Fancy Retro Black Outfit

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I fell in love! After that Derelict-ous moment, I had to make room for some quality fashion. Wash my eyes, sanitize my laptop screen and grace your sight with something really fashionable. Not in the migraine-ish kind of way, twisted in turned, transformed and disfigured like the majority of the esteemed high fashblogosphere is feeding us with. No-no! I’m talking about simple fashion, the kind that makes you slap your forehead and say “dang! Why haven’t I thought of that? it’s so easy!”

So here it goes: black pullover, black wide-leg pants. A black scarf around your head if you like and you’ve got this black magic outfit! The original one I fell in love with comes from Aquascutum, fall-winter 2009 2010. Fancy a bit of simple, black fanciness? (photo via)

Aquascutum black pullover wide leg pants


#1 Daydreamer on 09.07.09 at 9:29 am

Very simple, elegant, and chic!!

#2 Ellington on 09.07.09 at 9:59 am

Interesting, it makes me think this is what Princess Leia would wear if she was seduced by the dark side of the force.

#3 café au lait on 09.07.09 at 12:22 pm

I love it veru elegat and simple, and the hat remind me the 30s,

#4 Tavia on 09.07.09 at 5:31 pm

I love black outfits, almost all my fall-winter wardrobe is full of black clothes. I have to admit that I like the pants, they are awesome and they bring back memories. I used to wear such a pants like 14 years ago:)

#5 Adriana on 09.08.09 at 7:22 am

And I love it also. This is a typical look for me. I’ve never stopped to wear wide-legged pants. Trend or not. It makes me feel good because this looks good on me. It’s timeless chic and comfortable at the same time.

#6 kpriss on 09.08.09 at 8:25 pm

lol Ellington! You’re priceless!

Actually there’s one thing bugging me about this outfit: the shoes! I loved it so much when I first saw it, I forgot about the shoes. You see me, me I like pairing a similar outfit with a pair of Converse (no, not the limited edition one ;) ). I could even do high heels (if really, really called for). Those butter-y shoes don’t help here.

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