I change my mind… a lot. I love bright colors but every now and then I don’t mind throwing on some dark or neutral pieces. This grunge look probably resonates most with those who prefer wearing clothes that they can just throw on or individuals who love the comfortability that hoodies provide. This may not be as chill as a hoodie but it provides a similar comfort which is usually the main reason people wear hoodies.
Because I’m such a lippie (lipstick lover), I sometimes style my looks around the lipstick that I feel like wearing at the moment. At this moment, I wanted a black lip so I wore a black and white blazer with geometric printed sleeves.
The sleeves being sealed with a red hem is probably my favorite part of this blazer. One can still have a bit of color when going grunge.
With a turtle neck that is wide and long enough to comfortably sink almost half of your face into, this vest is great for this transitional month that we call March.
It can also be rolled down if it gets a bit warm.
I may not have much vinyl pieces but I’ve always been a sucker for leather. Implementing faux leather leggings into this look made me realize a thing or two.
Sometimes when throwing pieces on, you learn something new. I realized that pairing vinyl and leather (although this is faux), can produce a rather interesting look. Prior to wearing this look, I wasn’t sure if vinyl and leather would end up clashing, but they seems to compliment each other.
Vinyl Vest Zara
Faux Leather Leggings H&M
Shoes GX by Gwen Stefani
Do you ever go grunge?