TGIF! Headed out to Union Square for some live entertainment and food, but first "let me take a selfie." I've been longing to wear another denim look, so here it is. Such a relaxed look for such a relaxed day. Don't forget to smile :)
Button down - American Apparel
Denim - Calvin Klein
Canvas shoes - American Apparel
Photo CC: Nina Chiomic
It feels like I've been living here in Brooklyn forever, but in reality I've only been here for three weeks. Celebrating today with this waffle mesh t-shirt and awkward poses (lol). Headed out to meet a friend and grab Artichoke Pizza (my favorite)! Today I took my entire wardrobe to a local consignment shop and sold it. New environment, new beginnings, new style. I never realized how attached I was to my clothing until today. I didn't want to get rid of anything.
As time goes on, we change and so does our style. Revamping my closet with simple everyday pieces, solid colors and minimal prints and designs. Going for a 90s misfit look this fall.
T-shirt - American Apparel
Denim - Topman
Canus Tennis Shoes - American Apparel
Photo: Nina Chiomic
Spotted this urban / chic look somewhere in the East Village. Crop top, sheer maxi skirt, and a chunky heel (girls can never go wrong with a chunky heel). Another simple look, another simple post.
Have a great day you guys :)
I haven't been able to post my outfit looks lately, because I can't find a photographer. However, I did collaborate with a fashion week photographer for this spread. Now that I represent American Apparel, I've been wearing all of their clothing. It's like I'm a walking advertisement for the company.
Today's look is straight from the my childhood. Acid wash jeans, power wash tee, canvas shoes, and my personal fav . . ... Fanny Pack. I Love the 90's
Entire look - American Apparel
Met this model at fashion week, and now we're working together.
She's now a free agent, who's looking for new representation.
Style: a distinctive appearance. Fashion: a popular trend
Now that fashion week is over I can relax a little. Shooting at NYFW made me realized that fashion is overrated, but that's just my opinion. Don't get me wrong, I'm still very much into fashion but more so into "style." Take this guy's look for example. He's wearing simple pieces, with a touch of his own personal twist. You don't have to be lavished in designers to be fashionable. Create your own trends, be yourself, own it, and remember that confidence is key.
TGIF! Enjoy you guy :)
Fashion photographer from North Carolina, living in New York. None of my photographs are edited. No Photoshop needed, all natural lighting.