Have you scrolled through Instagram, Pinterest, or your favorite blogs and had the thought that there was nothing there for you? I find it helpful to take inspiration from young women who also have a classic style personality.
I enjoy seeing how other women put classic basics together in a relaxed, updated way. It inspires me to use pieces already in my closet to create a new look appropriate for me.
My jeans are ankle length and slim-fitting but not frayed at the hem. My Levi’s jacket isn’t over-sized, nor is it heavily distressed. My white top is more fitted than the original photo, allowing me to layer a vest over it for warmth and color. My boots have lower heels, and my bag is more compact than those in the inspiration photo, but the neutral effect is comparable.
Inspiration is helpful, but if you aren’t comfortable with a result, it isn’t a success. It is crucial to narrow your search to your style personality since you will likely already have similar items in your closet. With inspiration, we can use what we own to create new combinations. My looks might be a nod to the originals, but they are never exact duplicates.
My accessories are also minimal, and my sunglasses are over-sized and current. My natural-looking lip color is “Little Black Dress” by Beautycounter here.
My navy vest is here (I also purchased the black one). My denim jacket is here. My winter white Everlane jeans are from last year. Similar here. My T is here. My Ralph Lauren bag is from last year. Similar here. The Ralph Lauren boots are from last year. Referral and affiliate links in my posts may generate a small commission for me at no cost to you.