I’ve always been a huge fan of the term ‘glamping’ for a way to describe upscale camping style. And it occurred to me… why can’t this idea translate to fashion as well? It fits my glamorous + northwest vibe just perfectly. I think I’ll be practicing this pairing with some of my winter sparkle this season…

Finding a way to keep sequins and beading casual during the day is an art form, and especially useful when packing for weeks like this one where I’m in NYC running from meetings to events! Taking a utility piece (like a jacket or bag) to play down the giltz and glamour during daylight hours, and swapping out for something a little more classic for evening keeps things easy!!

My favorite way to do it might be doing a monochromatic mix – it keeps the two totally different styles feeling cohesive!

*shop: 1. stripe sequin top // 2. utility jacket // 3. blue sequin clutch // 4. cargo pants // 5. gold sequin clutch // 6. olive sequin skirt

*inspiration: asos fall lookbook // unknown

12 responses on “GET YOUR GLAMP ON

  1. Duchy

    Glamping is the best!! I love seeing the baroque sweater paired with just any ol’ jacket or any sort of army green or camo with something sparkly! You’ve inspired my outfit for tomorrow—chic leather pencil skirt, glam heals and a camo sweater vest. Thanks!

  2. Michaela

    That sequin clutch and striped shirt are so cute! Would love to wear any of this 🙂 Glam camping…now that’s something I could do.

  3. Panson de Oaks

    If you’re looking for a place to wear the latest in “Glamping” fashions, visit The Resort at Paws Up in Montana. Their tents are outrageously lux, with huge bathrooms and camping butlers. Very camping chic.


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About Cassandra LaValle

Cassandra LaValle is the founder and editor-in-chief of coco+kelley where she explores trends in fashion, decor and entertaining, highlighting pieces that exude classic design and glamour. As a designer, she consults clients across the globe on styling their homes and private events from her offices in Seattle.