INTJ Fashion – A Walk in Savannah

Black, leather top dress
Alternate Universe – Romeo + Juliet Couture

 

A Walk in Savannah

This dress could be called, “A Walk in Savannah.” I wore the dress on a recent, and very busy, trip to Savannah, Georgia. The photo was taken during the hottest part of the day (a no-no, I know-know). Savannah is a city of contrasts. The oldest city in Georgia, it is a city filled with echoes from the past; yet, the presence of Savannah College of Art and Design is slowly revitalizing and remaking Savannah into a city of the future. This Romeo & Juliet Couture dress fits the contrasting nature of Savannah well. The faux leather bodice is all INTJ attitude. Paired with the wool skirt and fashioned with an A-line silhouette, the dress is classic but fresh, tough, but classy. I like the dress because it makes you look put together with zero effort. Also, change the shoe (converse sneakers or black oxfords) and go from boss lady to hip, urban chic. As an INTJ, I love any dress that gives me such versatility because that means a more efficient and functional wardrobe.

Dress: Romeo & Juliet Couture

Shoes: Adriana New York

Sunglasses: Prada

 

Always Uttori, Outfit of the Day, Savannah, Georgia
Always Uttori travels to Savannah, Georgia .

 

Headed to Savannah?  Check Always Uttori’s dining picks:

Breakfast: The Collins Quarter  (Make a reservation if you’re going on the weekend).

Lunch: Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room (Family style dining where you’re seated with strangers. Take a talkative friend so you can enjoy the peach cobbler without interruption).

Sorry Charlie’s Oyster Bar for really good shrimp and grits.

Just a note: These recommendations are based on our actual recommendations. They are not paid sponsored recommendations, so let us know if you get the chance to try any of our recommended spots. If you’re looking for a cup of really good coffee, try Savannah Coffee Roasters. They were out of most pastries when we visited, but the coffee was just right. Look for a future Uttori article where I try to recreate their heavenly Greek yogurt with house-made granola.

 

Goodbye, Savannah
A Walk in Savannah

 

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