What I Wore: Wild Child


How I wish I had long blonde flowy locks right about now! I think those would go just dandy with my new white faux Mongolian fur vest from H&M. I would be all Nordic beauty – cool and fierce (yes, I did). But blonde hair or not, I won’t let it stop me from rocking this vest this season. It adds a much-needed layer of warmth to my outfits, and I love how soft and cuddly it is. Paired with my new paisley-printed Joe Fresh cords, this has got to be one of the softest/comfiest outfits ever. Very huggable. Free hugs, anyone?


More after the jump!




I Wore: Pants – Joe Fresh; Sweater – Gap; Vest – H&M; Clutch – ASOS; Shoes – Zara; Sunglasses – Elizabeth and James; Ring – YSL; Necklace – c/o LOFT

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8 Responses to “What I Wore: Wild Child”

  • Comment from Nina

    Do you mind me asking, which lipstick you have on? I am looking for a new red. Thanks.

  • Comment from Style Blog

    Hi Nina!

    This one is a Cover Girl Blast Flipstick in “flashy”. It’s more of a purple than a red, but I love it for fall!


  • Cat clutch! #catladycomment

  • Comment from Style Blog

    Arianne! I am a huge cat lady at heart…hope you like ;) xx

  • Comment from Kristine

    Love the paisley cords! I am a sucker for all things paisley. Good ol’ Joe Fresh!

  • Comment from Nina


  • Comment from Sandeep

    Looking Awesome..!! Loved the sweater..! Of course it’s Gap.. When it comes to sweaters and jackets and any kinda stylish clothes, there is no comparison to Gap, Monteil & Munero and Gucci…! :-)

  • Comment from Suze

    You look more old-World glam Hollywood-ish, I think. And not all Nordic princesses are blond…take me for example! ;) Danish and lovely chestnut-brown locks. (Am considering bangs – do you have an opinion?)

    Just before Filene’s Basement closed, I got a fabulous form-fitting, silk-embroidered tapestry vest with Mongolian faux fur at the neck, arm openings, and bottom edge. LOVE. IT!

    BTW, I agree with Sandeep. And add that their clothes, the tapering as well as the length, fit a petite figure like mine much more successfully – no ape-arm effect!

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