With a little bit of black, and a little bit of leopard print, I’ve taken a very classic French look and given it some la bombe flair. The matching set and monochromatic tones keep it classy and chic, while the beret, basket bag, and kitten heels take the outfit from basic to iconic.
french street style
J.ING is one of the brands I’ve become loyal to. Not only because they have designs that are current with the fashion trends, but also because they have dedicated their brand to making high quality pieces for affordable prices, without sacrificing quality in manufacturing. They are one of my go-to brands for styling a look that’s above-par. Check out my other J.ING look inspired by French New Wave!
Whenever I style an outfit for a shoot or an event, I first go with whatever mood I’m in. Wether I want to dress up or be comfy, I stay true to my feelings so I will be comfortable and therefore confident. Then I look for key pieces that contribute to that “signature Sarah Loven” look. What accessory takes the outfit to the next level, without trying too hard? What era does this outfit channel?
It should be apparent by now that I always take note from French style, and add my own twist to it. If I can add a vintage spin to it, then I feel like I’ve put together the perfect outfit that immediately tells people who I am. Classic, but fashion forward. Aware of the trends, but not ruled by them. Chic, but effortless. And J.ING creates the perfect pieces to create those signature looks, and keep in my wardrobe for many seasons to come.
Striped Set: J.ING | Shoes: Matisse Footwear | Basket Purse: Poléne
Necklace: Pamela Card | Top: Lulus | Beret: Enjoué Collectif