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Look of the Week-Faux Fur Jacket + Kimono Shirt

By January 27th, 202112 Comments

Look of the Week-Faux Fur Jacket + Kimono Shirt
Via Stylepantry

A laid back look to hang out with my friend & handbag designer Onna Ehrlich. I wear a lot of her bags on here. Last month for my birthday, the coin purse in the photos below was part of my gifts.

It’s an updated version of a yellow one (in croc) that I have been carrying for years. On days I don’t feel like a bag…running errands or on weekends, I use it. It holds my ID, check cards, lip gloss & money. Simple necessities. Plus I can attach my keys to it.

Available here. Use code “goldenpantry” to get 55% off yours.

Fur jacket is one of Greg’s gifts to me from last Christmas – Found a similar one here..White kimono shirt – Found similar here. Drop crotch Boyfriend jeans are by All Saints. Similar pairs here, here and here.

Pumps are by Celine (snow leopard) and quite old. Look for less here, but if you want to splurge, you can’t go wrong with these Charlotte Olympia pair. Doubled up on the Armor Dillo Rings designed by Melody Ehsani.

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Look of the Week-Faux Fur Jacket + Kimono Shirt

about StylePantry–
Every Wednesday, I’m going to open my closets to Curly Nikki community and invite you all in. This is my story as a working mother of 3, fashionably chasing my kids around. It’s one thing for us to point at the runways, drool over the lookbooks, and pick off the shelves of our favorite boutiques, but more importantly, we as fashion-minded people need to share our styles more. So please, leave your comments and share your thoughts, and by all means submit your fashion/style questions or “where to shop” for certain pieces to @stylepantry on Twitter or on Facebook. You can also find me on Tumblr!


  • Pami Cuevas says:


  • hairscapades says:

    Ahhh, so it's Nik's expensive tastes to blame … I see. LOL!!! Just kidding! Again, love the look and will check out the site some more (I've popped over a couple of tmes, but haven't delved deeply). Totally understand the hard work of blogging and you are a dynamo balancing it all.


  • Jay-Jay says:

    I wanna know where can I find that snake bracelet and those rings. GORGEOUS!!!

  • CURLYNIKKI says:

    meanwhile, I'm just posting what I like, lol… all the looks are fly though, I have a hard time picking which one to feature every week. For those of you that aren't familiar with her site, you should mosey on over and check her out… she has something for everyone! Very, very talented diva!

  • style pantry says:

    Thank you all so much for your comments and suggestions. I actually do feature "look for less" in 85% of my outfit posts. It all depends on which Nik decides to feature on here. Out of my control 🙂

    You should also know that trying to find link to items takes a lot of work. If you are blogger, you'd know this. Besides, is not just about my outfit – It's an online magazine. A full-time job (in addition to my clothing line, being a wife and a mother to 3).

    I'll continue to do my best to find bargains, however.

    Again, I thank and salute you all.

  • Anonymous says:

    OMG – I wish I had you as a sister! I would be over your house every day!! LOL

    Your style is so innovative and inspirational.

    I will be looking for some "snow leopard" pumps for-real for-real; nevermind about the prices dearie, we're all blessed in our own way.

    Be Blessed!


  • hairscapades says:

    Yeah, exactly! Where is the info for the necklace?!?!? LOVE that!!! Get out of the way Nik and Mis Medi!! LOL!!!

    But, I'm with anon, the prices are sooooo high. Like, I don't see $214 for shoes as a "look for less." However, if the originals are $800+, I guess they are! LOL!! I would love to see a similar outfit for, like $150 or less like some of the magazines do … like, show the luxe option, because some can afford it and don't mind spending that. However, I'm a Marshall's, TJ Maxx type of gal and though I splurge every now and again … it's usually still at those stores (like a $300+ wool blazer for $150) or with some type of major discount (i.e. your diaper bag last year Nik;)! Oh, and I'm not saying that Style Pantry needs to do this per se …. I mean, it's her blog, her style and her price point. But, maybe another complimentary blogger who is a bargain hunter? I would so volunteer as I love fashion and a deal. I love thrift stores too and scored a couple great pieces recently. However, I don't get out the way I used to (hair blogging takes too much time;) and couldn't point to items currently available. But, I'm sure there is someone out there who would jump at the opportunity!

    Again though, love the outfit and that necklace! It definitely inspires me to hit my local thrift shops and Marshall's to see if I can score a bargain fur (faux or real) and an awesome long pendant necklace!


  • Anonymous says:

    I love all of her looks, like LOVE them. The only concern are the prices attached to these oh so fashionable pieces. I mean, I don't know about you all, but $200 jeans, $400 shirts, and $800 shoes just aren't in my fashionista budget. I would think that on a site where we are all looking for the cheapeast, most effective hair care products, we'd kinda want to express the same idea in other areas of our lives (including fashion)?? Just maybe??

    I would like to see her looks/styles offered in more reasonably priced alternatives… would that be possible?

  • DiJah says:

    OMG Nikki can you step aside just once and lemme get in front of you, out of the goodness of your heart? 🙂
    You're a doll, thank in advance. Haha

  • CURLYNIKKI says:

    nope, I'm in line for that necklace first!

  • DiJah says:

    Mama, that necklace!!! I want!!

  • Anonymous says:

    Love this!

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