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1a. Hanes white v-neck 1b. LnA zipper pocket tee 1c. Chance classic tee 1d. Saint James striped tee.

2a. Classic red bandana 2b. Apolis + Matteo striped linen bandana 2c. Vintage Vera scarf 2d. Hermes scarf.

3a. Jeep CJ-2A 3b. Ford Bronco Roadster 3c. Jeep Grand Wagoneer 3d. Range Rover Classic

4. Hello there.

5a. Vintage British Military Rolex Submariner 5b. Nixon Time Teller P 5c. Timex Weekender 5d. Swatch Original.

6a. Coco Chanel 6b. Isabel Marant 6c. Ralph Lauren 6d. Stella McCartney.

7a. Converse Chuck Taylors 7b. Tretorn T58s 7c. Vans Authentics 7d. Superga Trainers.

8a. Seil Marschall Canoe pack 8b. Herschel Supply Settlement pack 8c. Jansport Heritage pack 8d. Fjallraven Kanken pack.

9a. Yves Saint Laurent "Le Smoking", photo by Helmet Newton 9b. Maison Martin Margiela 9c. Rick Owens 9d. Céline.

10a. Levi's 10b. Current/Elliott 10c. J Brand 10d. Acne.

11a. French Vogue 11b. Foam 11c. Garden & Gun 11d. The Gentlewoman.

12a. Randolph Engineering Aviators 12b. Moscot Lemtosh sunglasses 12c. Ray-Ban Wayfarers 12d. Persol.

13a. Chanel Le Vernis 13b. RGB 13c. Essie 13d. Butter London.

14a. L.L. Bean boots 14b. Quoddy Boots 14c. Red Wing Heritage 14d. White Mountaineering.

15a. Nantucket Rope Bracelet 15b. Tanya Aguiniga Rope Bracelet 15c. Miansai rope bracelet 15d. Missoni woven bracelet.

16a. Photo of Carolyn Bessette Kennedy wearing a classic white shirt by Ron Galella, 1999. 16b. Boy. by Band of Outsiders 16c. Madewell Wayward jean shirt 16d. Aubin & Wells Wellfield shirt.

17a. Army duffle 17b. T. Anthony duffle 17c. Filson Duffle 17d. Swaine Adeney Brigg Safari range luggage.

18a. Gucci drivers 18b. Belgian Shoes 18c. Bass Weejuns 18d. Tod's Gommino loafer.

19a. Fender Telecaster 19b. Gibson Les Paul 19c. Rickenbacker 330 19d. Hofner 500/1 bass.

20a. Billy Kirk No. 109 20b. Apolis Hoofpick belt 20c. Colonel Littleton No. 5 20d. Hermes Etrivière 32.

21a. Wm. J. Mills classic tote 21b. Artifact Bag Co. No. 105 21c. Ernest Alexander tote 21d. Tampico Bags cotton tote.

22a. Helly Hansen rain coat 22b. Grundens rain coat 22c. Patagonia Deep Wading Jacket 22d. Barbour Beadnell.

23a. Bud Heavy 23b. 21st Amendment IPA 23c. Fat Tire 23d. Guinness.

43 comments:

Lisa said...

Awesome post! I'm definitely an Import, with a sprinkling of The American and a smattering of the Standard. Totally delish eye candy for a Friday! Thanks. Lisa x

Andrea S. said...

The most perfect list of all time. You have perfectly defined my sense of style, something that I have been longing for for a long time. Love this blog so much!

stephanie said...

this is incredible. mostly standard + import, with a bit of edge and american thrown in.

Topham Beauclerk said...

Excellent. But it looks like your watch listing doesn't quite match up with the grid photos. I think the Timex Weekender should be 5c, with the Rolex as 5a and Nixon as 5b. But such a great post.

Lizzie said...

Thanks guys! Topham: You're right, I just made the fix, I actually originally had it that way. It was really hard to decide between Rolex and Timex as the Standard.

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ACC said...

Holy wow, this is brilliant! I seriously love each piece, but it's the Celine blazer that has me in fits.
a cleaner closet

Ginta said...

Absolutely perfect list! It turns out I'm a very standard girl. :))

Sarah | Make Mirth said...

i love everything about this list (and this blog). what a wonderful post!

