Style Slam Stylist Spotlight: Shae Li
American Craft Show in Baltimore
What's your company name?
What's your favorite style tip?
Don’t be afraid to embrace your own style. If you know what silhouettes, colors, patterns, etc., work for you, it’s okay to keep going back to them. No one ever looked in their closet and thought, "I have too many pieces that flatter me."
How would you describe your signature style?
As a style blogger, I have to be a bit of a style chameleon to stay current and fresh. However, if I don’t like a trend, I don’t participate. I love to mix classic with funky, vintage with new, edgy with conservative. The goal is always to push myself out of my comfort zone, so when something I normally would not gravitate towards speaks to me, I listen.
What’s your advice for selecting pieces to complement your wardrobe at the American Craft Show?
My advice to shoppers is to look for pieces different from what you already own. Most of these items are going to be statement pieces, so find something you can envision yourself wearing at a special occasion. Go for colors that complement your existing wardrobe, so it’s easy to pair when you get home.
Who are your ACC show artist picks?
Nicole Chessick Alfieri (left), Denise Betesh (bottom middle), Peter Brown (top middle), Theodora Fine, Jane Herzenberg (right), Lori Kaplan, and Kristine Maier.
All of these pieces feel luxuriously elegant and would easily incorporate into my existing wardrobe. Nothing is overtly flashy, yet [the pieces] still makes a statement, which will help an outfit stand out and look timeless.