Alright, I know this posts title is from the infamous Real Housewives of Atlanta, but I couldn’t resist. The winds in Los Angeles have been pretty strong so it’s been hard to take proper outfit pictures. I apologize in advance for the lack of creativity in this post! But alas, I had to post something . I’ve had this blazer for almost a year and sadly have given it little use. Today I chose to play off the blazer’s knitted colors; red and black. Enjoy!
Blazer: Zara, Red heels: ALDO, Wax coated jeans: Zara
Today’s look was inspired by Barbie. Not exactly in the way you may think, but I loved the concept of a retro yet modern day Barbie. Thank you to Gypsy Junkies for this amazing hot pink shorts suit and to Shop Norka for the sexy white bodysuit that just added the perfect amount of edge to this look. For those who are going to Coachella this weekend, this outfit would be perfection…just add a flower crown.
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Any chance I get to work with Gypsy Junkies, I will take. They are hands down my favorite brand to work with for several reasons. One being the team: Marcus, Lauren & Alexandria. This dream team are quite possibly the coolest and sweetest people I’ve ever met. Two: Their clothing is perfection. Every item is a stand out piece and easily wearable. I can’t even explain how in love I am…I guess you’ll just have to see with the posts that will be on the blog!
Let’s talk about this EPIC blazer…I can’t even wait to wear this bad boy every day (I probably will). It’s so colorful and can add instant fierceness to a monochromatic look (like today’s post) or be the perfect statement piece in a color block look.
Oh, and I love how coincidentally my sunnies (the reflective part) totally went with my blazer.
Gypsy Junkies “Becca” Blazer in Tribal: c/oGypsy Junkies(get it here), American Apparel Leggings, Reflective Sunnies: 2020ave
You may remember this printed dress that I wore as a top from last weeks post (see it here). I have to say, I like it much better as a top than a dress (but I promise to post the dress version on Instagram, follow me: @LeFashnMonster). I wanted to add a big and bold dash of color and for some reason I’ve been all over yellow. The color reminds me of sunshine and happiness, which is probably why I’m so drawn to it .
You may have remembered this bodysuit (one of my favorite items in my closet) from a previous titled Shake, Shake, Shake Señora(click to see). That also may have been my favorite post of all time! Anyhow, I decided to take it out of my closet once again and this time paired it with a sleek pencil skirt. It’s still playful and sexy without showing too much skin. Enjoy!
Color, color, color! Although I am very committed to a classic color combination, otherwise known as black and white, there are moments where I get inspired and can’t resist juicy hues. Spring has arrived and one the seasons trends is zest. Yellow and green are two colors that would fit into that category. I was feeling a little bit like sunshine today, so I wore one of my favorite yellow shirts. I paired it a hot pink pleated skirt which gave me the feeling of candy. I love mixing textures as well so pairing pleats and ruffles definitely was fun to wear.
Tonight I attended a super fun even for Happiness brand at My Closet Italia on Melrose Ave. It was such a fun event and I always get excited for a reason to dress up after studying. If you didn’t know I am also getting my Master’s in Marriage & Family Therapy. Anyhow, I hope you enjoy this post .
A leather skirt is a staple in my closet. I have over ten lengths and colors in my closet, but there is something special about an asymmetrical leather skirt that truly makes it my go-to item when I want to really create a bold, sexy, and playful look. The great thing about this skirt is that I can fold it over and make it longer or shorter. For today’s look I paired this sexy staple with one of my new favorite t-shirt lines; Hips & Hair. They’re a mixture of art & fashion and the blending of these two worlds is beautiful. Check them out and get inspired, as I’ll be posting a few looks with some of their epic shirts.
There’s something about lace and shredded denim that I love. I think that balancing the edge of distressed denim with a feminine texture and fabric like lace just adds a unique twist to such a strong look. The fact that the lace jacket is in the style of a motorcycle jacket still keeps the edge but adds a touch of femininity that really represents my style so well.
Shredded Shorts: Urban Outfitters, Lace Motorcycle Jacket: c/o Tuc + Wes (get it here for only $39), Shoes: Mango