February 22, 2010 at 11:02 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 6 Comments

Vixens like Betty Draper and Joan Holloway on Mad Men have helped to popularize the pretty, feminine, leaving-something-to-the-imagination stylings of the 1960s.  On the other side of the spectrum, the 1980s are ripping through Fashion Week.  As for me, I always have a soft spot for the 70s.  Cue sound bite from Her Royal Septarian, Rachel Zoe: “I just feel like 70s is that whole like relaxed glamour, very effortless, nothing has too much shape and nothing is too tailored… and it’s all about layering really comfortable, glamorous clothes.”  I built today’s look around the zodiac necklace I’m wearing.  I might be a Leo, but I live every day like it’s the dawning of the Age of Aquarius.

– Navy blue Alternative Apparel silk cowl neck tunic
– White Hanes wifebeater tank
– Brown Limited pants: the Drew fit
– Mahogany Aldo mules
– Braided gold headpiece
– Leo constellation necklace, Urban Outfitters
– Gold watch, Vestal
– Faux diamond earrings
– Chanel Blue Satin nail polish



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  1. This is one of my favorites in awhile!! You definitely pull it off well. Yay for Aquarius 🙂

  2. […] February 24, 2010 at 11:01 pm | In Uncategorized | Leave a Comment The other day I penned an ode to the 1970s aesthetic.  And while I’ll always have a soft spot for the […]

  3. i am too ridiculously fond of the 70’s era of fash and have been eyeing multiple house of harlow pieces for sometime now as i love nicole richie’s entire vibe of life. i’ll let you know when i get a piece! DOUBLE ENTENDRE!!!!!!!!!! LOL! X.

  4. ps – you rock the headpiece like no otha!!! many have tried…few have succeeded!

  5. I love Nicole too. Let’s purch ajuntos. Then we won’t feel bad about the pricetag as it will be a BFF charm situashe. You know Chris Morris — the one from my year, not yours. He worked with Nicole Richie on that movie Kids In America. If I were him, I would have totally stolen some of her accessories!

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