> As digital programs manager for ArtsBoston.org, Perumal urges locals to “Get ARTventurous!” The same could be said for her outfit, a comfy, idiosyncratic mix of colors, shapes, and patterns.
> Tying everything together is the small scale of the prints: dainty blossoms on the vintage harem pants (from Etsy), mini-bouquets covering the sweeping black scarf (from Zara), and a tiny red check enlivening her fabric belt (bought in hometown Sydney).
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> Relaxed, used, and broken-in is Supil’s preferred mode of dress, like his thrift-store mint green sweater and sky blue print tunic (from Boomerangs). Though he works as a bike mechanic, there’s not a spot of grease in sight.
> Echoing Supil’s laid-back personality is his calming color palette, like the blending of gray-washed neutrals in his hooded sweat shirt (from American Apparel), scarf (from Boomerangs), old A.P.C. jeans (picked up in London), and distressed boots (from his hometown in North Carolina).
> Supil is particularly proud of his vintage Dobbs felt hat — probably from the 1950s — found in a thrift store many moons ago.
> A social-media blogger, Coleman buys only pieces that can be worn lots of different ways. This gray knit dress (from LF) can be belted, glammed up, or imaginatively layered.
> It’s nearly April, but the chill hangs on. Coleman cozies up with a black wool beret (stolen from Mom), three-quarter-sleeve knit top (from Betsy Jenney), opaque tights (Hue from Ann Taylor), and funky flat boots (AGL from Footstock).