I don’t always wear outfits with pops of color, I can tone it down sometimes.
This military inspired jacket from Zara is a bit of a departure since I’m not so fond of the puffy strong shoulders look. I contemplated sewing it down but it loses a part of what makes this jacket special.
I’ve always loved military inspired clothing, especially the epaulettes, not sure why.
This jacket takes me back to the colonial days, there’s just something 1700/1800 about it that peaks my interest. I’m a bit of a history nerd, but I channel it through fashion…so that’s still cool right?
Outfit Details: Zara jacket – XS, Hollister tank – S, GapKids super skinny jeans – 12R, Forever 21 necklace, Aldo pumps
I got my Nordstrom catalog this weekend and while flipping through it, I was inspired by the fall colors and the menswear looks. Though it’s clearly too early to break out the fall gear, the overcast weather here makes me lean toward the darker colors.
Plus, with my new hair, I’m sure I can pull off the menswear look better than when I had the bob.
Outfit Details: Martin + Osa tuxedo shirt – XS, Theory Kissan Pant – 00, J.Crew skinny belt – S, Payless black pumps
When I think of a man’s outfit, it usually consists of three main items (aside from the tie)
Button-down shirt + Black Trousers + Belt = Basic Men’s Outfit
So doing a play on the traditional look, I paired a tuxedo shirt with a pleated harem pant for texture and visual interest. The skinny belt provides a pop of color to complete the look. Since the pant sits on my hip, it elongates my torso while the heels keep the body proportions in balance.
As I was walking around, someone mentioned that I looked more confident with this particular look, but I think it’s the hair.