Quite Continental said...

Love this! I'm Standard/American.

Bests,
Mariah

Josh Lee said...

This is a great idea! Although judging from the guitar row, I imagine the guitars were curated for their looks and not for the way those guitarss stereotypically get played and used.

Miss Minty said...

Lizzie! Brilliant work. If you need any assistance in growing the list please drop me a line.

I'm with @Andrea S.; you are helping a whole slew of ladies define their style with your work on this blog. Much love.

K said...

This is a great gathering of objects I adore and dream about adding to my closet. Until then, my second-hand LLBean Totes and thrifted oxfords will do!

trip said...

Man, what a great post.

rachel said...

I love this! I'm not sure I skew to any of the categories, though--my favorites were pretty much all over the place.

And I really enjoy this blog. It's a nice change from Fashion-y fashion blogs (not that I don't enjoy those, but this is so much more relatable).

Chuck said...

Love this! Can't wait to browse properly at leisure. x

anie said...

I've landed on standard + american. Lovely work!

Ella said...

Definitely fell into the "standard", but am in love with my Col. Littleton belt- so glad you included it.

Anonymous said...

Oh wow. Love it all.

Gabrielle said...

I'll take it all please! This solidifies for me that my personal style is all over the place, but I love it none the less.
Thanks for this :)

Kendra said...

I adore this post. Brilliant.

lorrwill said...

None of the above.

I guess to me tomboy style is about function and comfort over fashion and statement.

Gail Santy said...

Totally blown away. I am a perfect blend of Standard and American! Honestly, my jaw dropped as I scrolled down. I feel so validated to have finally connected with others who share my style. Can't wait for the book!

swishmusic said...

Oh my goodness this is amazing! I have to say your blog has changed my fashion life. I am an avid reader, every day and your blog has crystallized the idea of style for me and I just love every post! It gives me a sense of focus amongst the craziness of trends and I feel like I am investing in pieces now that will stand the test of time.
Just the other day I found THE hat that will help me achieve that wonderful Lykke Li look you posted a while back, floppy hat and blazer with high waisted flare jeans.
Thank you!!

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Wm. J. MIlls and Co. said...

Thank-you for including us on your list. I look at your post and I appreciate the amount of time and thought you put into it.

Nomadic D. said...

Love this. Absolutely! Who knew I was so Standard? With an Edgy twist of course...

http://nomadic-d.blogspot.com/

thevintagetraveler said...

Fun list!

I'm a standard Imported American.

duck said...

This is epic! You obviously put a ton of effort into this project. As someone who swings gaily between OCD, ADHD, and mania, I tip my trilby to you. Kinda want to print it out and paste it to my wall (Standard/Edge, with a hint of Atavist). Bravo!

Kaleen said...

This is too cool! Great collection. I'm a standard/american mix. : )

Summer is a Verb said...

I'm a total mutt, aka, Parisienne Gypset Prepneck...XXOO

Hollister H. Hovey said...

You are so good. Cannot even imagine how long it took to get all the uniformly grey backgrounds!

Her name was Lola said...

This is nothing if not AWESOME. Absolute. xo Lola

Mo Pie, Please said...

My goodness this is awesome.

stephanie said...

Amazing, amazing, amazing! This gives me hope that my very basic style might not be as bad as I think it is. Thanks!

PS: I noticed that the vehicle links are off. I think b and c are switched.

Lizzie said...

Nice catch, you were indeed right. I made the fix! Thanks!

Lizzy said...

My dream list! I'm a Standard + Import, but would never say no American, either. I came to your blog through Cup of Jo and am so glad to I found it.

Sue said...

Good lord, this Grid is fantastic! I love everything on here, but I'm mostly a Standard American :)

Mara said...

Wow this post is brilliant! My tomboy and let's say my first reference on style is Patti Smith, she really knew had to rock a plain shirt with jeans and a blazer (L) I can't love her more, but I can't steal a lot of ideas from this wonderful post ^^

Anonymous said...

why is the page display cut off?? I can't see everything......

Mayraargi said...

Definitely fell into the "standard", but am in love with my Col. Littleton belt- so glad you included it.

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