Chiara Ferragni's Paris Fashion Week Look Channels The '70s And You Can Pull It Off With These Affordable Pieces
Chiara Ferragni is a go-to fashion icon and the epitome of fabulous style, so, naturally, she's pulled out all the stops for Paris Fashion Week. I've been super impressed by all her looks this month, but Chiara Ferragni's straight off of the Milan runway ensemble from Saturday just might be the best one yet. Jealous, much? I know I am!
The Blonde Salad blogger sure didn’t waste any time getting into these clothes, and who could blame her? These '70s-inspired digs are to-die-for. Her Philosophy look was full of patterns, providing a perfect example for how to rock mixed prints the right way. She sported floral printed overalls with a long sleeve blouse in the same print, but — and this is key — the items were different colors. The distinction gave just the right balance to this look and made the whole thing look totally effortless.
Ferragni channeled the ‘70s in this get-up, which, as you've probably heard, is going to be a major trend for fall. Plus, the vibe is great for festival season! Since both the '70s and overalls are back in, style, you can easily pull off this look, too. Even if you don’t have the luxury of wearing ripped-from-the runway ensembles (fashion goals, am I right?), you can still wear a similar outfit. Where there’s a will there’s a way, that's my motto.
So, check out these outfit pairings and shop them today for all of your pattern-matching festival-going, 1970's free bird needs.
The Blonde Salad’s Look:
Life in Progress Bandana Print Chambray Shirt, Forever 21
ASOS Reclaimed Vintage Overalls In Tile Print, ASOS
ASOS Top With Clean High Neck In Black And White Check, ASOS
ASOS Reclaimed Vintage Overalls, ASOS
Vintage Martha Top, Nasty Gal
Clustered Rose-Print Overalls, Forever 21
Oasis Mono Print Peplum Top, ASOS
Abercrombie & Fitch Floral Strappy Overall Jumpsuit, ASOS
Pleated Neck Floral Blouse, Forever 21
Flynn Skye Yup Overalls in Ditzy Print, ASOS
Images: Forever 21 (3), ASOS (6), Nasty Gal