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1 Girl, 4 Looks: Lou Dickinson Mixes NYC Street With MIA Sun

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    We’ve all got one: a venerable bucket list of where we’d love to live "someday." And, along with Paris, Tokyo, Manhattan, and pretty much any city in Italy, Miami ranks pretty high up there. Maybe it’s the perpetually movie-like sunny weather, the rich cultural mix, the insanely good food…and yes, that weather again…we could go on. Such was the case with lovely NYC transplant, Lou Dickinson, who along with her husband decided to relocate "on the fly!" And what a good move it was. The former Brooklynite and sometimes-blogger is thriving in her spacious new digs and has her sights set on a new mixed-designer boutique. Given her own classic-modern take on personal style, we have a feeling a Lou-curated clothing store would do just fine in the 305 mix. In fact, we asked this Miami newbie to whip up four outfits that are not only perfect for her new climate but can also easily jet-set between her favorite cities. To get a closer look at Lou’s true love of wardrobe staples, red lipstick, and all things Margiela, just click through. Yep, we’re a little jealous, too.


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