May 03, 2018

1970's Spring Lookbook


LOOK N.1
For the first look I am wearing one of my favourite dresses ever! I got it from Winners this past winter and I've been waiting for it to get a little bit warmer out so that I can wear it without a coat! I love the warm tones and the print, it sorta reminds me of a kaleidoscope. But what I think makes the dress is the white collar and cuffs, which is something that I find hard to find (Unless its a black dress.) I paired the dress with these snake print maroon heels that scream 1970's! 


LOOK N.2
The second look is a bit more casual, I am wearing my beloved denim overall dress from Simons!  I've worn it way too many times this season already and its only the beginning of May. I paired it with this blue floral print blouse from Zara, something I would typically wear in the fall but it can be worn all year round. To add a bit more colour I wore these knee length boots from Forever 21


LOOK N.3
For the third look I am wearing this amazing skirt that I got at a vintage store downtown its such a unique print that you normally don't see. I also love that the skirt is really heavy and stiff because it helps give the outfit a structured look. For my top I just wore this Grey turtleneck from Le Chateau that I wore numerous time this winter as well as some silver statement earrings. 



LOOK N.4
The fourth look is also a bit more casual I wore these brick slightly flared pants that I got for $5 from Winners, yes $5! and I paired them with this striped turtleneck that had the same brick colour on one of the stripes. For shoes I wore a simple pair of black platform shoes from H&M

LOOK N.5
For the final look I am wearing this sand coloured skirt from H&M, I love the cutouts and the print on the skirt I think its really unique and gives it that 70's vibe I was looking for. I paired the skirt with a simple black mock neck top, but I think what makes the look is the scarf I tied in my hair. The skinny scarf is Balmain and I just tied it to make it look like a headband but kept the bow on the side for some interest. For shoes I wore a simple pair of black platforms to tie the whole look together.
let me know what you guys think of this look in the comments below as well as if you want to see more of these looks, check out the video below!

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