Fashion journalist and blogger Pandora Sykes has the most charming personal style that you don't have to be a british blonde to pull off (though it doesn't hurt). Her love of denim and faux fur and 70's trends is grounded with a mix of high and low pieces that we can all work into our wardrobes. Find out how to get Pandora's London look below!
Turtlenecks with anything and everything.
Sykes has seriously taken the turtleneck trend to the next level with a closet full of different tops and sweaters with the high neckline. She layers them under dresses and jumpsuits, tucks them into short skirts and wears them every season.
Sykes makes denim extra stylish with pieces that button up the front, from button-front skirts to buttoned-up jumpsuits and everything in between. The style is both extra casual and cute, making sophisticated pieces look more playful.
70's shag fur coats.
Sykes loves to cover up in great furry coats. She opts for faux fur like a good samaritan, exhaggerating the typical silhouette with oversized shag jackets. What other way is there to keep warm but a statemend coat? This furry style is trendy and adorable, adding some fun to the colder months.
Long sleeved maxidresses.
Another 70's-inspired trend Sykes loves is a good floor-length, bohemian dress. The style is modest and pretty, covering up her svelte frame in the breeziest styles. To show a little more skin, opt for a shirtdress with a low neckline or a collar that can be unbuttoned.
Is anyone else getting serious fall dressing inspiration? Sykes takes 70's trends to the next level for colder weather, and we can't wait to try and do the same.