Retro Child



Lately I’m really diggin’ berets, and I’m predicting they will be big for AW16 – even if they aren’t I’ll be rocking them! I picked up this striped t-shirt from Oasis with some Christmas money I had left over, I love the 70’s vibe it has. I used it’s 70’s influence to inspire this look, starting by adding the denim button down skirt, next came the camel coat and to mix thing up a little, I added tan accessories. There was a time when all I wore was tan shoes and accessories. I still love a good tan pair of brogues but as my style has evolved I’ve moved on to owning the largest collection of black shoes and ankle boots possible, it’s funny how our style changes as we get older. I enjoyed dusting off the tan accessories and feel they worked well with the retro look I was going for, and adding my red beret was the finishing point.

stripes_029stripes_063 stripes_027What I’m wearing –
T-shirt & Skirt – Oasis
Belt – Urban Outfitters
Coat & Bag – Topshop
Beret – Accessories
Brogues – River Island
Watch c/o Jordstripes_068stripes_030 stripes_054stripes_001stripes_018stripes_016stripes_037Photos – Shooting Dave

Published by Vintage Reflection

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18 thoughts on “Retro Child

  1. Berets are awesome! Now I need to add an amazing red one to my collection too. I agree with you how funny it is that one’s style changes over the years. I tend to go through phases too – a lot of tans and browns for coats/jackets/shoes/handbags, but lately I’m finding that I don’t have enough black staples. Time for a wardrobe refresh!


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