For Thanksgiving this year, I wasn’t cooking and preparing as much as other years, so I knew I could wear something a little more fun for the occasion.
If you haven’t already noticed, fall fashion is headed for a full-on 1970s revival, with designers showing classic boho shapes and fabrics all over the runways, including bell sleeves and bottoms, fringe everything, wide-leg pants, floppy hats, suede, and peasant tops and dresses. It wasn’t long ago (mid-90’s) that 70’s fashion was all the rage, but this second coming has confirmed that we simply cannot donate another pair of wide-leg jeans or peasant top…ever again!
Recently, Sis was too kind and gifted (or maybe let me borrow? only time will tell as to the actual arrangement) a pair of super wide-leg jeans (how very on-trend) that she purchased last season and had not yet gotten a chance to wear (tbh, I had not so secretly been coveting them since her purchase…so, the offer was quite fortuitous). I paired them with a striped black and gray off-the-shoulder bodysuit, a black wide-brimmed felt fedora, oversized cat-eye sunnies, gray suede pointed toe pumps and my favorite Valentino satchel. For accessories, I kept them relatively minimal with my gold tree of life studs I purchased at a boutique in Cartagena, Colombia and a blue stone and gold bangle. It was also gloriously warm this Thanksgiving, so I was able to forgo a coat (fingers-crossed for an Indian summer).
Top | Capulet Shoulderless Leotard || Jeans | BCBGeneration Wide-Leg Denim Trousers, similar style here and here || Hat | J.Crew Wide-Brimmed Felt Hat with Leather Band || Sunglasses | Tom’s Adeline Black Sunglasses || Shoes | Schutz Gilberta Pumps || Bag | Valentino Satchel, similar style here and here || Jewelry | Boutique, Cartagena, Colombia
LOVE – MY.
P.S. Thanks sis for all the awesome photos (and jeans). Isn’t she so pretty?