Hello there loves! I was traveling for work and I’m finally back hence the lack in posting. Nowadays, the posting has been a little slower than usual but I promise you its for good reason. New things to share soon!
Anyway, this awesome ruffled Storets top totally has this 70’s vibe. It’s a bit whimsical to me; very Chloe! I’m all for 70’s but I know it can be a little tricky to style certain pieces without looking straight out of That 70’s Show.. so I wanted to add my own personal flare.
I paired it with none other than my favorite things.. ripped jeans! The juxtaposition between the blouse, rips and python print boots, gives the 70’s vibe a much more modern take.
Don’t forget those aviators for the head to toe 70’s modern look! xx
I love the detail of buttoning it up all the way. Gives it a more clean look!
The half tuck. Yep, one detail you have to learn how to master so that everything looks less put together. Perfectly imperfect, you know?
Rips and frayed hems are all the rage! They’re so easy to do a DIY on… get your scissors out!
Roll up your sleeves… that’s always one of my go-to’s when wearing long sleeve shirts.
It’s getting chilly out here in LA! Time to bundle up and stay warm. This is the best time of the year to get use out of all of my favorite sweaters! I am a huge fan of sweaters and I am constantly buying them. The only problem is that I don’t get a whole lot of use out of them here in sunny LA. Anytime it gets below 60 degrees I think its freezing, and take full advantage of layering on the knitwear!
I absolutely love a chunky sweater- add in a loose turtleneck and I’m sold! This Aritzia sweater is sooo perfect. It comes in a bunch of different colors, I promise you won’t be able to choose just one! Throw it on over a faded pair of denim and some loose boots and you are good to go. I added in a little special something with my Valentino Rockstud Crossbody! Stay warm everyone!!