Thursday, November 4, 2010

Love This...

Simple. Understated. Casually Chic.  (Image courtesy of Stockholm Streetstyle)

Easily recreate the look with these options:

*Black Leather Jacket: here, here, or here
*Chambray Shirt: here, here, or here
*Black Skinny Jeans or Jeggings: here, here, or here
*Red Handbag: here, here, or here
*Black Boots: here, here, or here

Have a beautiful and blessed day! :)



  1. Love the denim with the cool black leather jacket:)

    Looks great....:)

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  2. Very chic! The denim and black combo is great and I love her ankle boots.

  3. I think this "look" looka great on the younger set. I have lived through leggins and stirrup pants, etc. in the 80's and the whole jeggins is such a hoot. I would never wear them at age 41 even though I am 5'11 and slim still.

  4. looks not looka--I need a second cup of coffee:)

  5. Totally concur with the above post. I had lived through stirrup pants, PEPE skinny jeans and the hightop. Been there, done that and not looking forward to reintrepret the look again. Super skinny Jeggings, biker leather jackets and booties are specially reserved for the young crowd.

  6. Thanks for stopping by today ladies! I appreciate all of your comments. :)

    To the anons: I completely understand where you're coming from regarding the leggings/jeggings. I didn't really care for them in the 80's and never wore them...still don't care for them now. However, I do occasionally wear skinny jeans and think they could easily work in this outfit. I also think that basic black jeans could be substituted in place of skinny jeans or leggings.

    I do have to disagree that biker leather jackets and booties are for the younger crowd though. I think it all depends on the person wearing them and how they have them styled. :)

    Thanks again for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!

  7. Hmmmm. I would love to have that girl's thighs...

  8. would I AnneG, so would I...

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