Navajo Chic

15Dec11

My winter weekend style is as follows: jeans or leggings, over the knee boots, and a long sweater (like my newest purchase, yum!!). I like to be comfortable and cozy on the weekends when running errands or catching a movie, and this outfit seems to be my go-to weekend staple.

A friend of mine who has great style inspired me to do this post. We dress similarly as far as our weekend style goes, but she has some super cool pieces in her closet, such as Native American inspired sweaters, that add a chic and unique element to her outfits.

Navajo inspired prints are certainly nothing new, but they came back in a big way this fall/winter, and I think they look best with classic pieces, such as dark skinny jeans, rich brown riding boots, and a structured bag. What a great look!

Here are some cool Navajo inspired prints to add to your wardrobe:

Free People Sweater, Asos Now $136.35

Dynamite Poncho, Revolve Clothing $198

Lauren Jeans Co. Sweater, Moniva Long Sleeve Hooded Printed Wrap Cardigan, Macy’s $219.99

Alice + Olivia Navajo Cascade Poncho, Revolve Clothing $347

What do you guys think of Navajo inspired pieces?

– Cher

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2 Responses to “Navajo Chic”

  1. Haha I’m totally on board with this fun trend! I’ve seen it since the fall, but it can be tough to get Navajo right, without looking ridiculous — at least at Forever 21. I love this trend, along with the perennial Fair Isle look, although I’m still on the lookout for the perfect cozy sweater or cardi that reflects these 2 textiles.


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