Threads meets blogger >> Threads throws event >> blogger meets photographer >> **pixie dust* >> Threads community is born
Not everyday you get to pick three bloggers’ brains while exploring Melrose!
“Ohh this is a tricky one! There are tons of brands I love and admire but haven’t bought a single piece of clothing because that’s a few weeks salary. However at the moment I can’t get enough of Australian brands. BNKR recently sent me some items and they sell all the cool contemporary brands that I wish could fill my closet like C/MEO and thefifthlabel. A girl needs those staple pieces in her wardrobe.” –@KristinaWilde (stylebywilde.com)
what style advice would you lend to young adults who maybe seek it?
Three bloggers draped in minimalist and bohochic looks celebrate the beta app’s current collections//
Off the cusp describe your style:
“Minimal, eating-breakfast-in-bed-casual, mostly white, grey, nude, black in my closet, but I don’t mind super bright gym clothes and shoes. I love having good quality basics and also love delicate accessories (mostly rings and bracelets).” –Remi, blogger
[the app has shop-able and searchable collections within it]
so we asked…
which collections cater to your style?
>>bralettes seeded for this shoot were handmade and magnificent! by CantiqLA
Mariel is a fabulous example of a multi-faceted creative, and the type of gal we are stoked to have involved with Threads! Beyond blogging, Mariel has a background in social media and e-commerce, not to mention she is a dancer, a poet, and holds a second degree black-belt in Tae Kwon Do. Go Girl!
Mariel won her choice of one of these five Minkpink pieces!
Congratulations to Valerie! Valerie hit a posting record for any single creator within a week span! Check out her blog to learn more about her. Beyond fashion, Valerie enjoys photography and makes her own clothes! Go girl! She wins the above 14k gold plated ring from AlexisJewelryLA.
When you meet Alexandra Scholtz, it is clear that she is in her element. That big, confident smile of hers reflects the creativity and healthy challenges she encounters as her life intersects with her work. Alexandra recently moved to L.A. from upstate New York and opened up Wild Flora, a floral design and gift shop in Studio City with her brother, a landscape architect. Alexandra curates the shop and designs floral arrangements for weddings, store front displays, individual bouquets, and more.
Alexandra grew up immersed in the business of flowers. Her mother owned a flower shop in New York so she had an affinity for floral arrangements at a young age. Initially reluctant to open her own store at such a young age, she went for it and so far has been grateful for taking the initiative. When she and her brother were looking for locations, the store front of what is now Wild Flora spoke to them both. If it wasn’t the Ivy that surrounded the large storefront window that sold them, it was the fact that the first three numbers in the address of the shop contained the address of their mother’s floral shop!
Wild Flora curates beautiful jewelry by local designers as well as scarves, accessories, children’s toys and home products. Alexandra’s store has a very home grown yet sophisticated feel; it has a boho meets minimal aesthetic vibe to it. Wild Flora is evidently a product of her good taste!
You might already know that Threads, our developing fashion app, offers something rather unique.
Not only is it’s content organized by a bevy of stellar stylists and bAbe-rham Lincoln bloggers, but it is searchable by theme. A.K.A. stop stressing over that perfect #bohochic look for tonight and simply punch it into the app.
Since we’re still technically pre-launch, we’ll lend you the mesmeric Fiona and her killer style for outfit inspo.
*Particularly perfect for our themes: boho chic & back to basics*
Make way. Fiona in Burning Torch’s “Sunkist Dress” (in steel)
We met Fiona at a codesign for Threads during the app’s development with her also super stylish friend, Talia. Immediately, with Fiona’s innate fashion sense, personal hustle, and the professional moves she was making, we knew she was a Threads-girl. Check out her blossoming blog here and you’re welcome in advance for her threads here (well…until the app is out!).