It’s important to mix styles on opposite ends of the fashion spectrum.
Because if you’re not taking risks, you’re not growing, and if you’re not growing, how can you continue developing your ever-expanding fashion identity?
This outfit is exactly what I needed: a major style-mixer.
Some would say that a military inspired blazer, blousy top, print maxi-skirt, embellished flats and a lariat are a crazy combo, but I like how the different pieces come together to pull off a look that’s all mine.
Each piece has a personality all its own, but still they all speak to my personal style- or should I say, my alter-ego’s?
So the next time you’re getting dressed, remember: there are no rules in fashion, so why stick to a certain aesthetic? Go all out by mixing it up with different pieces that wouldn’t normally be paired together.
And as Tim Gunn (of Project Runway) would say: make it work!
Military Inspired Blazer/Forever 21
Bangles/Flea Market Find
Charm Bracelet/Tiffany & Co.
Embellished Sandals/Steve Madden