Free Flarin’.

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As I said before, I love many different styles. I believe a person should dress depending on how they feel on that particular day. If you wake one morning feeling glamorous and want to wear a ball gown, I would feel as though that’s completely normal.I mean why not? It’s your life.

One style that’s my favorite of all favorites is anything with a 70’s vibe. As silly as this sounds my fashion sense probably formed when I was as young as 5 watching Three’s Company EVERY SINGLE DAY!! I loved everything that was worn on that damn show. From Chrissy’s tiny rompers, platform boots, belted hot pants and silky blouses to Janet’s small tees and bell bottoms. But my most favorite of all was Mrs. Roper! I absolutely LOVED her drapey patterned muumuu’s and piles of gold jewelry with her oversized sunnies. I still watch that show to this day!! It’s my all time favorite πŸ™‚

Anyway, one this particular day I was feelin’ vintage and wanted to rock these amazing high waisted flares I picked up from H&M last fall. Paired with my new Steve Madden chunky heels I scored for less than $25 ( I’m 5’3″ so the tall heel was much needed) and with my fringe bag, oversized sunnies and my favorite Band of Gypsies kimono, my look was complete!

So now I’m wondering, how do you feel about the 70’s vibe? Do you believe in trends? Does anything ever really go out of style?? I’d like to touch base on this topic in another post, I have a few opinions about it and would love to hear yours…. but I’ll save that for another day πŸ™‚

Shop this look,

Band of Gypsies Kimono

H&M High Waisted Flared Jeans

Steve Madden Britty in Camel Heels

Rebecca Minkoff Fringe Bag (similar)

Prada Swirl Temple Large Frame Sunglasses

Rt Signature Large Final White

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