Sadaf Razi Gets Cozy with Seventeen
The word “glamour” pulls up images of city streets and sleek black nighttime looks. But let’s not forget that those looks, as beautiful as they are, are not for everyone. Most Americans don’t live in big cities. They live in areas that are smaller with closer communities that find glamour and grace with a more relaxed looked. For Seventeen’s story, “Cozy Up,” the young lifestyle magazine showed off that other side, and Sadaf Razi was on deck to make sure the looks were as cozy as advertised.
Drawing inspiration from rural cues, plaids, layers, and distressed fabrics take center stage in this story. The story is set on a farm where utility is king. Warm layers like shearling find their fashionable note with Sadaf’s pairing of well-calibrated prints, while the traditional mix of faded denim is reinvigorated with special tones and unique fits.
What is perhaps most inspiring about Sadaf’s work in this story is the mix of shapes, colors, prints, and fits. Sadaf shows how much power the wearer can get out of singular pieces that might not otherwise get a second look. With the right context and mix, any piece can sing like a lark. Especially with Sadaf’s touch.