Stylelogue: Flocking Ostrich Feather
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HOW TO STYLE OSTRICH FEATHER FOR SPRING
With the Spring Season within reach, we really wanted to highlight one of the more favored trends of the season. If you think you’re seeing a lot of feathers now, just wait a few more weeks! Ganni was one of the first brands to release pieces with feather enhancements – I’m obsessed with this balloon sleeve top! It’s such a great contrast and would look killer with some mom jeans! Loffler Randall really has some stunning accessories from hair combs to evening wear bags! Lastly, the look I’m wearing in this post was inspired by the Sleeper wearable pajama – they make stunning wearable sleepwear with ostrich feather trim!
Scored on Lucy Paris, this pajama top and pajama pant with feathers make for the perfect feather set and combined is under $200! Love the versatility of the pieces as well and how they can be styled with these mesh pumps and the most coveted $30 leather clutch from Amazon! This is a great example of a look that you can take from day to night! Style it for the day with an oversized blazer and remove in the evening with a night look! If you like traveling in comfort and style, this is the perfect set with a coatigan and some sneakers!
I love Cortney in these light neutrals and how her overall look not only provides a great contrast but complements our other two looks! It’s fabulous! I love the ease of the ostrich bolero and how it can quickly be dressed up or down with the right styling! Cortney took some “elevated basics” and styled them up with her feather bolero and sassy pumps! To view Cortney’s full post, visit The Grey Edit. Her feather bolero is the perfect way to elevate to a casual look with some fun texture.
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ostrich jacket | bodysuit | denim | bag | pumps
Elisa is giving me all the Parisian chic and Gossip Girl vibes with this look! She played with all the textures by complimenting the feathers with her stunning tweed jacket and mesh tights combo! She has created a wearable feather look that you can take from day to night – removing her jacket and adding a dramatic lip! To visit Elisa’s full post, visit E for Elisa.
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blouse | feather top | feather skirt | jacket | tights | bag | belt | pumps
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pajama top | pajama pant with feathers | mesh pumps | leather clutch
4 thoughts on “Stylelogue: Flocking Ostrich Feather”
God how good it became
Nice, I like the blazer.
really well written
Im just speechless after reading the blog.