A Nod To Mod
Because Black, White, And Geometric Will Always Be In Style
I’ve been in love with baggy, oversized clothes lately so it’s been a while since I’ve shimmied into a pair of skinny pants, but when I saw these trousers it was basically a done deal. The bold geometric print was giving me 60s mod feels so I played that up in a form-fitting black and white look that was signature to that style. More so, I’m revisiting my lurve of turtlenecks. I’ve busted mine out a bit earlier than I did last year but they’re a great layering piece and perfect for the chill that just came over NYC. They look great under blazers and bombers and it doesn’t look Iike I’ll be retiring them from my closet any time soon.
Don’t Sweat It!
It’s Totally OKAY To Wear Sweatshirts Outside The House
Hey Guys! It’s Friday! We made it. All together now, “YASSSSSS!”
And just like I couldn’t be bothered to write this post, meh life, I also couldn’t be bothered to get like actually dressed. But that’s okay! Been lounging around in this sweatshirt for days (like actually going to sleep in it also) because it’s so comfy. And when you don’t have a boyfriend, a sweater is the next best thing to keep you warm at night. Sweatshirts are totes in right now and as long as you wear them with kewl jeans or trousers they can pretty much pass as fashunz. So there’s my Friday advice for you. That and TURN UP! Byeeeee!
Sammy Davis Jr. performs on the NAACP Freedom Spectacular, a closed-circuit TV broadcast, May 14, 1964, New York, New York.