Narberth Fashionista Fishes in Style

Issa Dixon, founder of Hollow & Ridge calls her style ‘hillbilly-bohemian.’



Issa Dixon

Narberth, founder of Hollow & Ridge, an essential oils company

Favorite designers: Emilio Pucci, Scotch & Soda and Chloé. They’re classic, yet innovative style-makers.

Spring trends she loves: Soft, muted floral prints and chiffon/lace fabrics. Asymmetrical wrap skirts are a favorite, too.

Style icons: Jane Berkin and Stevie Nicks—both had beautiful, non-pretentious styles.

Personal style: Hillbilly-bohemian. Let’s just say I often ask myself, “Could I fish in that?” I love adventure. Lake fishing, hiking and camping are some of my favorite things, so cute and comfortable are what I look for in clothing.

She’s a: Handbag gal. The first time I touched Balenciaga leather, I was done. There’s such craftsmanship in each bag. The Balenciaga Classic First and the Chloé Marcie Crossbody are my favorites.

Go-to casual outfit for a typical Saturday out: Rag & Bone jeans, a Wildfox graphic T, a Scotch & Soda camouflage jacket and a fishing pole.

Go-to casual outfit for a Saturday night in the city: A Rebecca Minkoff jumpsuit, a Lilly Pulitzer Murfee scarf and Marni wood leather sandals.

Favorite splurge: Jeans—always invest in a great pair. Good ones get better with age and will make you feel like a million bucks.

Favorite thing in her closet: My new pair of black Coclico wedges. They’re the perfect mix of style and comfort.

Favorite fashion blogs: I love the girls behind SPELL and the Gypsy Collective. They’re two sisters who incorporate natural items like feathers, turquoise, silk and crystals into their fashion and accessory line.

Where she shops locally: Per Lei Boutique in Media. I’m a big fan of their “buy now, wear now, pay later” promotion.

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