HAPPY MONDAY EVERYONE! I hope you’ve been enjoying this beautiful global warming as much as I have!
This week I want to talk about changing your day to day look…
With spring around the corner, I can’t think of a better time to start thinking about your warm weather aesthetic. Many of us get locked into the mindset of saying “that’s not my style” too often. I’ll admit that I stick to the same 4 labels most of the time BUT I can confidently say that I can go into almost any store, find something that I like and work it into my wardrobe.
Unless you’re part of the Addams Family and you only wear black, there’s no reason you should be dismissing fun styles and trends!
For this outfit, I was inspired by the MOD look of men in the 1960’s. Their sleek British meets NY style definitely turned heads back in the day. With black sweaters, wide brimmed hats, well fitted dress pants and shiny patent leather shoes, what more could you ask for?
When I put together my vintage looks, I usually stick with a more rustic style like worn in band tees, brown leather jackets and vintage sunnies. However, I gave this MOD look a try and loved the outcome.
As artists and performers you should be changing up your style and trying to stand out from everyone else. Just because your peers might be thrown off for .2 seconds, doesn’t mean it doesn’t look good.
Have you ever wondered why Beyonce is so successful? It’s because she is constantly changing her look and staying ahead of the times. Think of how different her recent Grammy performance was compared to “Crazy in Love.” The most influential people in this world are the ones who don’t settle and constantly change the game.
“Only dead fish go with the flow.”
So, in a world full of Selena’s- dare to be a Miley. 😉
Ciao for now,
Sweater- ALL SAINTS
Shoes- COLE HAAN
Hat- THE KOOPLES
Scarf- ALL SAINTS