February 26th, 2014
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Jacqueline 1968

Jacqueline Bisset style

My favorite image from yesterday’s post on Jacqueline’s look in Bullitt is above– the straight-legged jeans, square-toed boots, and classic bag are really good. Time to give skinny jeans a rest and the Saint Laurent is the perfect modern-day classic bag in my book.

Boots, jeans, and bag.

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VICTORIA, VICTORIA BECKHAM

Belted denim shirt

CASTANER

Jean canvas espadrilles

BOTTEGA VENETA

Bow-detailed crepe midi dress

THE ROW

Nude leatter sandals

MARA HOFFMAN

Camilla one-shoulder textured-organic cotton maxi dress

CHLOÉ

Knotted sleeve-waist wool sweater

M.I.H. JEANS

Paradise high-rise jeans

THE ROW

Nude leather sandals

JOSEPH

Pearl ribbed-knit wool sweater

JOSEPH

Cropped leather trousers

JOSEPH

Ryder leather shoulder bag

CELINE

Square sunglasses

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  • A perfect modern day interpretation of a classic 1960’s look.

    KathyFebruary 26th, 2014  2:13 PM

     
  • So glad I didn’t ditch my Prada boots with the squarish toe. Just need to update my jeans capsule.

    miaFebruary 26th, 2014  3:11 PM

     
  • Love this – definitely time to give the skinniest a rest!

    JenniferFebruary 26th, 2014  3:59 PM

     
  • Bravo to giving skinny jeans a rest – they just never worked for me, but I love my straight-legged jeans!

    gpcFebruary 26th, 2014  6:33 PM

     
  • If only my legs were that thin. . . I’m thinking it’s time to give up the dark skinny jeans and have been noticing this lovely worn wash and straight legs showing up on the chicest blogs (yours at the top of the list, of course!). New season (eventually!) time for a new silhouette. Cheers, Laura

    Laura (@cocktailsandgelato.com)February 26th, 2014  9:43 PM

     
  • What superb style!

    That's Not My AgeFebruary 28th, 2014  3:24 PM

     

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