Carolina Style Magazine

Fashion’s Summer Vacation : The Stylist Edition

Stacee Michelle – Fashion Stylist | Editor | Insider, Stacee Michelle

487673_10151721338703222_1576186879_n4This Charlotte-based fashion stylist specializes in editorial, commercial, runway, television and personal wardrobe customization for men and women of all ages.

As the Style Editor for Today’s Charlotte Woman Magazine, Stacee inspires readers each month with beautiful fashion editorials, positioning herself as one of Charlotte’s fashion industry insiders.

Carolina STYLE: What do you love most about summer?
Stacee: The emergence of bright colors is what I love about the season! When the temperature rises, so should the hues!  Summertime is all about wearing vibrant colors and bold prints. Whether you’re sitting poolside in a Trina Turk graphic print swimsuit or headed to a rooftop party in a coral maxi, it’s always great to embrace vivid colors during the summer months. The key – look hot in your outfit, but cool in your shades!

STYLE: Where are you headed this summer?
Stacee:The first trip I am taking this summer is to Miami, FL! I can’t wait to kick my feet up, relax, eat good food, and enjoy great company. Adding to the fun, I am also going to the Beyonce and Jay Z concert! I have yet to finalized my outfit, but the look will certainly be a compliment to the sexy, sun-coated streets of South Beach.

STYLE: What is your summer style philosophy?
Stacee: Easy Breezy. The summer months should be the easiest season to dress. When shopping, opt for apparel items that are easy to create multiple outfits, or looks that are great on their own like a dress, romper, or jumpsuit. Printed palazzo pants and joggers are also an easy silhouette for bottoms that work great with solid crop tops. Enhance your look with accessories to add personality! Think “Easy Breezy” you will have one less thing to stress about this summer.

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