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This old world is a new world

It’s officially COLD with a capital K, so as I was browsing Style.com, I was inspired by the warm and fuzzy fur vests in a few of the Fall shows.

I don’t buy new fur, but y’all know I can’t resist vintage, so I decided to pull out the ol’ Monchichi vest and high-waisted teacher pants.

Vintage vest & purse, thrifted gloves, trousers & blouse, DKNY heels

I felt half ’70s Charlie girl, half ’40s screen vixen, and half burly woodsman. Yes, I have three halves, in addition to extremely sophisticated math skills, ‘kay? Don’t try to figure it out, IT WILL HURT UR BRANE.

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4 Comments
  • Julie

    December 3, 2010 at 10:42 am Reply

    Thank you, thank you. I love vintage fur, and just bought a new vintage stole, and am glad to hear others who have no issue with it. I’d never buy new, but I love my vintage stuff.

  • chris graves

    December 3, 2010 at 4:35 pm Reply

    Hey!
    Glad to have you with us over at Cincinnati.Com. Great look, too; btw.

    Chris

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  • Charlene

    December 3, 2010 at 9:49 pm Reply

    Three halves = unique take on vintage outfit + maybe a little bit of incorrect mathematics

    Still! I really dig the combination of the dramatic vest (I’ve been looking for good fur coats recently) and wearing gray and neutrals together.

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