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Five awesome fall fashion items Danielle Guizio found in Soho

Written by
Jennifer Picht
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What happens when you ask fashion heavyweights to scour one of New York’s most stylish neighborhoods for awesome fall looks but only give them $250? You’re about to find out.

RECOMMENDED: See the fall fashion style guide

The retail-packed area of Soho—slow-moving tourists and all—is a multifaceted playground for rebellious go-getter consumers who aren’t afraid to throw some plastic and let their freak flags fly. That’s why we synched up with 24-year-old designer Danielle Guizio, who makes threads for budget-conscious irreverent folks—think graphic tees that read SERIOUSLY, FUCK YOU and PERVERT, plus sexy numbers like All Tied Up bodysuits. Yeah, the girl goes for it. “Gathering style inspiration from fashionable pedestrians is just a bonus when shopping in Soho,” says Guizio, who suggests everything from a faux-leather handbag she owns to a top that’s “super girly and conservative.”

Check out Guizio’s top threads for fall below!

Mystique Boutique 4AM trench coat, $48, at Mystique Boutique, 491 Broadway (212-925-8290, mystiqueboutiquenyc.com)

"Need this, badly! Throw it on over your tight dress with heels or grab it when you're wearing denim and a tee to complete your look."

 

Brandy Melville faux-leather crossbody bucket bag, $35, at Brandy Melville, 499 Broadway (646-966-6569, brandymelvilleusa.com)

“I personally own this bag. It’s the absolute perfect on-the-go size.”

 

Reformation pine top, $58, at Reformation, 23 Howard St (212-510-8455, thereformation.com)

“I love this piece because you can dress it super girly or style it a bit more conservative with black trousers.”

Topshop Roscha high-heel sandals, $85, at Topsop, 478 Broadway (212-757-8240, topshop.com)

“Simple and sexy! You can style these with a fun sweaterdress or even casual tight-fitting jeans.”

Necessary Clothing Michelle sleeveless minidress, $25, at Necessary Clothing, 442 Broadway (646-214-7887, necessaryclothing.com)

"Typically, I dress in black. But my safety colors are olive green and camel, that way I still feel comfortable while simultaneously stepping out of my comfort zone with warm fall colors."

 

Photographed by Raydene Salinas. Styled by Jessica Lundgren.  

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