I have to admit I’m not paying sufficient attention to the whole 70s trend going on lately, I definitely incorporate some of the its details in my everyday outfits, but full on 70s looks are kinda hard to style if you have limited time in the morning and aren’t always comfortable to wear compared to my beloved sporty chic. This look however was really easy to pull off, probably because it’s a classic denim & suede combination and also because of the fact I can’t get enough of my snake booties and the imitation suede coat.
Coat – Shein (real suede one here)
Shirt – Zara
Jeans – H&M (similar ones here)
Boots – Asos
Bag – Saint Laurent (affordable styles here and here)
Another look with these suede boots from last year that I simply can’t get enough of come fall (see the previous two looks from Paris here and here). I’ve been meaning to try out the white & tan color combo for the longest time, but even though I’m the most avid fan of all white (see my tumblr for proof), I couldn’t find two white pieces in my closet that matched and were fall appropriate. This turtleneck came just in time and I paired it with the culottes I last wore back in summer. Of course there was a coat involved, but it wasn’t white so I’m not gonna show it to you
This has to be my absolute favorite outfit from Paris regardless of the fact I’m wearing a $16 top and my underwear is slightly showing through the skirt, although you might not notice that. I’m obsessed with striped knitwear this season and pleated skirts are sort of fresh and new to me and I felt really feminine wearing this to the Chloe show on my very first day in Paris. And as I mentioned before, these lace up heels (previously worn here and here) are the most beautiful shoes I’ve ever owned, so add that to a perfect combo.
Rust is definitely a color I’ve never seriously considered up until this year and now I’m obsessed. I only have this tee from H&M but come fall I’ll definitely get myself a jumpsuit or something else in rust. I love how it works with dark denim and there are many more color combinations to experiment with. Wore this simple outfit the other day and was really surprised my summer feet didn’t hurt at all after hours of wearing these shoes! Gotta give it to the chunky heel I guess.
A look from a couple weeks ago, back when my legs were way too white to freely walk around in a dress this short. I simply can’t seem to stick to one style with my outfits, most of the time I’ll be all minimalistic and sporty, but then a cute dress comes along and the next thing I know I’m curling my hair and painting my nails pink. Do you guys usually stick to one style in your outfits?
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