How to dress a'la A Ross
"When people talk about beautiful or style, they want to know what I'm wearing or how I put that together - I think that comes down to a certain inner confidence or allure. Alluring women are people who have something that people want to buy or be a part of, but they can't figure out what it is" asserts our favorite Upper East Side bohemian. "And what is that? It's a kind of state of mind and a sense of well-being. How you put yourself together is just a part of it." But what parts of Amanda's closet make all her looks appear like they magically paired themselves together with a naturally exotic touch?
Straight from the horse's mouth we heard that cashmere, white shirts and Amanda dresses from her clothing line are the items that literally crowd her closet's foundations. She is also a woman of prints - the sort of woman we at La DoubleJ sing praises to - with a penchant for brocade and leopard, which results in a feral closet more crammed that certain African savannahs. Among her firey prints dwelling in her closet are an APC coat, a Valentino cropped leopard sweater, a leopard Valentino handbag, a leopard fur vest and the 'Amanda' dress in leopard, her latest collaboration with Soler. Amanda wouldn't be the sharp-dressed bohemian queen that she is if there weren't several kaftans blowing around in her dressing room. She likes to wear her kaftan paired down and simple "just like Lee Radzwill in a 1976 Vogue issue" where the woman is portrayed in her Manhattan library wearing a cross around her neck.
With a woman possessing this much style, it’s only natural that she has the best address book and access to the chicest of chic in the Upper East Side. What follows are her direct routes to oozing class and hanging out in New York’s smartest venues
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