Sweet Meets Rebel For Valentine's

February 9, 2016

Ruffles street style

A casual Valentine's dinner followed by drinks at your favorite pub calls for a sweet and edgy look. A girly and romantic top paired with fierce garments will let him know that your manners can be soft like rose petals but your attitude sharp like thorns.
I've been known for playing with juxtaposition and also for pairing vintage with current trends and I really don't mind that reputation - I actually love to hear it. I've always said that my style is emotional. I never know what I'm going to wear the next day, but regardless what I decide to wear, I very often end up pairing my vintage finds with contemporary pieces or wearing two completely different style garments at once. Today's look is a perfect example of my favorite mixings.
I'm completely aware that with age comes changes; not only physicality but also mind-wise. I know my choices with fashion are evolving as I age, but one thing I can say that will never change is that no matter what I wear, it has to be fun for me. I don't want to wear otherwise.

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Top: Vintage. Another version here.
Jacket: Vintage. Similar here.
Jeans: Zara. Try this style.
Belt: Vintage. Similar here.
Sunglasses: House of Harlow (old). Try an alternative style by Mango.
Boots: Stuart Weitzman For Scoop NYC. Similar .
Bag: Valentino.
Jewelry: Vintage.

Hair: Styled with Oribe Après Beach Wave Spray
Lipstick: YSL (Le Rouge)


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