Graphic tees have always been a part of my style since I was an angry teenager. It is what mostly defines my style since I always throw on a graphic tee to wear it with a blazer, leather jacket, sweater or to add more of a casual look to my outfit. What I always tend to stick to is graphic tees that I can always wear.
I absolutely live for the month of October, Halloween is by far one of my favorite holidays. These pop-up museums and events have been happening for some time now in New York City, have I gone to any one of them? No. Why? Because I get “Yeah we should go!” and then it never happens. Finally, I was able to convince some amazing people that it was a great idea to go to the Nightmare Machine in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. And let me tell you this, IT DID. NOT. DISAPPOINT! And of course, I dressed up for the occasion…
Fall weather had been slow to approach here in NYC – so I decided to take a leap and splurge on some new items. Lately, I’ve been feeling as if my style is evolving into a new chapter. The esthetic remains the same of what I have always loved – graphic tees, jeans, converse, anything and everything athleisure. For some reason, I feel as if it has gone to a somewhat more mature level. So without any more babbles… let’s jump into what I did purchase.
It’s no secret that black wide leg pants are a classic to have in your closet. Finding a pair that is high waisted and comfortable can be a task… luckily ASOS always makes life easier for every shopper when searching for just about anything!
Shay Mitchell is one of my favorite style inspirations – her style is rather similar to mine in the sense where she can be girly and glam some days and other days casual and comfy. I always stalk her Instagram and youtube (shaycations) for inspiration, this look from an event she attended I knew would be relatively easy to recreate. Read More