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Edited by on September 10 2012 at 12:56 PM

Inspired by 90s-era athleticism and the evolving health nut culture by way of cyclists and yogis, Daniella Kallmeyer infused active frame of mind into a gender neutralized palette of formal activewear. Fulfilling my Olympic dreams of putting Physiotape on the runway as an accessory, she did it in a way that made me think first of cutout leggings. Then immediately her brilliance dawned. 

Color palette: Strong and androgynous peach with a feminine blue.
Mood: Fresh, brisk, playful and sleek.
Statement Pieces: Printed pants, both wide leg linen and boot cut satin twill.
Front Row Name Drops: Daisy (of lingerie designing duo Daisy and Elizabeth)
Runway Music: New No Doubt! Settle Down

Meanwhile, you can pick up KT Tape and get accessorizing for $9.99 from Walgreens. Bam, this new jewelry is so yours if you can pull it off.

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