Flares AND bell sleeves? I figured if I was going to go for this look, I may as well go all out. I finally bit the bullet and got brave enough to order myself a pair of these incredible kick flares from ASOS (which are the most amazing fit and I am now obsessed with them) after seeing them on Megan
. I think that the secret is the figure hugging top half of the jeans, which I personally much prefer over baggier flares. This pair look amazing paired with a bit more of a modern, minimalist silhouette on top, but here I decided to go for this super cool monochromatic, floral kimono with bell sleeves, which I (very creatively if I do say so myself) safety-pinned into a floaty top. For some extra warmth and a nice print clash, I threw on a recent H&M purchase in this massively oversized scarf, which can also be worn as a blanket cape.
Finally, shoes and accessories. My beautiful bag is from Satchel Central. It is really excellent quality and big-but-not-too-big, and I think that the fact that it's very minimalistic provides a nice contrast to the rest of my outfit here. It also means that it goes with everything! You can get also 25% off your own Satchel Central bag with my discount code HANNAHLOUISEF25. My shoes are from Orla Kiely's AW14 collaboration with Clarks, and I have hardly taken them off since I got them. They're a nice little nod to the 60s trend, and have a decent heel (2 or 3 inches) but are still insanely comfortable, as you would expect from Clarks.
What do you think of this outfit and the 70s vibes?
Labels: 70s, 70s style, ASOS, bell sleeves, blanket cape, blanket scarf, fashion, flared jeans, flares, kimono, Lookbook, Oh My Love, ootd, white bag