Fashion: 70’s Inspired Spring Work Wear

So normally I have a very ‘safe’ work wardrobe of blazers, black skirts or trousers and shirts or blouses. Recently there’s been a fair bit of sunshine but not been warm enough, almost similar to the weather in September. With that in mind, I was inspired to wear this outfit of wide legged jeans with boots and a cold shoulder top.

The cold-shoulder top is from Boohoo and the jeans are from Next. I love the colour combination, and the jeans were so comfortable with a soft feel and plenty of stretch in the material.

I bought the brown leather belt when I went to Florence, Italy, and paired with some boots in the same colour. I can’t remember where the boots are from – but I think maybe Deichmann shoes.

I like the gold buckle on the belt and how it pairs with the golden tone from the scarf. The silk scarf was from H&M years ago. I recently reorganised my wardrobe and re-discovered all my scarves. I’ve now put them at the base of the wardrobe so I can easily see them and hopefully I’ll be more likely to wear them!

Totally out of my comfort zone to wear this style, but I was really pleased with the result! Don’t mind the background! haha

I have linked some options below if you want to recreate the look,

This top from New Look
This scarf from Asos
These Alice McCall stretch-cotton corduroy wide-leg flares from Net-A-Porter

I felt that the overall look came together nicely. I used the Urban Decay Born To Run palette to create a soft golden-bronze eye, with brown mascara by Amazon Find.

I was feeling a tad under the weather, but felt fierce and confident in my outfit, especially after so many complements!

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