a personal style blog by Lauren Pfieffer

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

And We Run.

Sunflower Dress, Sherling Coat, Boots: Thrifted.
Wide Brimmed Hat: c/o OASAP.
Infinity Scarf: H&M.
Lipstick in MAC's Myth.

Hello there!

We got a gorgeous little taste of what the New York area got the other day in snow fall. Around my apartment and campus it's already all turned slushy and brown...but when you go outside the college to outskirts you see the simply untouched beauty. A good, heavy snow fall will always be one of my winter favorites!

This outfit was inspired by a spread in the latest February Teen Vogue issue I picked up when I was home. It used Bella Hadid as a model, and it was all 1970's inspired with bulky coats, cool hats, undone hair, and the best "rock star" vibe ever. I've never been much into 1970's fashion, but I have actually been quite intrigued by it lately and tried working some of its influence into my style. We're doing a project for my fashion forecasting class on mapping the zeitgeists of an era, and instead of choosing my usual 40's or 50's, I decided to test the water out in 1970's territory for once. Going well so far! x

With much love, Lauren.


Elizabeth said...

Beautiful, simply beautiful <3

Anonymous said...

I do love the 70's style not bell bottoms but how natural women looked, long beautiful effortless hair, barely there makeup. Comfortable flowing clothes, boho sense of style. I think today women just got so far away from there natural beauty that its just sad. I love natural makeup brands and a natural look its so less complicated. You can buy natural makeup and facewash/moisturizers at Sprouts or WholeFoods. Try the brand Mineral Fusion or 100% pure, HoneyBee Gardens is very affordable .

Tineke said...

Your dress is so cute!
xx Tineke

Jana K said...

I love the 70's vibe! You look so darling. And these photos are beautiful. I am so jealous of the snow!

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Unknown said...

I'm absolutely loving this look, Lauren! You look great! Sunflower patterns in the snow are just the best!

Hope you are having a lovely week and you are adjusting well to the new semester!


Britney @ Scout and Company said...

That is exciting that you are testing out a new area!! Would love to see your fashion work sometime girlie <3

Kailey said...

I don't think there is a style you wouldn't look perfect in <3

Unknown said...

Love this. Sunflowers in winter >>>>

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