#getnoticed: Connecticut's Most Stylish
The best style flows from the boutique to the street. You've seen them, people who turn heads, who cook up their own style. CTNow has stopped them while we're out and about on the Connecticut streets and asked them, how do you do it? Know someone who should #getnoticed? Tweet us @gotoctnow with that hashtag and we just might find them for a photo.
Image 1 of 41
Crystal Little, On The Oscar Red Carpet
AIDS Connecticut's Oscar night party, this year at Spotlight Theater on Front Street, is one of the most glamorous nights in Hartford. In a room full of on-point formal attire, Crystal Little of East Hartford caught our eye with her floor-length sequin gown. As it turns out, Crystal is a pro when it comes to dressing for the occasion; she snagged the "best dressed" title at last year's event. Crystal, who is studying business administration at Post University, also sells vintage clothing.
CTNow: What do you hope to do with your degree when you graduate?
Crystal: I want to start a kids' boutique ... I also have an associates degree in fashion merchandising.
CTNow: Where did you find this gorgeous gown?
Crystal: Poshmark! I also sell online at Poshmark: It's almost like an eBay [for clothes] but without bidding.
CTNow: What inspired your style tonight?
Crystal: My style inspiration was Tameron Hall from NBC... This is my sixth time here. I won best dressed last year. I know everyone's into sequins and I saw this dress online and I was like, wow, I need to get this dress... If I don't win best dressed this year, that's fine. But I got tons of compliments. Fabulous people every single year. It's very diverse and I love it.