#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.
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Evan Laux, Evergreen Walk
We caught Evan Laux walking through South Windsor's Evergreen Walk on his break. The 23 year old from Suffield made his neutral outfit stand out by showing off his socks. We just needed to know more.
Q: Tell me about the outfit you're wearing today
A: I work at Anthropologie in the back, so it's more about comfort but they might pull me onto the floor so it also has to look stylish. I like to do multi-tonal grays and different shades and textures of grey.
Q: What do you mean by texture?
A: I like to mix hard and soft fabrics like linen and jersey with a scarf that's thick and chunky. This shirt has the knit texture but simple and comfortable.
Q: How are you changing it up for fall?
A: Comfortable scarves and socks. Socks become a feature of the outfit when you roll your pants up so I have a lot of fun socks. It's mostly that I like the looks of it. It's also for comfort because it's a bit cold and it also keeps my pants out of the way.
Q: What would be your advice to readers?
A: Finding a feature about something and making it the main point like I did with the socks. It could be a fun scarf, just finding that one thing you love and show it off. I like to get affordable basics and dress them up a little bit.