I'll admit it- I do have my issues with Woody Allen's "nervous romance," Annie Hall. It seems to send a message that women change/make themselves over for a man, in his image. With the possible exception of My Fair Lady, this does not seem romantic to me. Grow with a person= yes; become their clone= no. However, the film has its good points too. Inventive storytelling, great cinematography and, most pertinent to this post, Diane Keaton and her fabulous sense of fashion! So here I am "channeling" my inner Annie Hall. Its not really menswear, but with a little help from the vest-and-hat combo...Well, I can pretend, right?
What I wore: Hat: vintage, skirt: H&M, shoes: Famous footwear, shirt: Target, necklaces: Deb's and American Eagle, Coat: ASOS, scarf: Target