December 15, 2015

Cord & Plaid

Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole bootsLe Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Le Happy in Free People shearling jacket  and Kenneth Cole boots
Everything is from Lord & Taylor
Jacket – Free People
Skirt – Design Lab
Top – Design Lab
Booties – Kenneth Cole
Backpack – Botkier

Back to the plaid action and my shearling obsession. Seriously, every time winter hits, I remember how much I need shearling in my life because it¹s
a cool element to add to your outfits especially when paired with plaid. If you ask about my inspiration for this look I would say it’s totally
an hybrid between the 70’s and 90’s but the shearling gives it a more Western American feel. Such a cool way to give an edge to the usual plaid outfits I put together. Aside from that, it¹s also super comfy which is perfect for those days I¹m in the mood to snuggle in something warm.
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Ya era hora de volver a los looks con un poco de tartan y mi obsesion con las casacas con piel como de oveja. Les juro que cada vez que el invierno llega se me da por usar chaquetas con look tejano sobretodo con prints a cuadros. Si me preguntan por la inspiracion de este look, solo se me ocurre que es una combinacion entre los 70s y 90s, y el cuello de la casaca le da una onda mas de america del oeste. Me parecio ideal para variar un poco cuando uso tartan ya que siempre voy por casacas de cuero!

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