Snake printed pants are definitely nothing new for me. Unlike my faux leather snake pants, these cropped pants are made of fabric and way more comfortable for the middle of summer. A plain black camisole from AllSaints keeps me cool (and shows of my tattoos) and lets my pants be the main focal point of the outfit. Speaking of pants, I’m wearing the Marlon pant from…
I will definitely pick a jumpsuit over a dress any time. To me, they're just as easy to wear as a dress, but I don't have to worry about crossing my legs when I sit down. Not only does this jumpsuit have a 70s-inspired design, it's also denim, which is easy to clean and wear. In the summer I can wear it as is, and in…
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Black and nude is probably one of my favorite color combinations. It's clean, it's simple, and you can do whatever you want with it. Mixing a simple black and nude look with some chunky sterling silver jewelry and leather accessories gives a normally sophisticated outfit some edge.
I may not be a big fan of color, but I do love a good animal print. Combine snake print vegan leather with a super high waist and a flared shape, and there's a 100% chance I will be obsessed. These pants from Gauge81 are literally my favorite pants that I've ever owned.
I love a good clay mask, especially in the summer. Summer sweat and sunscreen combined with my already oily skin leaves me looking like a oil slick by the end of the day. Not to mention the breakouts that come next. The Youth To The People Superclay Purify + Clear Power Mask looked like the perfect solution to my oily summer skin.
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.
Since I've been working from home for over a year at this point, I'm looking at some kind of screen all day every day. I've noticed that a lot of brands have started coming out with their own blue light-blocking products and I've definitely been interested in them. One product that has flown under my radar is the Tatcha Silk Powder.
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 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?