My Modern Audrey Attempt

Inspired by Angie's blog post I shopped my closet and used dark denim and a navy cashmere sweater to try to create a modern Audrey outfit. The scarf is from a street vendor in Italy, loafers are the most dressy that I own.
Not shown, but I used a blush JCrew wool Stadium coat because the navy scarf has pink/blush flowers on it. Instead of a pearl necklace I chose large pearl earrings. What do you think? Is it Audrey-esque? Suggestions?

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28 Comments

  • chewyspaghetti replied 1 year ago

    Very Audrey-ish. You look great, Joy!

  • Joy replied 1 year ago

    Thanks, Khris.

  • bonnie replied 1 year ago

    This is a wonderful '
    "Audrey" inspiration outfit!!!

  • Firecracker replied 1 year ago

    You are a natural for this look, Joy. I like your metallic loafers and bag with this outfit. They go nicely with the scarf, and everything harmonizes beautifully with your hair.

  • marianna replied 1 year ago

    So fabulous! And those earrings are incredible!

  • Joy replied 1 year ago

    Thank you , Bonnie. I'm happy that it is doing what I'd hoped.
    Firecracker, I could hug you.
    Marianna, this style of earring is becoming a favorite for me. They bring the eye to one's face.

  • LACeleste replied 1 year ago

    Beautiful look Joy!

  • Mirjana replied 1 year ago

    I can only say fantastic, you look really beautiful, just "Audrey" outfit on your way. I love your metallic shoes and bag, go nicely with your hair.

  • Xtabay replied 1 year ago

    Truly fab, and true to the spirit of Audrey! 

  • Ryce replied 1 year ago

    Great interpretation! I love that your scarf is a souvenir of what I assume was a wonderful trip!

  • Suz replied 1 year ago

    Absolutely gorgeous, Joy, and a worthy interpretation. I love your scarf and earrings and the shoes are also fab. 

  • Ledonna N. replied 1 year ago

    Nailed it!

    i really like the side tie of the scarf and the beautiful flats.

  • rachelthrives replied 1 year ago

    Yes, totally an Audrey-esque look!

  • Angie replied 1 year ago

    FABULOUS.

    Love the earrings. You nailed it, Joy. 

  • Joy replied 1 year ago

    Thank you, Celeste, Mirjana, Xabay, Ryce, Suz, Ledonna, Rachel and Angie. I'm happy that you can see a bit of Audrey in this outfit.
    The scarf is indeed a prized souvenir of a wonderful first trip to Italy. The earrings are from a fun trip to New Jersey :)

  • JAileen replied 1 year ago

    You really do look fab! I love the shoes, especially.

  • Emily K replied 1 year ago

    A beautiful interpretation--really fab!

  • Momo replied 1 year ago

    Beautiful !

  • Brooklyn replied 1 year ago

    Very Audrey-esque! Fabulous.

  • Debbie replied 1 year ago

    Beautiful! Love the earrings.

  • shevia replied 1 year ago

    Definitely Audrey and definitely fab!

  • Lyn D. replied 1 year ago

    No suggestions as this looks perfectly Audreyish!
    I especially like the pant cropped to the perfect length and the unique scarf.

  • Runcarla replied 1 year ago

    Just lovely, Joy. I especially love that the scarf has a story.

  • Sal replied 1 year ago

    I agree with everyone else, Audrey is a great fit for you.  You look terrific.

  • Sisi replied 1 year ago

    I think you look very Audrey-esque ( you have the right body to do the Audrey style). The scarf has wonderful colors and the shoes are beautiful!

  • citygirldc replied 1 year ago

    You are an Audrey for sure! :)

  • Angie replied 1 year ago

    Joy how about these Summer booties: 

  • Joy replied 1 year ago

    Thank you all for your lovely comments! I do have an Audrey body type but, unfortunately, not her cute gamine features and youth. Angie, those perforated summer booties look wonderful. The review says that these run small and narrow while the Lucky booties I have run large so that a half size smaller than my usual size was the best fit. Any advice on size from your experience with this style?

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