Inspired by Evie

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Do you remember by "stylish movies" post on The Mummy (1999 version of course!) I wrote last year? I consider Evie a big style influence, but you might not always be able to tell from my outfits! She wore a lot of white and khaki throughout the film and a number of menswear inspired pieces; she's the only woman in a world dominated by men, so it makes sense that she tries to establish her authority and show that she belongs on the expedition through her fashion choices. As I put this outfit together I instantly got Evie vibes, perhaps a bit of O'Connell as well with my suspenders, but the inspiration was all Evie. Watching films like that one remind me how classic and practical neutrals are. I already love cream and white dresses and blouses, but other than that I tend to wear a lot of color which for me changes by season. A red dress catches my eye in a store, but a neutral piece doesn't grab my attention as much...but I'm starting to think it should. A simple natural linen skirt like this is timeless and season-less. It will look classic and chic now amongst the autumn leaves and still suit spring's greens and summer's sunshine. I can pair it with sandals or layer leggings and boots underneath, match it with a cozy sweater or a ruffly off-the-shoulder blouse. My classic skirt is by Voriagh, an ethical fashion brand based out of France. I've been wearing their clothes for a few years now and I love how often they focus on classic pieces and natural fabrics. If you're also tempted by this skirt (and it comes in other colors) you can use my code ACLOTHESHORSE15 for 15% off. voriagh-25 voriagh-4 voriagh-21-side voriagh-30 voriagh-9
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*pictures edited with Candle from my Cozy Preset Pack*

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5 comments:

  1. This is a beautiful outfit. Wonderful hairstyle as well. Braids really suit you.

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  2. You look sooo beautiful! I was wondering how you curl your bangs, I've been trying for month to curl mine, but I never looks so good as yours. �� Best wishes from Italy

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    1. Thank you! I shared a tutorial on how I style my bangs on Patreon. It's just one of the exclusive posts you can access if you become a patron for as little as $2 https://www.patreon.com/aclotheshorse

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  3. Yes, the braids look very lush--and positively Anne-ish.

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