Brooklynite Melissa Seley, an associate creative director of copy for Bloomingdale's, has a softly utilitarian look we truly love. Here, she's documented a full week of outfits.
June's Lucky Girl Olga Bell documents a week's worth of outfits.
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May's Lucky Girl Lisa Priolo documents a week's worth of outfits.
April's Lucky Girl Teresa Brown documents a week's worth of outfits.
March's Lucky Girl Olga Tavarez documents a week's worth of outfits.
February's Lucky Girl Audrey Dettmar documents a week's worth of outfits.
"I'm inspired by films and music," explains Kerry Beach, our latest Lucky Girl. Citing actress Chloe Sevigny as a fashion reference, Beach lets her adventures in on-stage dressing as lead singer of electronic pop band The Beach Project filter through to her off-duty style: a mix of dramatic pieces—silky shorts, rompers, and hats—and casual basics, like knit cardigans and chunky leather boots. We asked her to photograph a full week of looks.
"I'd rather have quality than quantity," explains Jennifer Sims, co-owner of New York-based creative management agency Hugo & Marie and our newest Lucky Girl.
For New York hairstylist Caroline Prince, our latest "Lucky Girl," comfort is key: "My style's pretty relaxed, and it's consistent whether I'm at work or going out." We asked her to document her sartorial choices every day for a week.