How the west was worn

June 23rd, 2015 | no comments

Fashion Hound

Fashion Hound

Fashion Hound

Graffiti

Fashion Hound

Eco Chic

fashion hound

Fashion Hound

Fashion Hound

Fashion Hound

Perhaps I was a cowgirl in a past life but lately I can feel a western breeze blowing back in on the Fashion Hound front.

Navajo turqouise, vintage leather, lace, levi’s, faux fur, feathers and fabulous beaten up boots. In my 20’s I really dripped in an American Indian inspired aesthetic, [I used to wear knee high authentic suede moccassins over jeans with vintage t-shirts and plaits in my hair! #TrueStory] but now in my 30’s I’m feeling a more refined interpretation.

Statement pieces in amongst classic style – organised eclectic!

Seeing this concept in the July British Vogue with Stella Tennant on the cover Рthe ageless style issue, has really inspired me to marry my past loves with my fashion future Рto play!

My recent Salvos Stores thrift finds – a faux fur scarf in the most brilliant of burnt orange and a divine Samantha Wills preloved turqouise neck piece have set the scene. I teamed it with a simple white top and black skirt I thrifted in Northern California for $5 – I have worn it so much! My gorgeous turquoise cuff I found at the Salvation Army on 46th St in NYC – also $5 would you believe!

Feature pieces work for any body shape and are the perfect way to tell your one of a kind style story. In sea of modern minimalism why not be a muse for something a little more unique, whilst keeping it ineffably chic.

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As luck would have it on a day out with friends I met the divine Mr RUFFALO, the little monkey even matched my outfit.

Then just around the corner was the most perfect western inspired graffiti wall – what fashion synergy!

Thanks so much to Pete, Shannon and Freddy for taking the time and the pics x

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