New Direction



Dear Readers,

As you may have noticed, I have taken the summer off from regular blog posts. While summer is typically a busy time for all of us, I had other motives for taking some time to myself. Doing so has allowed me to work on projects for other publications and take time to really think about what I want Calla Lynne to be. Fashion is certainly a large part of my life and something I enjoy but it is not the only creative outlet I take pursue.

In order to share all of my passions I will be expanding the content of Calla Lynne. You can expect to see fashion, photography (landscape, portrait, etc.), D.I.Y. projects and more. I hope that you will be able to enjoy the new Calla Lynne blog just as much, if not more, than before!

Warm regards,


Calla Lynne Founder


Winter Must Have’s

In case you have not noticed… it is cold! For that very reason this is the time of year when I struggle with fashion. There are a lot of layers required to stay warm when it is 4 degrees out. In my opinion, there are a couple of trends this season that can help you to stay warm while looking good.



Adding a stylish jacket is a perfect way to up your game during the winter season. Fake fur is making a come back while leather is always a classic look. Although you wouldn’t be able to wear these as your only jacket of the evening, they will keep you warm inside and add an extra flare to your outfit.


Turtlenecks are also gaining some steam this winter season. This is the perfect item to wear with layered necklaces or a sweater. They definitely keep you warm! I am speaking from experience.



Adding a fun accessory is another way to spice up your winter wardrobe. Collar clips are one fixture that I have really been enjoying. These two photos not only show how different color clips can be, but also the different ways you can wear them. Add the accessory to your standard color shirt or on a sweater.


Fur Jacket by ASOS, Leather Jacket by Nordstrom, Turtleneck by L.L. Bean, Triangle Collar Clip by Lepun, and Round Color Clip by Alison Michel

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Summer Hair Style


The hot summer weather has finally hit in New England. Hair is beautiful, unique, and does not help to cool you down during a scorcher. For those of you who have not yet mastered the art of French braiding, or at least the small French braid that everyone seems to uses as a headband, try this twist. Its similar to braiding, however, it is much easier.


Starting at your part, grab a bit of hair and bring it about an inch behind your hairline.


Next, grab the hair that is just underneath it and fold it over the top of the previous section of hair.


Using the two original strands repeat this process of folding over while adding additional hair into the twist as you move towards the back of your head…

…for a half back,


or towards the back of your head for a low bun.

This hair style adds a fun twist and keeps your hair out of your face!