1 Girl, 4 Looks: A Jet-Set Blogger's Perfect NYC Wardrobe

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    UPDATE: It's officially Friday, so why not celebrate a little TGIF with some major color inspo? This story was originally published on February 22.

    These days, there are so many style bloggers breaking onto the scene, it can be tough to keep track. With all the overstyled, layers-on-layers-on-layers, impossible-to-duplicate outfits on tap, we find ourselves hungry for someone who truly breaks the mold—and offers tips that are actually relatable. So, whenever we scroll through Brit blogger Peony Lim's fashion oasis, it feels like a breath of fresh air. The globe-trotting (London! NYC! Asia!) blogger-slash-consultant-slash-stylist wears so many hats it's hard to keep track, and she does it all while rocking totally whimsical outfits that are just plain fun.

    We got the chance to catch up with Peony during a whirlwind NYFW trip, and she let us take a peek at her to-die-for winter wardrobe. Plus, she dished her so-helpful tips for everything from last-minute packing and dressing for your body type to her favorite shops in the Big Apple. Click through to see her school us in the art of mixing prints—and rocking color!—and find out how she manages to look so darn flawless. All. The. Time.

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