Valentine’s Week: The Movies

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Jacket, AllSaints / Scarf, Madewell / Boots, Steve Madden / Bag, LF

With Valentine’s Day (or Galentine’s Day, however you’ll be celebrating it) around the corner, I thought it would be fun to present you guys with different outfits inspired by different dates you guys might be going on this Saturday! This first look is for a casual movie date. I kept it comfortable with jeans and a scarf, while adding some edge and personality with the leather jacket and studded boots. See you back here tomorrow with Valentine’s Week’s second look!

xx

“This Madame, is Versailles”

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It was going to come out eventually. Yes, despite my style which leans toward the casual side, I absolutely adore the movie Marie Antoinette, directed by Sofia Coppola. Though the story of Marie Antoinette’s life was sad, there is no shame in taking some inspiration from this beautifully shot and styled film. If I’m ever feeling frivolous, I watch it. If I need to feel a little more frivolous, I watch it. If I feel like sitting around in sweats and a t-shirt, I still watch it.

I’m not one to wear pastel colored frills, but there’s something about this movie that can bring the girliness out of anybody. I actually take a lot of inspiration from this film when picking outfits for formal events. It gets me excited to dress up in a pretty dress and put on heels and just be a girl. The credits start rolling and suddenly all I want to do is go out and buy something pink and frilly. If you ever need a fresh outlook on style, you might consider turning back to the 18th century.

*Photos not mine*