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Three’s Company

So, we’ve been watching a lot of Three’s Company episodes that we taped on our PVR while we had the Deja View channel.  As I’d never ever seen the show before, I’ve really been enjoying the comedy but also the 70s style outfits! Especially now as the 70s trend is upon us  for Spring.

I’ve been inspired to put together outfits based on Three’s Company over on Polyvore (best website for putting together style sets, have you guys tried it out? It’s amazing!)

So here’s a set I created, inspired by an episode where Chrissy’s dating a man who “may” be married.  I added the trench and the watch 🙂  Of course the shoes don’t really make sense for a rainy day, but I loved them! (Click on the image to see the set with with the brand names and prices).

Three's Company

Three’s Company by hogger & co. featuring high waisted pants

Spy Ruffle Trench Coat
$565 – barneys.com
Trench coats »

Camel High Waisted Trousers
42 GBP – missselfridge.com
High waisted pants »

Fisherman Wedge
$1,190 – barneys.com
Wedge sandals »

Dot Folding Umbrella
$125 – barneys.com
Folding umbrellas »

Marc by Marc Jacobs Chunky link watch
200 GBP – net-a-porter.com


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Discussion

4 thoughts on “Three’s Company

  1. I love polyvore, it’s amazing! Like your set 🙂

    Posted by Renée | February 19, 2011, 2:23 am
  2. I just love leather shoes and bags….so I am loving these! But, oh the price! I can dream though 🙂
    I have yet to try POLYVORE. I’ve always wanted to check it out, just never remember when I have time!

    Posted by Shawna | February 22, 2011, 11:33 pm

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