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Hold up, let's pause for a sec: Wasn’t it just a few weeks ago that we were going bonkers over Acrimony’s dude-centric lookbook? Well, here we are again, practically losing our cool over the shop's latest snaps for the fall. And the Hayes Valley boutique seems to have the recipe for capturing crazy-cool photos down to a science.
The ingredients? Take all the most coveted autumnal staples on the market, play 'em up with feminine tailored styles, set the looks against a naturally crisp grey backdrop — and voilà! A dreamy lookbook that reminds us of the season's sexy silhouette possibilities. "The inspiration is rooted in hard architectural lines, the emphasis on dramatic shapes, and being inspired by unexpected outcomes," shares the mastermind behind it all, shop owner Jenny Chung. Peruse through the getups after the jump, and we guarantee you'll be Acrimony-bound.
Growing up, I was extremely conscious of the fact that my thick legs didn’t resemble the pin-thin limbs of my classmates. “Blessed” with my mother’s genetics, I had muscularly fatty thighs and bulging calves that my ancestors would have been thrilled to own, but I abhorred. Add to that a fleshy stomach that never read
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