Band tees have been a staple of my wardrobe for as long as I can remember. No matter how old I get, I don't really see them disappearing from my closet. I would also like to point out that I only wear band tees from bands that I actually listen to.
Skinny scarves and loose ties have been synonymous with rock n' roll since the 70s and synonymous with my wardrobe for the past few years.
"I want a girl with a short skirt and a long jacket." - Cake
I don't think any of us really knew what to expect from this season. Would it all be super wild and bold, thanks to an entire planet all going stir crazy together? Would it all be super casual loungewear while we continue to hang out in our homes?
If there's one item that I own a lot of, it's black leather. Black leather is trending for spring, and that wasn't exactly a hard trend for me to get on board with. While I don't base my wardrobe entirely off of trends, this trend was too easy for me not to follow.
When I first moved from California to Arizona, I rented this cute little historic house from an elderly couple who also lived next door. They had a storage container on the shared property that was filled with all kinds of vintage treasures that they had collected over the years. After living there for over a year, the husband gifted me this amazing vintage suede jacket.
If you're ever trying to make an outfit more edgy, I definitely suggest adding a pair of vinyl pants.
Winter is officially here! Since I don't live where is snows, transitioning from an autumn to winter wardrobe is actually pretty easy. It usually just involves adding more layers.
If you're someone who wants to get the most out of your clothing but you also find yourself getting bored of a neutral color palette, I do have a few tricks.
For a very, very brief moment in Arizona, it's sweater weather. It's time to break out the knitwear, leather, and boots. I am in my optimal form.