KEEPING IT SIMPLE
6 JUNE 2 0 1 8
BY MARIE TORIO
his month, Astorians were keeping their style refreshingly
simple. I spotted these stylish western Queens residents
and visitors while they were enjoying a coffee break, running
errands on their day off, enjoying a Friday evening
with a friend or catching brunch with family.
Several of my favorite looks this month were monochrome
or used classic light and dark color contrasts. Even those
wearing prints kept their style minimal: one woman wore a dress
with an all-over print but paired it with nude-colored accessories,
while another had two prints on one shirt — but they were both
black and white. Plus, the jewelry this month — on both women and
men — added personality to the looks. Keep styling, Astoria!
Cait, a graphic
designer who was
defines her style
at the same time.
Love how her blue
nails added a pop
complex), an Astoria actress,
was enjoying a walk around
the neighborhood. She
mentioned she keeps an
open mind when it
comes to her outfits:
“If I like it I wear it,”
with nude flats
and a nude bag
for a chic look,
a beautiful day
out and about.
who works as
a senior data
analyst for the
U.N., said his
style is “trendy
and hip.” His
were hip but
a day of running
Yusuf (@joseph.elshazly) works in marketing and was
enjoying his day off visiting Astoria to have brunch.
His style is “business casual,” he said. His jeans came
together nicely with a button-down shirt that was just
slightly a different color, but with an understated print,
and his black boots brought the look together. I also
appreciate when men can rock interesting jewelry
pieces — check out this closer look at his ring.