Noticed: What You're Wearing

The best style flows from the street to the boutique. You've seen them, people who turn heads, who cook up their own style. So we've asked them, how do you do it?

 

 

 

 

Tessa Browne and Zach Fromson

12:12 PM EDT, June 19, 2014

Street Scene

Tessa Browne and Zach Fromson

Tessa Browne and Zach Fromson of Worcester, Mass., are one jet-setting couple. When CTNow spotted them in West Hartford, they had just come from the airport and this was the first time they were together in months. They promise that the matching was unintentional.

Wurst-Dressed List: East-Side Style

May 15, 2014

Noticed

Wurst-Dressed List: East-Side Style

People think of the word "lederhosen" when they think of old-fashioned German garb, but that particular fashion cliche has more to do with the alpine-hiker-meets-lonely-goatherd look.

Jenna Vollono, New Haven

March 27, 2014

Street Scene

Jenna Vollono, New Haven

Jenna Vollono, a resident of New Haven's Westville neighborhood and an East Haven native, was spotted on the corner of Whitney & Trumbull aves. on the opening day of her new business, Hive Hair Studio.

Meg Kazukynas, New Haven

5:10 PM EDT, March 20, 2014

Street Scene

Meg Kazukynas, New Haven

Meg Kazukynas, a New Havener and local business owner, caught our eye while out for an evening walk near the Peabody Museum on Whitney Avenue. We caught up with her to ask her about her skirt and her boots, which it turns out are a favorite wardrobe staple of hers.

Joanne Sciulli, New Haven

March 13, 2014

Street Scene

Joanne Sciulli, New Haven

CTNow uncovered Joanne Sciulli in New Haven's Westville Manor housing project, where she works with the nonprofit she founded, Solar Youth. At age 44, Sciulli gets questions about how she maintains her conspicuous vitality.

Adam Silverstein, West Hartford

3:46 PM EST, March 4, 2014

STREET SCENE

Adam Silverstein, West Hartford

Adam Silverstein, 32, of West Hartford, was walking out of Cafe Sophia in the West Hartford Center on a crisp Saturday in a casually-cool layered ensemble. We stopped him and asked him a little about his outfit. He recently moved here from Utah to be a producer at ESPN, and he says living in Texas and Utah has definitely shaped his style.

Xianni Santiago, Hartford

February 20, 2014

STREET SCENE

Xianni Santiago, Hartford

Xianni Santiago, 21 year-old resident of Hartford, was walking in the vicinity of Church and Main Streets when she passed through the CTNow radar. We caught up with her in front of Hartford Stage and asked her about her jacket.

Maribel Santana de Martinez, Hartford

3:52 PM EST, February 12, 2014

STREET SCENE

Maribel Santana de Martinez, Hartford

Martinez was spotted outside Hartford's Old State House sporting a custom-message T-shirt from Zazzle.com. Over it, she wore a black short jacket from Sears.

Diva Nikki Z, Hartford

10:24 AM EST, January 6, 2014

STREET SCENE

Diva Nikki Z, Hartford

Z started DJ'ing when she moved to Jamaica in 2006, but originally dabbled around with it in early 2000, just blending rhythms at WESU right here in Connecticut.

Carmen Champagne, Windsor

1:08 PM EST, January 2, 2014

STREET SCENE

Carmen Champagne, Windsor

Champagne has some online boutiques she frequents and much prefers thrift stores and local shops to malls.

Laree Salmon, Hartford

11:26 AM EST, December 19, 2013

STREET SCENE

Laree Salmon, Hartford

Salmon dresses the way she feels and for where she's going, overall the common denominator is sophisticated.

Dot Mitzvah, New Haven

2:09 PM EST, December 12, 2013

STREET SCENE

Dot Mitzvah, New Haven

As a burlesque artist, Mitzvah makes her own costumes and translates her show style into street style by incorporating vintage pieces into her wardrobe.

Ayana Nadira, Norwalk

December 5, 2013

STREET SCENE

Ayana Nadira, Norwalk

For this young professional, her locs symbolize freedom,rebellion, spirituality, being black and loving it.

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