Please meet Michele Andrews. She's a mom, she's a stylist, she's a collector, a buyer, a seller, and more. Current projects include playing with great clothes and accessories at Craft and Culture and something called Nest Together, which she describes as a "collaborative nesting space to hold and hatch ideas," a partnership with Sanam Miremadi and a chic friend of theirs on a faraway hemisphere. Find them on Instagram at @nesttogether.

And, find them at Land Management on December 14 and 15 at a special (as in, you are going to need to be there) popup of sorts. Stay tuned for more; we'll bring it.

For now, the Style Tag introduction.

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Wearing My style is an expression of my creativeness. This perspective evolves into a need for my clothing to be versatile with a balance between vintage and modern to complete my style statement. My coat is from Where I Was From, one of my favorite vintage spots from New York City; my T-shirt is from Tyranny and Mutation, local vintage in Fremont; my jeans are also vintage from Portland, and my shoes are Common Projects from Lambs Ear. Today's look is reposeful, and rooted in vintage but with a modern silhouette.

Your style in three words Tailored, unfinished, effortless.

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Closet you'd most like to raid Patti Smith's style has and always will appeal to me. A dynamic and talented woman, a figure of ease in style, and, with her mix of men's and classic fashion choices, I bet she has the best blazers! Nadia Sarwar, a wonderful photographer and street style subject, is so unique and adventurous with her style—always quirky, reminding us all to have fun. Lastly, the French know how to make style seem like they were born looking perfectly dressed. Lou Doillon and Caroline de Maigret are no exception, and I look to them for their simple style, and their balance between androgyny and femininity. 

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