Anyway, I do agree that Diane Keaton is exceptional in this movie: luminous, magnetic, natural and just slightly mysterious. And as you all know from her movie costumes - most of which were reportedly her own collections of men's vintage fashion - incredibly stylish. I borrowed some of that menswear sensibility for this outfit.
|Eeeek the one thing I don't like about button-downs: gaps!|
evoke that concert-festival dandy look with my accessories, so I piled on my androgynous pieces. Silver necklace with heart, tusk and garnet pendant, a gift from my hubby + Bangkok; bead necklace, SM Department Store; bracelets, Bosquejo.