Can’t you imagine picking lemons in a Sicilian grove in this? I love the silk headscarf and cat eye sunglasses combo which is such an instant retro, glamorous touch to a fairly simple outfit. Fun fact, this beautiful scarf was actually made and bought in Sicily, where my great grandparents came from before they emigrated to New York in the early 20th century. Besides, it protects your hair from flying around in your convertible (such an old Hollywood cliché) or, if you’re like me, live in a windy city. Here I paired cream pants with a thin beige sweater, camel loafers, a sand-colored structured bag and a scarf that ties in all the colors. Don’t forget your timeless cat eye sunglasses! ???? (Scroll down to read more!)
Cream pants like these from NA-KD (hopefully will come back in stock again soon – USA, UK, Germany) are my all-time favorites at the moment since they look super chic with any top, and are long and loose enough to be worn at home (I got a second pair for going out ;)). Look out for a straight or tapered cut that hits you at the ankle which may take some time getting used to. But now I can’t imagine how I came this far without that type of pant style since they are the most practical (not too look, not too short)! I‘m a tall girl (175 cm / 5 ft 8) and so I don’t always want pants that turn into capris when I sit down. Don’t get me wrong, cropped pants look super chic and can really draw attention to your sock booties or loafers but it’s super important to have a variety of pants with different lengths and cuts. Add a white wool cool to finish off the light-toned look!
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