Tell me about yourself.
My design studio is Foxtrot Press & Studio. I’m on a mission to make the world a lovelier place through design.
Describe your style.
It’s funky – and a little bad ass. Think punk meets prepster.
Is there a signature part of your style?
I wear a lot of pom poms from ban.do. It’s an accessory I always feel comfortable wearing. They can be a little intimidating for some, but I recommend grouping them and wearing more than one. It seems to dress them up a little bit. Also, if you’re not feeling like you want too much attention, go with a monochromatic look. Try a black cardigan with a black pom.
How does your design work inspire your look?
When I’m working with various patterns for my stationery line, I find myself always gravitating toward similar patterns in my wardrobe. I’ll start to use a lot of stripes in my work, and will find myself wearing stripes. But it works both ways. I can be really inspired to work with polka dots right after I happen to wear a polka dot shirt.
How does living and working in Providence inspire you?
I love the hustle and bustle of the city. I find inspiration easily – just by walking around downtown. There is so much creativity here and it makes me feel more confident to wear things that may be considered kooky or crazy. With a city this artistic, it naturally brings out the individuality in me.
What is one thing you wear that instantly makes me you feel more confident?
This green and blue skirt!
Jane and Jen run the local fashion blog IamtheEverydayGirl.com