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Styled by Jun E: From Winter to Spring Jun E Style

In Culture, Design, ECO-Friendly, Fashion, T-Shirts, Uncategorized on April 12, 2013 at 7:02 pm

Time for some spring cleaning!!! Remember as kids when our parents would force us to take a day from our weekend and sort through all our winter clothes? It was out with the old and in with the new! Fortunately, what we considered a chore, isn’t so much of a chore anymore.

We all know that spring brings warmer weather, but unfortunately mother nature doesn’t just jump right into spring, there is what we call a transition phase. This week I’ll help you transition with the swap of the jackets from leather to denim Jun E style. Plus, the Jun E Caniel brand was created for this type of weather! I’m pretty sure if you’re a follower of the Jun E brand, you’ve read somewhere “It’s a Jun E day” . Which basically means “the sun is shining, the weather is sweet” quoted from the reggae legend Bob Marley, even though each Jun E member may have their own interpretation of the phrase, that’s how I would like to simply put it. And trust me with the rising temperatures of Spring rapidly approaching there are many more Jun E days to come!

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(Above: A sheer, silk modal pull-over in navy layered over a cardinal hamsa tank with a handmade scarlet red t-shirt scarf . This nifty color friendly outfit can be worn in the beginning days of spring. This is perfect for when the warmer weather hasn’t fully broken-in, but you do know its too warm outside for anything that was once apart of the “Winter Collection” attire. You can pair this outfit up with a maxi skirt, colored skinny jeans or just some casual khakis.

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(Above: The bare white long-sleeve tee is prefect for those “I don’t feel like getting dressed but I still want to appear as if I made an effort” days. I used the same scarlet red scarf from before  just to liven it up a bit. I rolled the sleeves up to make them quarter length. Perfect intro to spring!)

(Below: I used the same pieces of clothing but I decided to make the hamsa tank  more visible. So, I tied the pull-over around the waist (80’s style) and double necked the handmade scarf. Now, you can wear this with a pair of shorts and those cute sandals you just brought (I know I’m not the only one who has started spring wardrobe shopping!)

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Normally, a transition phase doesn’t last a long time. So, sooner than later you’ll be walking around in just a tank & maxi skirt, especially if you live in the southern regions.

Best Wishes

-AjStyles

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Styled By Jun E: Friday January 25, 2013

In Culture, Design, ECO-Friendly, Fashion, T-Shirts, Uncategorized on January 25, 2013 at 5:24 pm

Hello, Jun E people!

This is Elviria W. coming to you from Jun E Caniel

Being a lover of fashion ever since I was little, I was very excited to start interning for Jun E Caniel.

I remember the first time I fell in love with fashion. I was no older than at least five years old, living in North Philly, PA

My aunt would always come and visit me and my mom. She would come so often you would of thought she lived with us! LOL One night she walked in the house wearing a brown fur coat and

I just remember saying to her “oh Auntie I want a fur coat JUST LIKE YOURS! Can you buy me one? Please, Please, Please.”

Her and my mother laughed at me and she  responded “You want a fur coat like mines?”

“Yesssss” I whined Everything she wore I wanted & being that my aunt lived in the Bronx, NY she was on in what was HOT. I wanted to dress just like my Auntie.

She then went into her suitcase and pulled out this brown fur coat just like hers but it was just for ME!!! I was so happy. She bought the majority of my clothes, LOL and I loved her for that. For about a month I wore the same coat either when I would go to school or just to walk around the house. My mom would call me a DIVA and ask for a fashion show every now and then, just to sit and be my audience. At the time I was just expressing myself and being who I truly was.  Now that I’m older, I realized I’ve lost that little girl. She’s back now and her name is AJ (Autumn June) and she’s not going anywhere anytime soon. Autumn June has been UNLEASHED! So I look forward to allowing you all into my world of where FASHION meets STREETWEAR!

-Elviria W.

The brisk winds of winter have brought about the perceived need for us to pack away our summer favorites and bring out our thick cardigan and sweaters.

But who says every outfit or piece of clothing has a season???? NOBODY!!! Here I have styled a black eco-friendly cardigan with a summer kelly green burnout tank top with a few original pieces.

  Despite the cold weather we’ve been having a lot of sunshine lately, and this kelly green looked FRESH in the sunlight!

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The boldness of the black cardigan paired with vibrant green tank gave my winter outfit some fun.  To give this outfit a more casual look I paired up my own medium wash jeans from PacSun with a locally made t-shirt scarf (that can be worn as different accessories).

While playing around with the t-shirt scarf I realized one can rock it as a headpiece! I LOVED THE LOOK! It’s so different and has a  JUN E Style. Later I moved the scarf to my neckline and it still looked amazing.   The choice of how to rock the t-shirt scarf varies with one’s personal style.

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Get this look:

Cardigan available at Jun E Caniel Boutique

kelly green burnout tank available at Jun E Caniel Boutique

t-shirt scarf  available at Jun E Caniel Boutique

 Belt was a thrift store find

Boots were bought at ALDO

-AjStyles

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