Durango street style: color pops and cool bags

by Patty Templeton

“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted,” said Aesop, the storyteller of ancient Grecian fame. You never know when a seemingly small compliment will make someone’s day or week. Speaking of, DGO met Keyré Zick at Purg’s Oktoberfest, and she made us smile to the wide open world. She was a generous conversationalist, amiable, and open, and we not only crushed on her kindness but her subtle style.

Here’s Zick’s take on fashion.

“I am casual, comfortable, not super trendy. I like a lotta black, but I gotta throw a little bit of color in there. I think my friends would call my style shabby chic, maybe.

I like to go to thrift shops and consignment stores. My friend’s give me a lot of their old clothes. That’s my favorite. When a friend is getting rid of a bag and they ask, ‘Hey, you wanna go through it?’ Hell, yeah I do!

And, oh my gosh, a good bag. It has to look cute, but it has to be able to hold EVERYTHING. If anything, my purse is the most important part of my outfit. It holds my lotion and lipstick and makeup and snacks – you gotta have snacks. It hangs low. It holds a lot. I love my bag.”

Patty Templeton


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