau | Pants: Zara | Shoes: Aston Grey | Bag: Hayden Harnett | Sunnies: Porsche

After the P’s & Q’s Dip-n-Dye last weekend, Chris and I went to Old City to visit some friends, eat and obviously take some pictures. We were sitting in this side park when that cute little pup came by with her mom and jumped up on the bench. Her mom said she’s 15 years old, but she doesn’t look a day over 10! lol. I wore this custom black and white Lobo Mau tee. It’s one of my favorite garments. I just bought these slim blue pants last week. They are soooooo comfortable.

What did you wear out last weekend?

Photography: Christopher Fascenelli

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Neon Pink

Polo: c/o/ Lobo Mau | Pants: Simon Spurr | Shoes: Cole Haan | Sunnies: H&M

I’m so happy lately! (thanks extra sunny weather). I wear color year round, but especially quite recently I’ve incorporated more. This graphic neon pink shirt is custom from Lobo Mau and I complimented it with a pair of equally as neon pink socks. The green storage unit was fun to pose in front of and oh too tempting to climb on. Are you wearing neon colors this season?

Photography: Lauren Sauder

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Black & White.

Shirt: English Laundry | Sweater: c/o Lobo Mau | Pants: Hugo Boss | Shoes: Cole Haan

This black & white sweater by Lobo Mau is timeless. I love how simple yet striking the two-tone palette is contrasted with the green shoes. Right now the sweater is perfect for layering in the cold weather. In the spring it will be a great piece to wear with shorts and loafers for a casual night out.

Photography: Kris McElligott

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