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Tastemaker: Alexis Andra

Meet the emerging artist behind The Shift Creative



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Photo by Ally Twitchell

Age: 25
Current project: Owner of The Shift Creative, a custom installation, event design, and styling company, which just launched an online shop of pom-pom plant hangers, tapestries, textiles, and more.
Background: Alexis’ work has been featured on Glitter Guide, Style Me Pretty, and Green Wedding Shoes. She’s also worked closely with local event designers and fellow tastemakers, including Tori Hendrix of Sitting in a Tree and Julia Wheeler of Gunn & Swain.
Personal style: Street with a boho flair.
Fashion philosophy: Don’t be afraid to take risks when it comes to various styles. Just own it. Also, even the smallest accessories make an impact on your outfit!

Her Favorite Things:

Maybe I’m biased, but my online shop for The Shift Creative has unique finds to make your home dreamy, like this custom rope hanging. Prices vary, theshiftcreative.com

The local company Gunn & Swain sells blankets so pretty. “The Beacon” Mexican blanket in neon and thunderbird, $40, gunnandswain.com

Lift Coffee Roasters makes the best coffee and tea. Plus, you can order online! liftcoffeeroasters.com

I’m a textile addict. So naturally my couch and any other place fit for a pillow has these on them. BohoPillow covers, prices vary, etsy.com

Brooke Hill’s jewelry pieces are so unique and dainty—the perfect addition to any outfit. Mountain cuff, $55, etsy.com

Brooklyn-based Jordan Sondler’s painted pots and illustrations. Yes, please! Waves planter, $28, shopjordansondler.com  

“I always get compliments when I wear this necklace by St. Eve Jewelry. Silver goddess statement necklace, $78, saintevejewelry.com

Everyone needs a good pair of black booties. Abinger pointed padded zip boots, $63, asos.com

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