Pearl Fashion Picks – Fall 2016

Scarlet Chamberlin regularly works with local boutiques to come up with the right look for her clients. Here’s what she loves about four Pearl fashion go-tos.

echo_beauty_productsEcho Natural Beauty 
909 NW Everett Street

“Echo is a place where any gal can find a gift for herself or a girlfriend. The thing I recommend most often there is called the Narcissist Stick by W3ll People. It’s a natural-looking foundation that blends right in and is easy to use on the go. No one has time for anything complicated, especially makeup. It’s got to be 10 minutes or less for my clients.”

Halo Shoes
938 NW Everett Street

“My clients are picky about shoes because they require comfort and durability. I get it, but I used to abandon one or both for the sake of fashion. Not anymore! Last fall I had like four physical therapists preach to me about foot health, and that’s made me question everything. I’ve let go of most of my heels. The only fashionable shoes I can walk, run, and stand in all day are by Officine Creative, sold at Halo. They’re made completely by hand in Italy.”

Sabina's JacketSabina’s Style
921 NW Everett Street

“Sabina sources colorful frocks by European and American designers in figure-flattering silhouettes with interesting details. Recently a client’s friend was in town, and she’d forgotten to pack a jacket. I looked her up online and immediately knew to send her to Sabina’s Style for the perfect olive-green leather jacket. I called ahead and asked her to hold it in her size. The woman said ‘Oh my god. Perfect. What are you? Magic?’”

1022 NW Lovejoy Street

“This jewelry store flies under the radar. They carry some high-fashion jewelry and are esteemed jewelers themselves, offering a house line. They even take custom orders. They’re a one-stop shop of sorts. Find an amazing necklace while on vacation from a trusted brand, try your first piece of fine jewelry at an affordable price, or bring Grandma’s gaudy topaz ring to be redesigned as something you’ll actually wear.”

Read more about stylist Scarlet Chamberlin in our feature article.