The Flared Pants

The new season is just around the corner, but some trends are definitely here to stay! The seventies are still a big thing, and autumn with it’s chilled temperatures calls for woolen hats and more muted colour schemes – perfect for an elegant seventies styling!

Right now, I’m really craving this black, super flared pants by Zara Studio. I can imagine pairing them with a chunky turtleneck or a thin cashmere sweater, or a simple long top.

The perfect match for these totally „Night Fever“-ish pants are, in my book, shirts with a pussy-bow or tie. The light blue cotton shirt by &Other Stories is a more casual option, while the white silk Chloé blouse is also suitable for a fancy dinner or going to the theater. I’m head over heels for this Crêpe de Chine dream, but unfortunately I can’t see it hanging in my closet anytime soon…the price tag is just too crazy 😦

High heels would be the obvious choice to go with the pants, but I think that pointed (pointed being the key word here!) flats are the more wearable alternative – for me, at least, since I never wear heels and simply don’t want to walk around in them all day. Both pairs I’ve picked are from Asos, and both are super affordable. The black ones are a bit more classic, but I also like the more flashy snake print.

On my ever-growing bag wishlist is one of THE it-bags of the moment, the Fay by Chloé. I prefer the smaller version because I don’t like schlepping large bags with me all the time and the small model is still big enough for everyday necessities. I also think the brown version is super nice, this berry tone is such a great colour for fall though! But, since Fay obviously is also on everyone else’s wishlist, it’s constantly sold out everywhere. In every colour.

As it tends to get more windy as soon as autumn hits, I like wearing a hat. Also, to disguise bad hair days. And to look a little glamorous without really doing anything effortful. This dark red model by &Other Stories would be the perfect match for the bag, and look great with trench coats, leather jackets or light wool coats.

A berry tone on the nails can never be a wrong choice, but a light pastel colour like the pastel yellow one from Uslu Airlines‘ DJ & DJane Collab is a nice option to brighten up those grey autumn days. All Uslu Airlines nail polishes are free of harsh ingredients, not tested on animals and filled in the EU. Plus, the pretty packaging doesn’t hurt either 😉

I love a red or dark lip, but nudes always work as well. Like this classic from Chanel, Rouge Coco No 434 Mademoiselle. It’s texture is so creamy and moisturizing, almost like wearing lip balm!

What do you think of the Seventies style revival? Are you tired of it yet or still up for a little seventies vibe? C u Lovies,

xx Verena