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Before the harbor is fluttered with snow, crafting pink (spray-painted) crabs into a holiday tree garland is a preppy twist on a maritime celebration.
That's especially true of the preppy cable knit sweater, which is diametrically opposed to the sweatshirt in its sophistication and seriousness.
The intro scenes fly by, briefly suggesting his privileged, preppy life in England beside a concerned but ineffectual father.
Arthur Cinader was the founder of J. Crew, the clothing retailer that rose to prominence marketing a classic preppy chic to upper-middle-income consumers.
Arthur Cinader, the founder of J. Crew, the clothing retailer that rose to prominence marketing a classic preppy chic to upper-middle-income consumers, died on Oct. 11 in Santa Fe, N.M.
Blair Waldorf gained a preppy-cult following for her capes, coats, and signature headbands; Serena van der Woodsen took the opposite route in free-spirited dresses and tangly bohemian jewelry.
Johnson, whose footwear game runs the gamut from fire-engine red boots to sultry sandals, employed the preppy staple as an elegant foil to her deceptively simple ensemble.
Paul Bettany’s choice of black crewneck and Chelsea boots takes the preppy, business-guy vibe right out of the blazer.
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