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Emily from Love Emmarie recreates the chic style of model Karlie Kloss.

Karlie Kloss has been one of my biggest role models, sources of fashion inspiration and my all time favorite model since I saw her in Teen Vogue way back in 2010. I was just a precious little 8th grader at the time, so I thank God that I looked up to her instead of some other crazy. Every aspect of her is at "goals" level. Her style is simple, classy and elegant, she's positive and caring, and her friendship with Taylor Swift is the definition of friend goals. She's also very tall like myself, which is another reason she's an inspiration to me. I know that if she can rock stilettos on the daily, so can I. I picked out some pieces to create a look that would be perfect for a upscale birthday brunch in the city. A classic A-line skirt and striped top paired up with an embellished trench and some glittery pumps to add some "pizzazz" if you will. I kept the accessories simple with a pretty gold collar necklace and a envelop clutch. Finish off the entire look with a day time appropriate smokey eye and classic vintage waves and you've got yourself ready for the day.

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