Pearl Merchant


T-shirt: Wilfred via Aritzia
Pants: American Apparel (buy a cheaper version here)
Boots: Jeffrey Campbell Coltranes

Considering Danielle just wrote a blog post for Urbanebloc thoroughly dissecting the pros and cons of disco butts, I thought I’d take the opportunity to share these photos of what I call my “uniform for a lazy day” – a pair of (you guessed it) disco pants and a tee. And, since Danielle and I are essentially the same person and she’s already written all about an outfit like this (find it here), I’m going to slack off a little and omit the outfit talk for today.

Instead, I’m going to talk about the glory that is Lisa Dengler. I’ve posted about her projects a few times before, but I always only showed her features of me in Just Another Fashion Magazine. Aside from being incredibly beautiful and stylish (she has a blog located here as well), Lisa is also super talented. I take a course in University where we learn how to make an interactive publication much like her fashion magazine, and let me tell you, it is some time-consuming and brain-melting stuff. The things iPad users often overlook – like slideshows, visually appealing negative spaces, legibility, font choice, etc (oops, is my nerdy graphic design childhood showing) – are the same things Lisa probably hunches over her laptop late at night perfecting. She’s done a lovely job adding me to the “Streetstyle” section for the current issue, and I can’t be more happy being a part of her work so many times! I can only hope that one day, when I’ve graduated, I’ll be just as hard-working, dedicated, and moreover as brilliant as Lisa.

Check out the streetstyle pages below, and make sure to subscribe to Just Another Fashion Magazine. Thanks, Lisa!


  1. Posted February 1, 2013 at 12:31 pm | Permalink

    The shoes are amazing!

  2. Posted February 1, 2013 at 1:05 pm | Permalink

    You rock those white disco pants so well! x

  3. Posted February 1, 2013 at 1:57 pm | Permalink

    You just look so darn…futuristic! x

  4. Posted February 1, 2013 at 8:25 pm | Permalink

    I love your coltranes!

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