Faux Fur Coat: Zara Sale (old), £23 // Fringed Bag*: c/o Brand Village // Dress: H&M via Boot Sale, £1 // Hat: New Look, £10 (old) // Necklaces: Chelsea Doll* & Camden Market

Today's outfit post is a little different from my usual posts, I decided to inject a bit of creativity and narrative. The late 60's and early 70's have always been a great inspiration into everything I do whether it be my wardrobe, my artwork, my make up, my music taste and I've even pushed my bedroom towards a Woodstock vibe. I've been told a couple of times (by older generations) that I remind them of a 60's - 70's groupie, which I've taken as a huge compliment as I'm obsessed with the likes of the Pamela De Barres, Uschi Obermaier and Sable Starr. If you were to look through my wardrobe you would see that it's mainly dominated with inspiration from the 60's-70's including lots of faux fur, paisley prints, fringing, waistcoats, floral prints, tan suedes, lace, batwing and bell sleeves. There's a growing section dedicated to my Minkpink garments which are heavily influenced by the Woodstock era.

To create my early 70's inspired look today, I've grabbed the faithful oversized, floppy hat along with this 70's inspired print, batwing dress by H&M that I picked up from a bootsale for just £1! The start of winter has also meant I've been able to dig out my fur coats (I have quite a collection!), and this faux fur, cropped one was reduced to just £23 from around £100 in the Zara sale last year! It's the favourite in my faux fur collection at the moment. This wonderful fringed bag was sent to me by Brand Village, which fits in perfectly with my 70's themed outfit today. It's a gorgeous pale grey colour, which is perfectly transferable for both the summer and winter months.





P.S. I can't actually play the ukelele! Someone teach me?



Faux Fur Coat: Zara Sale (old), £23 // Fringed Bag*: c/o Brand Village // Dress: H&M via Boot Sale, £1 // Hat: New Look, £10 (old) // Necklaces: Chelsea Doll* & Camden Market

Today's outfit post is a little different from my usual posts, I decided to inject a bit of creativity and narrative. The late 60's and early 70's have always been a great inspiration into everything I do whether it be my wardrobe, my artwork, my make up, my music taste and I've even pushed my bedroom towards a Woodstock vibe. I've been told a couple of times (by older generations) that I remind them of a 60's - 70's groupie, which I've taken as a huge compliment as I'm obsessed with the likes of the Pamela De Barres, Uschi Obermaier and Sable Starr. If you were to look through my wardrobe you would see that it's mainly dominated with inspiration from the 60's-70's including lots of faux fur, paisley prints, fringing, waistcoats, floral prints, tan suedes, lace, batwing and bell sleeves. There's a growing section dedicated to my Minkpink garments which are heavily influenced by the Woodstock era.

To create my early 70's inspired look today, I've grabbed the faithful oversized, floppy hat along with this 70's inspired print, batwing dress by H&M that I picked up from a bootsale for just £1! The start of winter has also meant I've been able to dig out my fur coats (I have quite a collection!), and this faux fur, cropped one was reduced to just £23 from around £100 in the Zara sale last year! It's the favourite in my faux fur collection at the moment. This wonderful fringed bag was sent to me by Brand Village, which fits in perfectly with my 70's themed outfit today. It's a gorgeous pale grey colour, which is perfectly transferable for both the summer and winter months.





P.S. I can't actually play the ukelele! Someone teach me?

21 comments

  1. ooh cool photos, you look awesome, I adore your dress and coat

    - ordaining serendipity

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  2. wowza, I'm being transferred in 70s groupie-ness...Love the bag, & your furry coat, and that quasi-innocent stare you're rocking in one of the first photos

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  3. oh wow miss travers. look at you looking all amazing. it makes me want to go a bit 70's.. although i couldn't pull it off like you. and hello the bag is divine!xx

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  4. I love these photos, you look so cool! x

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  5. Gorgeous photos, I love the fur coat. Loving the 60s-70s inspired look too!!

    Robyn Mayday
    xx

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  6. Amazing pictures. ;)
    I love your faux fur coat. :)

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  7. Dude, you're not a groupie.. You're a Band Aid! Penny Lane is my fictional style hero and I dream of finding a coat like hers one day.

    These photos are great.
    X

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    1. PS. Is the feather necklace Chelsea Doll or Camden Market..?

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    2. Hahaha yes! She's my biggest fictional style hero! The feather necklace is Chelsea Doll :) xx

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  8. Loveeee these photos, you look great x

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  9. Wow! You really do look like you should be in Almost Famous, which is one of my most favourite movies ever! I can just see you partying with Penny and Russell in an American motel wearing that get-up! You look gorge!
    Sarah xx
    www.thegirlabouttown.co.uk

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  10. I am in love with these photos, wowee!

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  11. You look so pretty, I adore that jacket

    http://alittlebitunique.blogspot.co.uk/

    x

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  12. oh you beauty, you! These pictures are stunning. Although the title upsets me - I lost my copy of Almost Famous & even Netflix don't have it :( x

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  13. this is so so good, i love it! almost famous is my favourite film and love this sort of look! Liking your new take on the old outfit post, narratives are fun xxx

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  14. these shots look sooo good!

    x

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  15. Love this look!!
    Officially have a new follower!
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    S xx

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  16. where is your camera from? it's so cool! please tell me :)

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  17. perfect name for the look! love that 70s vibe

    Jessica
    http://www.jumpintopuddles.com/

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  18. You look incredible. Why oh why can't I pull off hats like you can?

    xx

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