I generally dislike Black Friday since it's so overhyped by every retailer out there. But if you are going to get your holiday shopping done on Black Friday this year, I definitely suggest opting to shop from small and local business instead of big retailers.
I own a ton of band tees. Shocker. While I've retired a lot of my tees and put them into storage, I do have a lot that I still wear. Even when band tees aren't really "in" anymore they definitely won't be leaving my wardrobe.
So far, 2020 has sucked, but that doesn't mean our outfits have to. Even though I haven't actually gone out in since March, I couldn't resist breaking out my favorite velvet suit. Plus, who doesn't like some 70s-inspired suiting?
In my search for reliable secondhand luxury sites, I came across Vestiaire Collective. Even though it worked a little differently than The Real Real, the items came authenticated and they had some killer deals so I gave them a try.
Platform boots, or Bowie boots, are essential to any 70s-inspired wardrobe. While these boots have been worn by tons of rockstars over the years, I first associated them with the glam rock icon, David Bowie. The great thing about these boots is that you can find a boot to fit anyone’s style. You can find them in basically any color or patter and with literally any kind of embellishments. Are you more punk rock? You can find them with spikes. Goth? There are plenty of options with black leather buckles. Do you really embrace the “glam” in “glam rock”? There are tons of glam patterns out there for you. Personally, I prefer to choose platform boots in suede or animal prints. Picking boots that are a little more neutral gives you more outfit options.…
The Real Real was the first website I ever came across that sold pre-owned luxury fashion. Fast forward about 7 years and I'm obsessed with the site.
I took a look at some of the upcoming trends for FW20 and picked out my favorites that I will definitely be rocking this year.
I loved tiger print way before I binge-watched Tiger King. I've got a tiger print outdoor rug on my balcony, tiger print pillows on my couch, and multiple pieces of tiger print clothing. Some people think tiger print is tacky, but it's tacky in all of the right ways.
It's already day 15 of quarantine for me, and I'm slowly starting to lose my mind. One thing that helps me stay sane is to dress up how I normally would. It helps to make things seem as normal as possible, even though things are definitely not normal right now.
I'm kicking off March with some green. This is definitely the last week where I'll be able to wear velvet without melting, so I wanted to break out this gorgeous emerald coat one more time.