Winter Trends 2014 with Viva Frida

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December 4, 2014

We cannot stop gushing over Barbara’s new Winter 2014 collection at Viva Frida. Seriously, we wanted almost every single piece we saw/touched/tried on (and all of her clothing/accessories are dangerously affordable). Barbara has such an eye for current trends, as well as what will flatter the female figure, so we decided it was time to pay her a visit, catch up over some tea, and ultimately play a little adult game of dress up. Here are some of our faves from the afternoon:

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On Sarah: MbyM t-shirt, Selected skirt, Selected kimono jacket (and she’s browsing a Selected sweater)

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On Sarah: Selected skirt, Becksondergäard scarf, Selected cardigan
On Tanya: MbyM dress, Selected cardigan, Komono watch

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On Sarah: Minimum sweater, leather bag by Art Reworks, necklace by Maslo

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On Tanya: Teddy by Selected, Necklace by Mamazoo

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On Tanya: Jacket cardigan by MbyM, Leather backpack by Art Reworks

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On Tanya: Selected skirt, MbyM sweater, Becksondergäard scarf

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On Tanya: Selected skirt, MbyM jacket cardigan, Komono watch

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On Barbara: Selected sweater, she’s holding a Selected t-shirt (isn’t she the cutest?)

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On Sarah: Selected skirt, Becksondergäard scarf, Selected cardigan

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On Tanya: MbyM winter coat, Selected skirt

It was hard  not to walk out with half the store, but we settled on the burgundy Selected pencil skirt (yes, we bought the same one) that we think will be a perfect staple for our winter wardrobes. Thank you so much Barbara for letting us pay you a visit!

You can visit her website to get a look at her other collections, or follow her on Facebook.

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