New Fall look – Calling the 70’s

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Bringing you a Fall look with a relaxed feeling.

Perfect layers to get warm in these cold days and showing you how to combine old and new items, as well as some of my own creations!

 

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Flared jeans are back! I talked about this some weeks ago here. I’m very excited about it because I always thought flared jeans really flatter me. And I find them quite fun! Luckily they are now back in the stores as one of the hottest trends of this season. But if you’re even more lucky you’ll find some in your wardrobe. Yes, those flared jeans that were hiding there the last decade, bring them out! The ones I’m wearing just came from the wardrobe of a friend of mine and I’m really glad I can give them a new life. I combine them with these massive platform heels, which I love and are also very 70s. The cardigan/kimono I’m wearing is handmade (you can see the post here and who knows make one too)! To finish the look I added this new scarf I got from H&M, super fluffy and warm! The bag you had seen already in a previous outfit, but I just really like big bags to carry all the ‘important’ stuff around.

How are you layering this Fall? What do you think of this look? Just leave me a comment below!

Xo,

Catia

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Flared jeans – Lee (similar here)

Black top basic – Mango (similar here)

Cardigan/kimono – DIY (similar here)

Scarf – H&M (available here)

Bag – Mango (similar here)

Shoes – local store in Oporto (similar here)

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Cátia

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5 comments

    1. I really like them! And I’m so glad I didn’t need to spend loads of money on new ones :D
      And don’t mind my serious face, but it was really freezing!! brrr
      xx

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