I love to mix and match different clothing elements in my outfits.
Mixing colors, prints, and textures in a way that’s tonal and feels fresh is what I aim for in every look.
Monday’s look features a vintage 1960’s tweed suit paired with a colorful rare 90’s Victoria’s Secret bustier. This outfit creates some springtime synergy that feels and looks bright.
Items Featured: 1960’s light green tweed suit + 1990’s Victorias Secret Bustier
For Tuesday’s look I was ready to be comfortable and chic. I paired a beautiful made in Italy rosy slip dress with a slit at the side and an 80’s Barbie pink polka dot jacket.
The short sleeves are fresh and perfect for spring, while the maxi is sultry and rounds out the look. An added black wristlet elevates the look and pairs well with the dark polka dots.
Items Featured: Made in Italy rosy slip dress + 1980’s polka dot jacket + vintage black wristlet
Wednesday is about feeling sexy, powerful, and comfortable.
I paired this beautiful oversize Paisley jacket with a chocolate body con mini skirt and belted it for a cinched waist.
The print and oversize shoulders made this look easy and fierce, with the mini skirt adding some classic femininity.
Items Featured: Vintage paisley oversize jacket + vintage mini skirt
Thursday’s look is about simplistic sexiness.
My favorite way to feel good at home is to add some oomph to something seemingly basic.
I paired this vintage push up lace corset with a slip skirt from the 60s and some minimal chains to create a classically chic look. Effortless and comfy!
Items Featured: Vintage lace push up bustier + 1960’s slip skirt with vent
Friday is about texture, texture, texture.
Pairing an oversize lightweight pinstripe blazer, a fresh crotchet top, and textured high rise vintage pants I created a look that feels fresh, professional, and feminine. The 1950’s pearl clutch ties into this masculine/ feminine look perfectly.
Items Featured: Vintage pinstripe blazer + crotchet tank + textured trouser + 1950’s pearl clutch