Anthropologie’s Social Media Director Talks Fashion Inspiration

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Stephanie Campbell, the director of social media at Anthropologie, shares her favorite stores and top style tips.

Her Style: Always evolving as I experiment with trends. An eye-catching staple, a new pant fit or a bold color—I’m eager to try anything new. Once I find a keeper, I wear it nonstop until it becomes a classic in my closet.

Her Fashion Roots: I began modeling in high school and find the fashion industry incredibly exciting. I started writing trend articles for College Fashionista and launched my own fashion-focused blog. I eventually combined my experience in front of—and behind—the camera to launch my career in marketing.

What Inspires Her: I love how quickly fashion changes and inspires daily creativity. Like social media, there’s never a dull moment and there’s always something new on the horizon. I find it exciting that, even with a tired piece in my closet, I can mix and match it with something new to bring it back into the spotlight.

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Indispensable Wardrobe Item: Wide-leg or mom jeans—anything that sits higher on the waist and is loose-fitting. I’m 5 feet, 11 inches tall, and finding the perfect fit can be difficult. I love Pilcro by Anthropologie and MOTHER Denim.

Favorite Places to Shop: Anthropologie, Kindred Collective, Stile by Per Lei, Kirna Zabête, Rowen, Rachelle Boutique and Designer Consignment, and Petunia’s Consignment Boutique.

Fashion Icon: I love finding new content creators for inspiration. Still, I keep a spot in my heart for Audrey Hepburn. Though she was known for her tailored pieces, she wasn’t afraid to wear bold colors. Fashion stylist Erin Walsh captures this beautifully with her clientele.

Stephanie Campbell
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Best Fashion Finds: The stompy black-and-white platform sneakers I purchased in Greece from a small designer. My heritage is half Greek, and bringing back a stylish souvenir I can work into my everyday look meant so much to me.

Indispensable Accessory: My husband gifted his grandmother’s ring to me on the night before our wedding. It was my “something blue,” and I wear it every day.

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Makeup Tip: Invest in a good eyelash curler.

Favorite Fragrance: Chanel’s Coco Mademoiselle. I’ve also been loving Not a Perfume by Juliette Has a Gun.

Fashion No-No: Keeping something in your closet that you don’t feel confident and comfortable in. Whether it’s an item that no longer fits or simply doesn’t suit your taste, holding onto clothing that doesn’t make you feel good can weigh you down and make it harder to create outfits you love.

Get the Look

Welcome fall with a blend of leather, denim, recyclables and sparkle.

Jeans
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AG Mari Coastline jeans are easy around the hips and faded to emulate 21 years of age. $235. Available at Posh Collections, 103 E. King St., Malvern, (610) 644-7220, poshcollections.com.

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Leather jacket
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Edgy meets luxury with this asymmetrical jacket in soft lamb’s leather. $328. Available at Pasha Boutique, 839 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 525-2777, pashaboutique.com.

Hoop earrings
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Add sparkle with these pavé hoop earrings in 18k rose gold with faceted cubic zirconia. $585. Available online from REALM Fine + Fashion Jewelry by Ann King Lagos, explorerealm.com.

Boots
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Bernardo Shawnee boots combine leather uppers and wooden heels. $338. Available at Anthropologie, 138 W. Lancaster Ave., Devon, (610) 590-1032, anthropologie.com.

Backpack
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Made from repurposed quilts, WorldFinds sling bags are sustainably crafted by women artisans in Bangladesh. $46. Available at Kuta, 104 W. State St., Media, (610) 565-7967, worldfinds.com.

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