MCLV x A by Anubha | Patches & Pockets

I absolutely ADORE contrasting patches and pockets – For me they always bring to mind the mod styles from the 50’s and 60’s. In that period I feel like this coat would be rendered in black and white, and paired with knee-high white patent leather go-go boots a la Twiggy.

Swinging sixties all the way!

Patches Pockets Outerwear Jacket Coat Layering Layers Think Pink A by Anubha San Francisco Bay Area Fashion Food Fitness Lifestyle Blogger Street Style Retro Classic Timeless Ladylike

Lavendar Long Jacket with Gray Elbow Patches and Pockets – A by Anubha

Short Sleeved Floral-Print Jersey Dress – Donna Morgan

Ankle Strap Heels – Sam Edelman

Patches Pockets Outerwear Jacket Coat Layering Layers Think Pink A by Anubha San Francisco Bay Area Fashion Food Fitness Lifestyle Blogger Street Style Retro Classic Timeless Ladylike

{Photography by J. Villarete Photography}

Patches Pockets Outerwear Jacket Coat Layering Layers Think Pink A by Anubha San Francisco Bay Area Fashion Food Fitness Lifestyle Blogger Street Style Retro Classic Timeless Ladylike

Luckily for us, not only do these adorable gray patches and pockets on this jacket give it an undeniable retro vibe, they also offer a fun color palate to work with when you’re styling the piece.

For styling you can play on the pink or the gray, or even go for a completely different color story.

While you could definitely go for a full-retro look and try some tall boots, you can also make it more modern with a flirty little black dress or a pair of perfectly fitted jeans. Both looks offer a clean palette to work with and let the statement coat take center stage.

Do YOU like contrasting hues and color-blocking as much as I do?

Want more A by Anubha in your life? Check out these other Summer outerwear posts: Outerwear Edit & It’s All About the Sleeve.

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