We are so inspired by the creativity and energy of River City Fashion Uprising. The VCU fashion magazine took a visit to our new store recently. They had fun pairing textures, layers, and locally made jewelry. From fur vests to saucy velvet dresses, they created nine different looks featuring Sweetest Stitch styles. We wanted to share them with you here for inspiration and a little retail therapy!
Wear your rompers into the colder months by wearing thigh high boots. Shop rompers here and find the jewelry and clutch in our boutique at 431 N. Ridge Road, Richmond, VA!
This fringe sweater top has been a favorite since the summer. It effortlessly goes with a pair of distressed jean shorts and a bathing suit, yet also looks great layered with jeans, booties and other cold weather essentials. Shop it here.
Another fun idea for a romper hack! RCFU paired our sweet flora romper with thigh high socks and a cozy cardigan. Shop comfy cardigans here.
We love this faux fur vest! It goes with chambray shirts, t-shirts, sweaters, and more. RCFU paired it with this simple silky top, which makes it party ready. Both items are available in our boutique.
Who knew jean skirts could be so fierce? The model is wearing a green sweater tank, also available in store. Take a tip from her book and wear an oversized jacket to stay fresh, yet warm.
These distressed skinny jeans are outfit essentials, especially during winter. You can rock them with tunics, sweaters, crop tops, and more. Mix textures by wearing a sweater and a leather vest for a look that will keep you warm and rocker chic.
Nothing says "It Girl" like a simple bomber jacket. Throw one on over your all-black look and some rockin boots and you're ready for any party. Shop this bomber jacket here.
This velvet dress has quickly become one of our most stunning holiday looks. The crushed velvet is on trend decadent and ready for a party. The shape of the dress seems to flatter anyone who puts it on. Shop it in our store at 431 N. Ridge Road, Richmond, VA.
Photos by John Parker and Becca Schwartz