Courtesy: Brynn Elliott Watkins
The most stylish people aren't always found on the red carpet. Which is why this year's Vanity Fair's Best annual Best Dressed List also feature non-famous fashionistas.
One of those lucky ladies? Brynn Elliott Watkins. The fashion blogger was just named this month's winner of the VF's Internation Best-Dressed Challenge. E! News got a chance to catch up with the St. Louis-based gal—who describes her style as "eclectic, whimsical, vintage and vivacious!"—to find out what inspires her look.
Not surprisingly, Brynn says she often inspired by another Best Dressed honoree. "I adore Diane Kruger's wardrobe on and off the red carpet. Her style is crisp and engaging." The two share a love of many of the same designers such as Phillip Liam, Tom Ford, and Oscar de la Renta.
When it comes to spring trends, Brynn says "I'm excited about the black and white trends I saw on the runways at New York Fashion Week. I like the sophistication of white. A crisp white button up shirt can create a simple, yet dazzling look."
Another recent fad Brynn's obsessed with? "I adore the '60s bold prints, I like how they convey confidence and grab attention." We couldn't agree more.
Want to join the ranks of Brynn and previous winners Nini Nguyen and Tracie Howard? Submit photos of yourself via Twitter, Instagram or Trendabl using the hashtag #vfbestdressed. Or go to VF.com and submit your picture directly on the site. The magazine's readers will vote for their favorite looks, and VF's editors will keep track of the votes to name a weekly winner. There's no limit to the number of submitted snapshots—so go nuts!
For more on Brynn's best-dressed style, watch E! News Friday at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.