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Style Stop: A vision in off-white

  • CAROL LOLLIS/GAZETTE STAFF


Friday, May 11, 2018

When we came upon Anna
Jacobs at the Tuesday Farmers Market in Northampton, she was a vision in off-white. Amid the din of the musicians and people catching up on a warm spring day, she was quietly reading a hardcover edition of
Eileen Myles poems. 

Hometown: Gainsville, Fla.

Age: 23

Occupation: Student. Smith College senior, majoring in American Studies with a focus on “making”

Summer plans: Artist residency in the Catskills 

Fashion philosophy: “I buy ethically and sustainably made clothes with a simple aesthetic, clean lines and classic looks that will stand the test of time.”

Pants: Made by Creatures of Comfort  

Coat: Made by Elizabeth Suzann. “She is my go-to; she specializes in sustainable clothes.”

Where she buys her clothes: “Mostly online, but also at stores like Port,” in downtown Northampton. 

Style icons: “I follow Erin Boyle, the blogger.” Boyle’s blog is called “Reading my Tea Leaves — Slow, simple, sustainable living.” 

—Daisy von Furth for Hampshire Life