Fall Style: Earthy, Cozy, Retro | The Weekly Source
JTears tend to come and go, but some styles permeate our fashion culture so deeply that they come back again and again. This fall, modern fashion meets classic and retro style; loose fits, cozy blankets, earth tones and lots of denim. In a bustling city like Bend, where modern athleisure reigns supreme almost any time of the year, dare to be bold by bringing back the classics with a few modern twists. From outfits inspired by the rugged American West to urban ’90s memorabilia and more, check out outfits curated by two popular downtown Bend retail destinations, Revolvr and Evrgreen.
Masculine and modern: Revolvr Men’s Clothing
Drawing inspiration from wherever possible, Revolvr prides itself on offering a diverse collection of brands and styles that can suit all generations. Selected walls are covered in everything from casual t-shirts and board shorts from surf and skate brands to formal wear, casual workwear and even an entire wall dedicated to sustainable, locally made ranch apparel. United States. Those who need new bathing suits for a vacation, a shirt for a first date, jeans that really fit, or a jacket so tough it will outlast its owner can find these items. at Revolvr.
Hidden gems for women: Evergreen
Sister store to Revolvr, Evrgreen has outfits for every season and every style, with well-known brands and a few hidden gems. Whether customers are looking for something preppy, bohemian, modern styles that push the envelope or classic cuts that never go out of style, Evrgreen has it all. With more than 76 brands and an emphasis on ethical consumption (no fast fashion!), Evrgreen offers outfits for all occasions and all tastes, with shoes, glasses, jewelry and accessories to match. Similar to Revolvr, customers can stop by Evrgreen for a free local beer sample and let the knowledgeable staff help them find exactly what they’re looking for.
ABOUT FALL STYLE CURATOR AND PHOTOGRAPHER ANDREW BANASSELT:
I was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon and have worked with Revolvr and Evrgreen for a year and a half. I’ve always had a passion for fashion, so when I was 21, I moved to Los Angeles to rub shoulders with creatives, open an e-commerce store, and sell socially responsible and ethical brands from around the world. The idea was that everything you buy from our store helps support a cause. I was eventually invited to work with New York Fashion Week working behind the scenes. From there, I followed my passion for capturing photos and started working with brands to curate content for social media. I created local fashion shows to raise awareness of human trafficking, with proceeds going to local shelters. I finally decided that living in Los Angeles long term was not for me because it was too far from my family. I moved to Bend five years ago to focus on myself and my love of the outdoors and snowboarding. Accepting work at Revolvr has helped reignite my creative spirit, giving me an outlet to express myself through photography and fashion. I’ve met so many talented people here in Bend, like April Lawyer at Vanilla. I’m so happy to be part of the amazing creative community here.