AWED BY MONICA: THE PONCHO

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ANN TAYLOR CAPE (

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) | RICH & SKINNY JEANS, SIMILAR (

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) | BANANA REPUBLIC SHIRT (

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) | MANOLO BLAHINK PUMPS (

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) | MIUMIU TOTE (

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) | TOM FORD SUNGLASSES (

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) | J CREW FEDORA (

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) | CHRISTIAN DIOR EARRINGS, SIMILAR (

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) | CHANEL PIN, SIMILAR (

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)

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Every season, there are certain silhouettes that always make a debut, and

pon

cho

are one of them. We have seen the cape revamped in various lengths and colors. Regardless of how many ways  we see it , you can never go wrong with a classic black

poncho.

In this classic meets modern look, I pair

the poncho

with a classic white shirts. The shirt sets as a great contrast to the black of the

knit.

Although bell-bottom jeans are not on the forefront of fashion trends right now, they  lend this look a cool 70s appeal. A fedora and round sunglasses also add interest to the overall look and give it a stylish edge. A neutral colored classic tote completes my look, making this outfit a great option for a fashionable day about town.

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