Style in Ginger and Rosa
Tod's Leather Monk-Strap Loafer with Fringe // Band of Outsiders Plaid Boyfriend Shirt // JCrew Collection Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater (similar) // La Garconne Moderne Didion Chunky Turtleneck // Stella McCartney Skinny Long // COS A-Line Wool Coat // Proenza Schouler Wool and Cashmere-Blend Turtleneck Sweater
This is the second edition of the "Style in Film" series, because I have a habit of watching films based on the aesthetics I gather from screen-grabs alone. Ginger and Rosa is a coming of age film set in the 1960's. It's pretty, definitely, and the story line is okay. I honestly had it on while working on patches, and it was still really easy to follow. Go watch it. Elle Fanning. Why not?
*Obviously this isn't exact to the film. It's an interpretation, and coincidentally a lot like what I'd wear now.
*I own none of the images in this post, nor is this a sponsored post.