This week in Barrington Street Style, I interviewed Free People stylist, Erin Carter. Erin wore an amazing Free People Clara Chambray One Piece and carried a vintage bag. Her style is blend of Free People and vintage pieces.
Erin is a stylist, currently based in Chicago who grew up in Barrington. She would title her sense of style as a twist on bohemian, vintage, chic. Erin is inspired by sculpture. She feels there is a an interrelated quality between sculpture and fashion. It is apparent in the ways she dresses in regards to the use of texture, pattern and color. When she creates an outfit, Erin draws inspiration through nature, found objects and vintage fabrics.
Erin is a stylist at Free People and an associate at Cynthia Rowley. Her favorite thing to do is make women feel beautiful and she has a genuine enthusiasm for helping her clients find the perfect outfit. Erin says her personal experience with customer service has not always been positive, which has led her to be very proactive in making sure the customer service she offers her clients is always exceptional. She wants her clients to know that she wants to be there.
Erin studies Fashion Business at Columbia College Chicago and dreams of being an accessories buyer after College. To see more of Erin’s fun style, follow her on instagram.
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About the Author
Aimée Mendez is a lifestyle photographer with a passion for capturing the beautiful and fleeting moments of life that are so easy to miss. She loves photographing people, events, interiors, food, landscapes and love. She studied photography at Columbia College and completed a psychology degree at North Park University. She currently resides in Chicago with her new husband, Jonny. For more about Aimee and to view her portfolio, visit www.aimeemazzenga.com