May 14th, 2014
On My Inspiration Board

Cool Classics

Breton

 Stripes + trench = a great spring look.

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VANESSA SEWARD

Dorian double-breasted checked cotton-blend tweed coat

GUCCI

Embellished quilted leather gloves

GANNI

Camberwell leopard-print linen-blend canvas jacket

FRAME

Le High straight-leg jeans

GANNI

Ipanema shirred halterneck swimsuit

LOEWE

Hammock small leather tote

SIMON MILLER

W006 Enid mid-rise wide-leg jeans

BLAZÉ MILANO

Silk and linen-blend blazer

K JACQUES ST TROPEZ

Fusain leather sandals

CEFINN

Belted muslin dress

JENNIFER BEHR

Black velvet bow barrette

MAX MARA

Belted cotton-twill midi dress

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  • Love this easy and simple-the crossbody purse makes it fun and fresh.

    melanieMay 14th, 2014  12:14 PM

     
  • This look never gets old to me. It is always fresh and current. Is it the classic style, or the colors? Who knows, but it is always appealing. I, too, love the bag.

    AprilMay 14th, 2014  10:21 PM

     
  • Classic when kept modern and pure and fresh is always chic. I say Keep it Chic and Keep it Classic!

    PaulaMay 15th, 2014  12:40 AM

     
  • Do you know who makes that cross body bag? Love it.

    ElizabethMay 15th, 2014  9:23 AM

     
  • what about the trench? Most are too heavy but this one seems flowy…

    alexMay 15th, 2014  10:38 AM

     
  • Love, the ease of this look. Thanks for sharing your style and inspiration! And yes, please let us know who makes this bag.

    MarthaMay 15th, 2014  12:03 PM

     
  • I found this pic on Pinterest– I would love to know who made the bag as well!

    PrestonMay 15th, 2014  12:25 PM

     
  • The bag looks very similar to Gigi New York navy embossed python leather cross body. I think that strap should be longer. I always think cross body bags should drape right at the hip.

    karenSeptember 19th, 2014  11:22 AM

     

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