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April 21st, 2015 | By | 19 Comments

Festival Style | Stagecoach Outfit Guide SWELL Photo Assistant 's Picks to Get Styled-Out for the "Mane" Stage

Festival season is still upon us and although Coachella has gone and past we still have a summer full of great music and even better style! Stagecoach may not be as well known for its fashion—but trust me when I say there’s still a “festival look” befitting this awesome country music filled weekend.  Our photo assistant MacKenzie is sharing her 3 must have looks to guide you through this festival season:

Headliner: Tim McGraw: “Someday you’ll be looking back on your life at the memories; this is going to be one of those nights.”

Day 1: My first outfit is an all American girl look. I wanted to stay sweet and southern, while still being boho-chic. A romper is the perfect festival outfit when you are dancing the night away front row to your favorite song. My 3 must haves include flirty florals, statement sunglasses, and of course a pair of good ol’ cowgirl boots.

Celebrity fashion inspiration: Maddie & Tae and Kacey Musgrave’s.

Stagecoach_1_1             Get the Look: SWELL Romper, Statement Necklace and Killer Sunnies.

Headliner: Miranda Lambert

 “Mama’s broken heart.” (more…)

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August 22nd, 2011 | By | 2,666 Comments

New Brand Alert: BCBGeneration

New at SWELL: BCBGeneration! A collection of flirty shift dresses, asymmetrical lines and flowy sihouettes.

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New to SWELL, BCBGeneration is a fashion brand made for, and by, our generation. Youthful, flirty and fun, the line takes a casual approach to BCBG’s “bon chic, bon genre” (“good style, good attitude”) name. (more…)

August 15th, 2011 | By | 6,827 Comments

Trend Alert: Knotty by Neutral

Top Trend for Fall 2011: Neurals!
It’s a look that’s tied to the tans, but cuts loose from the standard with unexpected trims and daring silhouettes. Heather grey and not-so-basic black add a dramatic contrast to the classic palette, while tonal prints set the look apart.
Shop the Trend Here

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