A Breath of Fresh British Air

A Breath of Fresh British Air

There’s something rather charming about unapologetic girly-ness – it’s sweet, primp and classically sexy. Amidst the proliferation of mix-and-match boy-ish garb and baggy clothes, style trends are beating down the purely feminine form of dress. Chloe hasn’t quite taken to the tousled look because she’s all about the frills, the fit, the bold-patterns and the florals. The key, however, is balance; doing it right requires finding the middle ground between British rose- proper and city girl-hip. Chloe makes it work because she identifies the practical end of important basics and embellishes them all with delicate accents. By being able to pin point where comfort and classic style are necessary, and where femininity can be a stylish asset, Chloe allows the lady in her to shine through.
Being British, she also recognizes the quiet and distinguished approach to styling that runs rampant on the streets of London– never frumpy, never doughty but always flirty and fun. Where some (including myself) find discomfort in loud patterns and vivid colors, Chloe embraces them with a flare that is faultlessly lady-like. She tells me that her simple secret to feeling feminine is jewelery; even with an understated outfit, jewelery ups the ante.
With her outfit Chloe layers: a floral print chiffon tank with a white basic underlay, olive, dark-washed skinnies with a gorgeous pair vintage copper leather boots. Never one to forgo the bling, she pairs the look with a pendant necklace and a turquoise cuff to bring out the greenish-blue accents in her top.
Chloe##Q##s style etiquette demonstrates that a womanly look doesn’t have to be about bows, lacy things and pink – it can be comfortable, it can be easy-going and that it is, most certainly, a breath of fresh air.
To Get Chloe`s Look 

Top – Top Shop

Tank – Aritzia

Jeans – Citizens of Humanity, Avedon skinny jeans

Bracelet – Banana Republic

Necklace – Forever21

Boots- Ldarado Leathers in Covent Gardens

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