Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Style Inspiration from New York in '69

I never thought I would be posting a style inspiration post drawing on a post from Buzzfeed! I have never been a big fan of the late 60's / 70's style, and I am the last person you will see jumping on the Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent brandwagon, but when I saw these pictures I was fascinated by how wearable the outfits still are! I mean, here we have crop tops, denim on denim and white shoes galore! More than anything though, I love how coordinated these outfits are. Despite my love of effortless dressing, I love that every detail of these looks appears to have been planned to a T. And with that laziness that I, and I'm sure many other people, are prone to in dressing nowadays (I can't be bothered to pick jewellery today/I'll just pair this with a simple top/No-one will notice if the comfy shoes don't go with the rest), I can't help but admire how these girls put such effort into creating the perfect outfit. Plus, how amazing would it be to walk around with belly art?! From BuzzFeed.

31 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures , great inspiration hon` !

    xxx
    M.


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  2. Great inspiration! Would you like to follow on GFC? xx

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  3. Thanks for your lovely words on my last post!
    Great photos!

    Have a great day,
    -Kati

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  4. Fantastic!

    Marisa Silva
    http://stylingdreams.blogspot.pt/

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  5. really nice instpirations :)








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  6. Fashion moves in circles, so no wonder you liked some of the styles and garments. Wonderful photos! x

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  7. Great pics! They are really inspiring!

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  8. ohh, I love all the pictures too!! these outfits are amazing!
    xoxo
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  9. Pretty pictures.

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  10. It's hard to imagine NY at 69' but one thing I know I like about it is the bright colours and the free spirit :)

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  11. wow, grate 60-s! and 70-s flare jeans!!! Thanks for stopping my blog) Today will be a new post)
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  12. I also didn't think this fashion era would influence me, but seeing these interesting looks has given me a whole new perspective!

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  13. Beautiful images!!! All of these people are so stylish <3
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  14. This inspiration is great, I love this fashion era, the prints were so fun x

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  15. What an interesting post! I think when it comes to style we can learn a lot from the 20ies up to the 90ies ;)
    xx

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  16. Cool blog! Thank you for the inspiration!

    Lisa
    paintwithstars.com

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  17. I would love to take a time machine back to the 60s! I adore the shapes, colors, and patterns that they were inspired by.

    Thanks for the visit & comment!
    Lovely blog xx

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