White is a very important shade in my wardrobe, therefore, I'm always looking for ways to style it all year round.
Today, I decided to layer over a white turtleneck and white cropped jeans. I wanted to create a fun layered look with a 70's vibe.
Layering and experimenting with proportions are usually a no-no for petite gals, however, my adventurous side, once again, took control of my decision making.
If you want to see this look in movement, check out my small youtube video here.
I love how this waistcoat brought a separation between the white garments. I also love all the volume around my hips created by the belt and how my jeans are matching all the flared proportions.
WHAT I WORE:
Waistcoat: c/o by Fortlily (vintage). Similar/Coat: Vintage. Similar/Platforms: Kurt Geiger/Flared jeans: NYDJ. Similar/White turtleneck. Land's End/Chain belt: Vintage. Similar/Earrings: Michael Kors. Similar/Watch: Bulova: Similar/Bag: Mansur Gavriel/Sunglasses: Kate Spade. Similar.
Dainty heels or flats weren't the appropriate shoes to match the edginess and proportions of this look. I had to wear a pair of edgy and bold shoes that wouldn't go unnoticed in between all this volume.
FIND THE PERFECT PLATFORM BOOTS:
FIND THE PERFECT LONG COAT:
FIND THE PERFECT WAISTCOAT:
FIND THE PERFECT WHITE FLARE JEANS:
As you can see, I kept my accessories to a minimum. I'm loving the fact that I can add fun to my looks by being playful with my clothes without the need of too many accessories. I don't consider my style minimalist at all, however, I've learned through trial and error that when it comes to accessories, less is more.
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