Woman of the World: Lindsey Calla, NYC

A photographic series inspired by the women who inspire us. L-atitude?s Women of the World artfully blend global fashions with local flavor, bringing a lifetime of travel experiences to everyday style.
 A photographic series inspired by the women who inspire us. L-atitude?s Women of the World artfully blend global fashions with local flavor, bringing a lifetime of travel experiences to everyday style.
 
Lindsey Calla, Meatpacking District, NYC
 
What are you wearing?
A Bensoni dress and Otrera scarf. The scarf was a gift from the designer. The gold jewelry is Banana Republic and Lia Sophia; the watch is Fossil. I actually felt really inspired by different cultures and iconography, and I think the scarf sort of sparked that. The ?evil eye? reminded me of Greece. The flats ? I don?t usually wear flats ? are Boden and really comfy. The bag is Gucci and the sunglasses are from a store in Sydney called Dotti. 
 
If you could jump on a plane right now, where would you go and why?
I've been dying to go to Bhutan, Nepal and India. I recently came across a jewelry line that was handmade in Nepal that was so stunning. The culture fascinates me because it is so different than how we live here, more spiritual and deeply rooted in culture and tradition.  I also have an ongoing love affair with Sydney and Florence. There is something about Sydney that is so freeing and it brings out the best in me. I could live between both of those places and be pretty happy!
 
Style icons, past or present?
I love Georgina Chapman, Bianca Jagger, [fashion blogger] Gala Gonzalez and Rachel Roy.
 
Where do you get inspiration for your blog, SaucyGlossie.com?
I [look to] art history and different cultures. I'm also always out at events and appointments to see what the latest trends are.  I interview a lot of designers ? and they always have amazing stories on how they created their pieces. Listening to them always turns me on to different things that I didn't know about before. My blog is constantly evolving like my style; it is always changing and shifting [to reflect] what?s catching my eye at that time. It's almost like a mini style time capsule!