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Resort To Style: Relaxed And Vibrant Style For Jet-Setters

Trade in less-than-ideal-weather for a chic and sunny setting. Lovely primaries contrast with a gorgeous story of black and white perfection. Pack your bags, eclectics; here’s a taste of impeccable style for jet-setters.

 

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Fashion Director / Photographer: Tania Quintanilla
Wardrobe: Robert Mitchell
Hair: Robert L Grimes
Makeup: Kelsey James
Model: Breanna Young from Campbell Agency

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Dress by Alexander McQueen ($4,395; Neiman Marcus). White handbag by Prada ($3,700; Saks Fifth Avenue).

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Striped crop sweater by Milly ($260; Julian Gold). Black shorts by Stella McCartney ($1,495; Neiman Marcus). Earrings by Aqua Howlite ($195; Valentine’s Too).

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Dress by Stella McCartney ($1,355; Neiman Marcus). Wedges by Marni ($830; By George). Sunglasses by Tom Ford ($425; Neiman Marcus).

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Black tunic dress by Celine ($1,700; By George). Trainers by Jimmy Choo ($625; Neiman Marcus).

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Color block dress by Roland Mouret ($1,940; By George).

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Ivory silk blouse by Theory ($285; Saks Fifth Avenue). Silk printed crop pants by Stella McCartney ($865; Neiman Marcus). Black patent sandal by Prada ($490; Saks Fifth Avenue). Sunglasses by Chloe ($426; Neiman Marcus).

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Hummingbird navy sweater by Stella McCartney ($845; Neiman Marcus). Crop trouser by Etro ($715; Neiman Marcus). Teal and navy sandals by Chloe ($495; By George).

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Tank by Akris Punto ($440; Saks Fifth Avenue). Shorts by Raoul ($240; Julian Gold). Sunglasses by Tom Ford ($425; Neiman Marcus).

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Color block ribbed sweater by Jonathan Simkhai ($395; By George). Hat by Eric Javits ($125; Saks Fifth Avenue).

 

This Fashion story was originally published in the 2015 Travel Issue of VETTA Magazine.

Tania Quintanilla
tania@tqphoto.com

Tania was born in Monterrey, Mexico, and was raised in San Antonio, where she began her photography career shooting for her high school newspaper. After graduating at the top of her class from the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, Tania moved to Miami, where she honed her skills shooting editorial fashion and advertising. Now living in Austin since 2005, Tania takes great inspiration from the eclectic scene in the heart of Texas, given her wide-ranging interests from creative mixed-media work to illustration and design. Tania succeeds in crafting powerful and effective photographs by paying equally close attention to both the aesthetic beauty and technical quality of each image.