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Jalouse-y

Last weekend, I took some time to catch up on my required reading--magazines, of course--and came across an editorial of pitch-perfect '70s secretary looks in the February issue of Jalouse:I don't know how they knew (darn Frenchies!), but this is exactly how I want to dress right now. Ladylike blouses, belted blazers, and cropped trousers are at the top of my Spring wish list. For now, I'm making do

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Current Obsession: Sailor Stripes

Technically, this isn't just a current obsession since I always love a good Breton top, but  feverishly wishing for Spring while acknowledging that it's only 33 degrees necessitates compromise. I appreciate the way stripe-y boatneck tops feel carefree and preppy (like Spring) and can still serve as a great layering piece under three sweaters and a coat when Winter refuses to exit stage left.Splendid Nautical stripe top, Bicyclette.ca; ; Post

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Gucci, Mayne

I've never loved Frida Gianinni's version of Gucci as much as I loved Tom Ford's version, but this ish right here? THE COLORS! It was somewhat derivative and a bit costume-y, but I happen to love costumes, so the '70s-meets-'40s vibe worked for me. It even inspired me to do some screen-shopping for highly saturated color and Dolemite-worthy headgear. Cerrado Tunic, Anthropologie;Marc by Marc pencil skirt, Farfetch; Michael Michael

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