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Seven Sisters Style

Elite and prestigious, the Seven Sisters Style is synonymous with a collective sheen of exclusivity, intelligence, and a way of dressing that would become a marker of national pride and status all over the world. From jeans and baggy shirts, bermuda shorts to blazers, soft Shetland sweaters to saddle shoes, not to mention sleek suiting, pearls, elegant suitcases and kidskin gloves for weekend trips to neighboring Ivies and crinolines, kitten heels and cashmere for parties and dances, the women of the Seven Sisters perfected a flair that spoke to a splendidly aspirational lifestyle, filled with travel and excitement.  Recently, it is the fashion world that has reinterpreted classic Seven Sisters style, channeling inspiration from both their campus and weekend attire. There has been experimentation, embellishment and innovation with the look, too, with Dior’s grown-up Seven Sisters girls in tailored blazers, wrap skirts, short socks and heels, to Balenciaga’s play on juxtaposing the argyle sweater,
collared blouse and sharp tailored blazer and even Band of Outsider’s layering of silk pajama tartans with oversized coats and collegiate wool hats and scarves.

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