Monday, January 21, 2019

Winter Wardrobe Top Five Favorites

This season, I am embracing the title of "outfit repeater". Why would I want a closet full of clothing I only wear once? I've gotten caught up in the feeling like I needed to post or wear a new outfit EVERY day. But that's unrealistic. There's much more creativity in repurposing from my closet. So, I scaled back this winter. Here are my top five winter wardrobe pieces that I have been wearing non-stop. 
CLOSED DENIM PEDAL PUSHERS: This Italian made denim brand has been my choice of the season. I love the crop straight leg, style. The high waist and pockets are totally 80's in the best way possible. I also have a boyfriend cut, and a wide leg pair that I wear often. Definitely a designer to add to your list. 
BOXY BLAZERS: It doesn't actually get cold in LA during the winter obviously, so instead of collecting coats, I found myself pulling blazers. The oversized masculine look always felt the coolest. I loved solid colors, funky plaids, and textured corduroy blazers 
VINTAGE GUCCI BACKPACK: This was my first designer bag purchase, last year. This bag is my most used item in my wardrobe. The patent leather is strong. It fits a journal, my camera, and phone comfortably. No matter how many purses I add to my collection, I am always grabbing for my Gucci. The bamboo handle adds a cool organic feel to a very structured classic piece. 
HUMA BLANCO SALVADOR PUMP: My most worn shoes this season by a landslide. Classic shape, comfortable height heel. Instantly adds a romantic and feminine feel to a look. I wear them often to auditions. 
SKIN TIGHT TURTLENECKS: I find curve hugging turtlenecks to be my favorite basic. Similar vibe to my go-to white tee. It keeps me warm, fits well under coats + sweatshirts. My favorites have been from Asos, Nasty Gal and & Other Stories. 
Shot by Los Angeles Based Photographer Stefanie Marie 



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