Happy Wednesday my loves!
New "Wardrobe Wednesday" well more like grab a glass of wine and relax lol! Today I was able to chit chat with Brand Stylist Dutch Davis over at PRSVR. We talk everything from Fall Fashion must have's to NY Fashion week! Make sure you all follow him. Kick up your feet, don't forget the wine, and get to reading! Enjoy.
CC: Hi Dutch, tell us a little bit about you, age, where you are from, what do you do, etc?
Dutch: “Well, my name is Dana Davis, everybody knows me as Dutch, I am currently 22 and I am a wardrobe stylist and image consultant.”
CC: Explain what a day is like for a brand stylist at PRSVR?
Dutch: “A day as a brand stylist of PRSVR can be a bit of everything from getting pulls together for celeb clients, visuals at the store, prepping for photo-shoots, hell even setting up for a party I never have just one assignment.”
CC: How would you describe your personal style?
Dutch: “My personal style is high end street chic I like to call it, lol I go ever casual at the top and very form at the bottom.”
CC: How was New York Fashion Week? What are the top trends you noticed?
Dutch: “OMG!!! NYFW was everything as always hell I didn't sleep from show to show, after party to after party, look-to-look... lol it’s always good when I touch down in NY. Wow, the trends I noticed was a lot of fringe, blacc as always and nudes everything.”
CC: Top 5 must have items in a men's wardrobe for this fall?
1. Black leather cycle jacket
2. Adidas track or camo pants
3. Navy blazer
4. Brown wing tip shoes
CC: Top 5 fashion brands/designers/stores?
CC: Top 5 shoes for this fall?
1. Blacc or Wheat Timberlands
3. Red wing boots
4. Patient leather pointed nude pumps
5. Ankle booties
CC: Lastly, The Prevailing Effect is someone who has prevailed and overcame many obstacles in life to get where they are today. Do you consider yourself a “Prevailing Effect”?
Dutch: “Yes!!! I do think that I prevailed in my life and in the industry of my career from not having any connections to having a roller deck of emails, phone numbers, pulls, store just everything to set me as a professional stylist.”