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Seriously who doesn't love Jane Birkin? The style icon's 70's aesthetic of classic outfits is one that fits into every woman's wardrobe. And the best part is she always looks cool AND comfortable.
See below for 3 Ways to Dress like Jane Birkin on Vacation:
Outfit 1. White Eyelet Dress + Denim + Basket Tote
White cotton plays a huge role in Jane Birkin's wardrobe and a denim piece is always close behind. So whether it's a white dress or a white eyelet top paired with wide leg jeans, this is your Jane B 'Get the look' 101. It's also the perfect outfit to take you from breakfast to sight seeing to evening drinks. And of course don't forget you Birkin Basket Tote!
Outfit 2. Peasant Top + Denim Shorts + Straw Hat
A super easy look to throw together, and also explains why Jane B always looks so comfortable. Add a full skirt and wedges for evenings.
Outfit 3. Polka Dot Dress + Basket Bag + Red Espadrilles
This polka dot wrap dress works for almost every body shape. I love the idea of wearing your bikini underneath ('Birkin' white of course) so you're ready for a quick dip in the pool! Add red espadrilles and a basket bag for extra Birkin style points.
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I mean!! If this image doesn't make you want to rush out and buy a white button-down shirt, I don't know what will. Lauren Hutton is literally a timeless classic in a timeless classic. Get inspired and check out my 3 fresh ways to wear your favourite shirt.
Outfit 1. Wide Leg Trousers
In theory, white trousers would be wonderful but in practice - at work, on the subway, collecting the kids, life! - it's not so practical. So embrace the tailored aspect and opt for a (more sensible) darker hue. Style Tip: Try high waisted for an updated and ultra chic silhouette.
Outfit 2. Jeans
It practically goes without saying that you should pair a classic with another classic. Opt for a looser shirt and on-trend high waisted jeans and channel another icon, Jane Birkin.
Outfit 3. Pleated skirt
The on trend, midi length, pleated skirt isn't going anywhere and if you don't already own one I think now's the time! Style tip: Try a collarless shirt for a simpler cut and make sure to roll up your sleeves.