This season it’s all about the 90’s. And by nineties, it’s all about choosing your favorites from best to least. I believe you can never go wrong rotating your closet from casual streetwear to sports-chic. Take a sports element like a crew neck sweater, lose the gym shorts and throw on your favorite jeans.  A boyish look becomes instantly feminine with a neutral heel or classic pump. Boyfriend jeans and cuffed hems never looked quite sexier rolled above a five inch heel. The rules for 90’s revival are rather simple, if you stick to the basics like sports attire and trendy fashion staples that make a loud echo this season. Its easy to up your look from basic to glam with a few basic subtractions.


As for the inspiration behind the look, it was about playing with a classic approach to crew necks, but with a forward vision. I believe in taking subtle risks when playing up fashion trends. I’m not one to follow formalities as I don’t believe things need to clash with each other to get your point across.  Staying true to my vision, I believe clean, and tailored speaks louder than over-styled because if I choose a point of reference in my look, I want nothing else to compete with that piece. In reinterpreting a sort of grunge and punk influence from the 90’s, it was all about adding my unique spin. Subtract a ton of grunge with a little more streetstyle for a LOT more glam. XO

I just can’t wait to reveal what look I pull out the bag for next week! 

OOTD Credits:

Crew neck sweatshirt by H&M

Boyfriend denim by CAR MAR (available at LF Boutique Los Angeles)

White pumps by Topshop

Crossbody leather & chain handbag by Rebecca Minkoff

Rope chain necklace by H&M

Bracelet by ZARA


Rings by Mix of fashion jewelry (H&M, Topshop, Express)

Eyewear by DTLA Alley

❤ Until The Next My Loves,



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