I started styling because I was super into clothes. I loved brands, designers of all kinds, details and cool aesthetics. When I began building my portfolio I would be swamped in all things I loved. A plethora of clothes and accessories- sooooo much fun. Fittings were my favorite part, they still are. However, when it came to dressing myself it would exhaust me. I couldn't make the decisions anymore. I wanted quick and easy. I was no longer my own muse. I began wearing the signature all black ; as most people do working in fashion. It always looked clean, sleek, and put together. I could never ever go wrong. Until I got bored ... I then started to look for other simple chic looks-I would call basics. These minimalist looks would soon become my "It" factor.
Check out my list of basics:
- stick with neutral colors
- White and Black button ups - fitted and oversized
- distressed denim, white and black denim , always a pair vintage Levi's - skinny & boyfriend fits
- black, white and grey v-neck T's
- Over sized hoodies
- leggings, riding pants, and sweats
- bombers, moto's, wool coats, blazers and a vintage fur
The key to giving a basic look an "It" factor is to accessorize.
- chunky and layered jewelry
- great shoe
- great handbag
Hi, meet the new Basic Bitch!