Kaylen Ralph

25, co-founder of the Riveter magazine and Bird Dog Creative


Spotted at: Kit and Ace opening at Mall of America.

What are you wearing? Cynthia Rowley poncho from TJ Maxx, coated jeans from Madewell, Baggu clutch, hat and boots from Target.

Describe your style: I dress to be comfortable and confident while accommodating a creative entrepreneurial lifestyle.

Have you ever passed on a style purchase and regretted it? I totally missed out on the wedge sneaker trend. I’ll be ready when it comes around again!

What is the soundtrack to your outfit? “Good for You” by Selena Gomez.


Elizabeth Huebsch

25, category manager, General Mills


Spotted at: Flight of Fashion at Muse Event Center.

What are you wearing? Red taffeta skirt, earrings and necklace by White House Black Market; Tribal brand sweater; tights from Rue 21; Clark’s shoes.

Describe your style: Eclectic. I love layering a variety of pieces together to make a look that’s unique to me.

What decade do you most relate to? Late ’50s/early ’60s. The dresses were spectacular!

If you could wear one outfit forever, what would it be? A black dress, long black sweater, tights and flats. It’s easy to dress up or dress down, depending on the occasion.

Bronte Jagodzinski

22, junior shop director at Kit and Ace


Spotted at: Kit and Ace.

What are you wearing? Kit and Ace button up, Topshop leggings, Banana Republic coat, ASOS shoes and a vintage lion necklace from Hunt & Gather.

Describe your style: Downtown with a quirk.

What material is your favorite item of clothing made of? Leather.

What is the soundtrack to your outfit? Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home” covered by the Arctic Monkeys.


Vanessa McDuffie

28, preschool teacher


Spotted at: Envision at Orchestra Hall.

What are you wearing? Top from American Apparel, skirt from Francesca’s, H&M boots, Target bag.

Describe your style: Vintage from all eras. I favor ’60s and ’70s feminine looks, but I love tomboy style from the ’80s. I also love experimenting with color.

Whose style do you admire? Solange Knowles is great at mixing eras.

What do you do with clothing you don’t wear anymore? I ask friends if they’d like to have them, or I take them to Arc’s Value Village.


Ellen Lawson is a graphic designer and photographer living in Minneapolis.