Everything I’ve been attracted to lately has been something retro, like pieces that could’ve easily come from the 70’s. From oversized retro sunglasses to roman sandals aka gladiator sandals (I mean the ones from Chloe are TDF) to suede pieces… I just can’t get enough of them and the best way to complement the 70’s style and making it modern is by keeping your accessories quite minimal. The old me would’ve stacked multiple bracelets and might have even wore a pair of giant hooped earrings to go for the full 70’s look but now I like keeping things clean.
I love the wavy shape of this ring set from Almasika. So fun to wear them in different fingers or just stacking them up on one finger.
I love lace up sandals for spring and the return of gladiator sandals. These are from one of my favorite sandal brand called Cornetti. I also am in love with the Chloe ones I wore during Coachella (Neiman Marcus still has a few, and they’re almost sold out on Net-a-Porter.) I also love the shorter versions from Cornetti which are available at Nordstrom and Revolve Clothing.
If I had to only pick one favorite bag of the season, it would be this Chloe Faye bag. Last season, I was completely obsessed with the Chloe Drew bag but I like the sophisticated approach of this Faye bag and the mixture of suede and snakeskin. There is also a small Faye bag which I’m drooling over.
Noor Fares Spike Cone Earrings (get them at Matchesfashion or Neiman Marcus)
Zara White Flowy Blouse (similar from Net-a-porter, Mango, and Asos)
God Save Queens Lace Bra (similar here)
Zara Botton Down Denim Skirt (similar here Topshop/Nordstrom, and Asos)
Cornetti x Calypso St. Barths Conca Gladiator Lace Up Sandals (get the look from Shopbop or Revolve Clothing)
Chloe Faye Handbag (small suede and python Faye at Nordstrom or small suede version at Berdorfs)
Chloe Universal Fit Hexagonal Dafne Sunglasses (also in tortoise)
photos by Jennia