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Janelle & Jessica

Meet Janelle & Jessica of

ABOUT JANELLE & JESSICA
Created by NYC based sisters Janelle & Jessica Lloyd, GIRLS OFF FIFTH is your source for accessible style from a city girl’s point of view. Janelle got her start in fashion in the Bloomingdale’s buying office, and has since worked as a stylist for brands such as Ralph Lauren and Club Monaco, and consulted for young brands in the fashion start-up and tech scene. She's also studied interior design and loves creating stylish urban spaces. Jessica is a veteran event planner, and spends her days dreaming up soiree's for New York's lighting and architectural elite. She's an avid vintage shopper and budding jewelry designer who seeks inspiration in the city's sites and streets. We’ve been sharing our wardrobe with each other for years and now we’re sharing it with you. Happy shopping lovelies! See more at: girlsofffifth.com
5 THINGS

Personal style in one word

Evolving & Contemporary

Favorite Designer

It’s a Stella McCartney and Chloe tie for first. & 3.1 Phillip Lim

Essential Accessory

A moto inspired leather jacket can top off just about any look. & A standout shoe—black is best.

Favorite Place to Shop

We frequent online destinations like ASOS and Zara.com for daily finds, but love purusing NYC’s many vintage stores, thrift shops, and flea markets in search of timeless silhouettes, statement prints, and trinkets for the home.

Go-To Beauty Product

Eyeliner. I’m always trying a new kind. Liquids, pencils, smudge pots... & Anastasia Beverly Hills Perfect Brow Pencil. It’s life changing, or at least face changing.

ON INSTAGRAM
Still in weekend mode
Gaudi tiles & these @moscotnyc sunnies👌 #GOFdoesBarcelona
Happy Saturday! Sharing a few last pics with you this weekend from #Barcelona. Check out the full photo diary today on GOF...
Good morning Barcelona🌴☀️#nofilter

Sexy chic dining room

Instead of limiting dishes and glassware to the kitchen, floating shelves become storage and decor in this dining room. Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt for Homepolish

print mixing tip: pick patterns in the same color palette

Marilyn Monroe moment