You may be confused as to why this post is titled a Moschino season that was 3 years ago. I don’t consider it vintage, I’m pretty sure the “rule” on vintage is 10 years or more. Some people even say 20 years or more, and that’s longer than I have even been alive. I remember vividly when this collection came out. It was entirely plaid, check, roses, gold embroidery and everything I could’ve dreamed of in a collection. It reminded me of Blair Waldorf (my style idol alter ego since the age of 11) and Constance Billard School For Girls, if you’re not getting my references, first I sigh and shed a tear you’ve missed out, but I assume most of you are right there with me in adoring the classic and nearly iconic styles of Gossip Girl. I dreamed of the Moschino A/W13 collection and I was able to get my hands on the blazer worn in this post on sale for Christmas that year. I coveted it and kept it as a rarely worn item in my closet. The just a few years later on my favorite app I’m always mentioning, depop, where I find all my best “vintage” finds I found this amazing skirt in flawless condition from the same Moschino collection. That was it, I was convinced that I officially had the most perfect outfit ever.
Where else do you wear the most perfect outfit ever…well PARIS OF COURSE! Even though Moschino is an italian brand I felt as though this look embodied the classically chic look I was going for while in France. With its quintessential structured tailoring and sharp lines the pieces are absolutely timeless. Not to mention that we all know mixing prints has been very in the last few years and to follow in the footsteps of Acne and Vivienne Westwood mixing plaids is perfectly acceptable as well. On this day in paris we were exploring the museums and walking The Seine so I paired my french Feiyue sneakers with the look and a classic white silk button down blouse, obviously don’t forget the most classic piece of all the Chanel Flap Bag.
Choker: River Island Earrings: Chanel