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Bold Babba

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“This is a laid back look for a busy day at the office, between meetings and calls. It’s comfortable, chic, minimal, yet playful – and all that is very representative of my style.

Accessories are the most important piece of an outfit – they are everything to me. I can wear almost anything in terms of clothing, but I’m super picky with accessories. In this look, my accessories make a simple look pop! The red Mansur Gavriel bag adds an element of playfulness, and grabs your attention to make a statement. My must haves for the fall season are turtlenecks! I also love fun coats and jackets.”

– Babba Canales as told to AD.

Babba is beautiful and a total boss. The founder of brand marketing agency By Babba, and Her USA, a global women-oriented community, Babba has all this and brains too.

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Coat, Baum and Pferdgarten ; Turtleneck, Marville Road ; Jeans, House of Dagmar ; Bag, Mansur Gavriel ; Socks, Hysteria by Happy Socks ; Sneakers, Adidas ; Glasses, MYKITA

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