When styling this jacket, I realized the best way to pair it was to simply keep it in line with its 70s nature. I styled my momma's vintage jacket (hello, Penny Lane) with majorly high-waisted bellbottoms, a mod polo, and Aldo booties. Finishing the look with some hoop earrings, my Odette bracelet (I throw on just about every day) and my glasses from Frameri.
I had been needing new glasses for years. My glasses from 8th grade became extremely dated--clearly--and I grew to loathe them. So much so that I only wore them in the dark, if I could help it. It wasn't until I physically lost my glasses that I was forced to get a new pair.
Buying from Frameri was an easy decision: 1) Supporting a local business and 2) supporting a unique, local business. Frameri is one of its kind with their interchangeable lenses. They are made to pop in and out, so you can change up your frames of all shapes, styles, and colors, as you so choose.
I never thought my decision would land on green frames, but this color somehow wears like a neutral, all while making my green eyes come to life. Thank you Frameri for being a friendly, neighborhood spot, providing quality, and all the compliments that came with my up-to-date specs.
A huge thank you to the talented and loveliest Tracy Doyle for the photography in this post, and Haley Cator for hair and makeup.