Fashion, Outfit of the Day

Chevron Shirt

Chevron is like the print that keeps on giving. From tapestries, drinkware, to apparel, this pattern is everywhere. Here is how I styled my latest zigzag find.

 

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The Glamorous Chevron and On Knit Top from Nasty Gal throws back to the 1970’s, and the orangey-brown hues make it the perfect fall piece. Featuring a mock-neck, and cropped fitted bodice, this little thing was made for high-waisted bottoms. With the temperatures dropping in San Francisco, I paired this top with high-waisted denim pants, although I originally planned to wear a high-rise denim skirt. I incorporated a boho leather and silver belt to create a smooth transition from top to bottom and layered up with a faux fur vest. I completed the look with a pair of mustard statement earrings and my new “boots with the fur” from ShoeDazzle.
 

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Shop this Post:

Top | Jeans (similar) | Vest | Shoes (Joann by Leila Stone)

 

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3 Comments

  • Reply Karin Rypl November 6, 2015 at 7:40 am

    This a fabulous outfit. Love the 70’s influence & colors.

    • Reply KKandGG November 6, 2015 at 12:59 pm

      Thanks! I am slowly but surely realizing I should have been alive in the 70’s to wear all of this clothing in its prime!

  • Reply Clogging Around the City – Kelsey Kaplan Fashion January 11, 2016 at 7:00 am

    […] months ago I purchased this awesome fringe shrug from Nasty Gal. I had hoped for it to go over a chevron shirt, but that outfit did not turn out as planned. After the first failed attempt, I tried it with a […]

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