Styled By Renee: June 2020
- The Row, New Schoolboy Two-Button Blazer
- Hermes, Matte Lipstick Rose Boise 48 Mat
- Christian Dior, Laser Cut Pump
- PXG, Detail Polo
- Ralph Lauren, Black Trousers
- Louis Vuitton, limited-edition Capucine Bag
For May’s look, I shared an outfit that you can wear on the go in those light Spring showers.
Come June in Arizona, the sun is shining every day and I find myself wearing a lot of PXG Polos on and off the golf course. I love to find ways to incorporate unexpected items into an outfit – and dressing up a polo is a perfect example.
The PXG Apparel Spring/ Summer 2020 Collection includes my favorite new top, the PXG Detail Polo. The name says it all. It’s super lightweight, with subtle mesh venting on the sides and waist. The polo falls perfectly in line with PXG’s classic, monochromatic black and white palette.
To elevate this look, I added a white blazer from The Row. The notched lapel, three-quarter sleeve and slim silhouette create a polished look. I also love the gold two-button front. The bright buttons add flare to this put-together blazer.
So often, women’s business pants are uncomfortable. That is not the case with these Ralph Lauren trousers. The fabric is soft and breathable and I don’t feel I am sacrificing style for comfort. The cropped length and pleated structure are chic and flattering.
I wanted to pair this outfit with a fun, artsy handbag. The bag is designed by one of my favorite American artists, Jonas Wood. The pattern and overlapping stitching is meant to recreate the layers and texture of a painting.
To me, makeup is kind of like an accessory – but one that is inspired solely by you. I typically go for a very natural look when I’m going into the office. I recently purchased a few matte lipstick shades from the new Hermes makeup collection. The Rose Boise is my favorite. It’s a neutral peachy, pink with darker magenta undertones.
The last piece of this look is the shoes. These laser-cut pumps add just enough of a heel to give me some height, while also being comfortable to walk around in for hours at the office.
Although fashion may be my first love, I also am passionate about art. A couple months ago I came across a local, Scottsdale-based artist, Caroline Iverson.
I loved Iverson’s illustration style, so I reached out to see how she could use her creativity to capture PXG Apparel.
Her first PXG Apparel illustration featured me, wearing the Big Logo Skirt on the golf course. In addition to the artwork, she shot a time lapse video of her creating it.
I loved this first sketch. It’s why Caroline and I are continuing to collaborate on upcoming projects inspired by PXG Apparel customers.
June’s Styled By Renee look is a perfect example. It’s an outfit I styled with our PXG customer in mind.
I am excited to share July’s look with you all. Expect to see some new PXG accessories and my skincare must-haves.