Capital! Style

Without warning Richmond has transformed from an inescapable sweltering city into an autumnal oasis. I’m not complaining and neither are any of the stylish people in this month’s Capital! Style.

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Without warning Richmond has transformed from an inescapable sweltering city into an autumnal oasis. I’m not complaining and neither are any of the stylish people in this month’s Capital! Style. In this edition you can see how the Richmond stylish are coping with the change in temperature: alternating the length of their sleeves, pants, and skirts. Fall is the perfect time of a year for layering, and showing off your best clothes. The following individuals are off to a great start!

Slacks on him, and a light dress on her make this a great casual look.

Nothing will ever look as cool than a plain white T.

Alexa poses for a quick photograph of her flawless 70’s chic before heading out. Photograph by Alexa Assion.

Spotted on the VCU campus. Rolled up denim and loafers are a personal favorite. Photo courtesy of From the Runway to RVA.

Layering up for fall. From the Runway to RVA.

A great look for late summer evening and would go perfectly with a cardigan when temperatures start cooling.

When walking around Carytown with your friends, Slurpees make the best accessory.

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If you would like to have your picture included in the next edition of Capital! Style, please email capitalstyle@rvanews.com.

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Brian McDaniel

Brian McDaniel can be found somewhere in Richmond drinking sweet tea tea working on a Sudoku puzzle. For more Richmond fashion visit dirtyrichmond.tumblr.com.

3 comments on Capital! Style

  1. Tobias Funke on said:

    Look at those f-ing hipsters.

  2. Brian McDaniel on said:

    Tobias, if you would like to be included in the next edition of Capital! Style e-mail capitalstyle@rvanews.com to make it a little less “hipster” or whatever that means.

  3. Travis on said:

    I liked being a hipsters before it was cool to be a hipster

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