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Youth-quaker / Festival Lookbook
I’m always so inspired by the festival style this time of year, very bohemian and a bit theatrical, pile on the accessories and fun prints and let the creativity flow. There really are no rules and anything goes, which makes for the best fashion moments.
Cut-out top- Lenni
Denim Shorts- Vintage Levis (Similar)
Sandals- Free People
It’s rare to find me out of my high waisted skinnies but these destroyed boyfriends were too amazing to resist. Keeping it casual with a flowy blouse and nude pump and finally getting the chance to bust out my new sunnies from the Row that have been adoring my dresser since I purchased them a few weeks back. Happy Friday Everyone!
Destroyed Boyfriend Jean- NSF
Glasses- The Row
Bag- Topshop (Similar)
Spring is finally here & I am thrilled to break out of my jeans/leggings/tights rut! It’s still a little chilly out so I’m piling on the lightweight leather pieces that still give me a little warmth. Dying over this oxblood skirt from Zara! Pleats can be tricky & tend to add volume but these are ultra thin and done just right! Paired here with my favorite Nirvana tank and cropped leather jacket. Hope you’re all enjoying this lovely Saturday afternoon.
Skirt- Zara (Similar)
Tank- Brandy Melville
Jacket- Free People
Shoe- Zara (Similar)
Bag- Alexander Wang
Feeling enchanting in the Victor Victorian Dress by Free People, I love all the detail & the high, feminine neck line. This dress is such a statement that theres no need for accessories, just throw on a great pair of boots like these 1968 Ankle boots by Jeffrey Campbell.
As much as I love layering up in the Winter with my comfy sweaters & jackets, today is a nice change of pace & a gorgeous 68 degrees outside! Running errands & enjoying the sunshine, looking forward to reuniting with my favorite skirts & dresses…
Striped blouse- by Lovely Day (Similar)
Skirt- by Finders Keepers
This black caped dress is everything! I love how the wind catches it. This look is my version of a super hero. The copper head wrap is the only thing keeping me warm in these photos….burrr
Metallic Blazer- Ark & Co.
Black Romper- Topshop
Zippered Hat- Zara
This look is so fun & very unlike my usual style, very retro glam. I fell in love with this sparkly Hazel dress the moment I saw it! I paired it with thigh-high boots from Zara & my favorite Wildfox Twiggy glasses.
Enjoying a glass of wine, or two.
This leather bustier from Zara is so killer, paired here with a wide legged trouser from Nasty Gal. My hair stylist, and sister, did a quick side knot pony that I wish I was talented enough to recreate on a daily basis.