Gaby Teller


Dress: Modcloth
Shoes: Old
Purse: Vintage
Earrings: Goodwill
Sunglasses:  c/o ilymix
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I can't help but feel like Gaby Teller in Man From Uncle with these fabulously 1960's style round shades that IlyMix so thoughtfully sent me! It's no lie that Man From Uncle is probably one of my favorite movies, not only because it is set in the 60's and stars Alicia Vikander, Henry Cavill, and Armie Hammer, but also because it is full of suspense, intrigue, car chases, gadgets, and all things SPY related. Grabbing these shades for a sunny day makes me feel like I should be a cunning secret agent like Gaby, undercover as an archaeologists fiance in Russia, where I am working to find and capture a deadly nuclear weapon from a mysterious and conniving criminal organization ;)

With that being said, the 1960's have definitely been one of my style inspirations as of late, and these shades are the icing on the cake! I haven't actually ever worn round sunglasses but as soon as I saw these  I knew that they would be the perfect addition to my ever growing sunglasses collection and I LOVE them so much. Of course, as these shades were straight out of the 1960's I had to have the perfect dress to compliment them, and the Windy City dress (pictured in a different color above) from Modcloth fit my vision splendidly! I picked up this darling dress when I visited Modcloth in Austin during my roadtrip, and this dress is definitely a 60's dream in an airy pastel color scheme and print that I can't get enough of!

Ok.....and can we talk about how much I am loving 1960's style earrings after styling this look based of of Gaby's fabulous style. I actually found the pair I am wearing by luck at Goodwill and while I am typically not a big dangle earring fan I think I will be wearing these a lot:)

There really is something different and unique about the 60's, and any time I get to dress in a look that is inspired by a secret agent character I am all for it!

Have you see Man From Uncle?
Are you a fan of round shades?

-Madison

11 comments

  1. Yes! I must say I've seen The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and the 60s TV show by the same name!! Definitely one of my favorites😍! Those round shades are so adorable, and all the sudden I really want a pair 😍💛😍💛. You definitely did this look justice Madison, It's perfection👌🏻.

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    1. You should totally get a pair Elizabeth:) Thabks for your sweet comment!
      -Madison

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  2. I LOVE that movie. I wish/hope they will do a sequel. I don't usually think of the 60's when I think of vintage styles I like, but I do like the styles in this movie, but I REALLY love Gaby's white hat, I loved that.

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    1. Ugh..me too! So after I watched it again this past weekend I went and looked up news on a sequel and apparently the writers are talking about starting the second script so fingers crossed:)
      And totes agree on the styles:)
      -M

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  3. Like, I seriously NEED those sunglasses, and earrings, in my life. Gaby will forever be one of my top style icons, massive sunglasses, earrings, tossled hair, groovy dresses and all <3 Also, the Man from Uncle for the win forever and ever. Now I want to rewatch that film for the 3rd time this year XD

    xoxo,
    -Charlotte

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    1. Haha...AGREE with everything you just said:)
      -M

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  4. Groovy look, haha! ;)
    I love The Man from Uncle. I haven't seen the reboot movie (yet), but I enjoy getting a laugh out of the 1960's TV show every once-in-awhile.

    ~Lydia~ <3

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  5. I have never seen "Man From Uncle". I do like round glasses. That dress is so pretty.
    Marilyn

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  6. What a fantastic outfit. Those sunglasses! <3

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  7. Really love love love <3 this look ! So retro ! The dress is fab and I love the sunglasses !
    Plume d'Auré
    www.plumedaure.com

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  8. Your sunglasses are amazing, you look like Meagan Draper!
    xo
    www.laurajaneatelier.com

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