Rocker-Chic Style Guide: Get Kristin Cavallari’s Edge-Driven Look
STYLE + SHOPPING
~ BY GUEST CONTRIBUTOR NACOLE GRAY
This week we introduce a new style series courtesy of Enlightened.org Style Expert, Nacole Gray as she dishes on the latest trends, styling tips, and shares how-to-wear guides of the moment. If you’ve never heard of them, Enlightened is the coolest new way to shop online. Every purchase you make earns you money in your Enlightened bank which you can then give back to the causes nearest to your heart.
In a nutshell:
Shop with Enlightened = make a difference.
Shop somewhere else = make no difference.
It’s a no brainer!
With that said, are you ready to start shopping on Enlightened.org? This week we break down Kristin Cavallari’s street style. Forget the sweats and flip flops for running errands. She makes everyday style look effortless. We recreate her head-to-toe look with five key items. Go big and get it all or just nab an item or two to add to your current wardrobe. And, don’t forget, when you buy any of these items you are earning for a cause dear to you.
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Aviators are a classic option and a must for your collection of sunglasses.
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This leather jacket is an ultra-cool alternative to a cardigan.
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With so many fits and cuts to choose from, why not stock up on this wardrobe staple? Here’s our fave tee.
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This pair of skinny denim will become a daily favorite.
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Kick up your shoe selection with this pair of flats in a vibrant hue.
Voilà! Who needs a stylist when you have us?
Remember, whatever you decide to buy with Enlightened.org, you are making a difference.
Here’s an Impact Project™ to keep in mind as you earn!
Philanthropy: Akilah Institute for Women
Impact Project ™: $35 provides lunch for one student for one month
Akilah empowers young women in East Africa to transform their lives by equipping them with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to find meaningful employment and launch ventures in the fastest growing sectors of the economy.
- Nacole Gray