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How It’s Done:
The Penny Windowpane Top

 We asked our friend Coco—a British-born, NYC-based writer who’s currently at work on her first novel—to show us how she’s wearing our Penny top around her West Village neighborhood. Warning: The following pictures may cause major outfit—and hair—envy. 


FOR WORK 

Writing and doing research for her book at the Jefferson Market Library 

“I like the idea of mixing a feminine top with something a bit more boyish, like a baseball cap and penny loafers. I also like the idea of being mistaken for someone who knows anything about sports (as opposed to someone who until recently thought the Mets were a basketball team).” 



 “Windowpane checks are easier to wear than I expected—but still interesting enough to add a bit of oomph to a pair of jeans or chinos.” 

FOR WEEKEND 

Grabbing a snack at Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream 

“Chinos and sneakers feel very classic American to me, in a good way. Since I’m an unclassic American (I moved here as a teenager), it’s a fun vibe to channel.” 



 Shop all women’s new arrivals here 

 Special thanks Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream. 

Photographs by Meredith Jenks. Hair and makeup by Souhi at Jed Root.
TAGS: how its done, womens, personal style, new york city
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