If Annie Hall were bendin’ genders and breakin’ hearts in NYC circa 1940, we imagine she’d be taking cues from Por Siddhijar. Decked out in American Apparel from head-to-tote, our foreign fashionista (visiting all the way from…Chicago) keeps things boyishly loose in a plaid button-up and cuffed slacks. Yet, with a few delicate details – skinny belt to flatter her waistline, unbuttoned collar to frame her neck – she manages to ground the look in a refined gurrrrliness. Woody Allen’s latest hit may be set in Paris, but with modern muses like Por walking the streets, might we suggest a move back home?
- May 20, 2014