After 5: Geometric Patterns

post_elijah3_122014_02post_elijah3_122014_06post_elijah3_122014_05post_elijah3_122014_04post_elijah3_122014_01Shirt: ASOS | Denim Jeans: H&M
Hat: H&M | Overcoat: J.Crew

Just in case you haven’t watched the news, the temperature has been at or below the freezing mark for the past couple of weeks. Freezing is an understatement if you ask us! In some areas, the weather has been far worse, with frigid temperatures dropping below zero.

This week, we decided to take our fashion expertise indoors for our latest individual style feature. Today, our buddy Elijah decided to drop by to show off another winter look from his office after 5 wardrobe. He admits, “This look wouldn’t be so much for the office. I prefer to pull something like this off for a more evening look. Something like happy hour or a lounge.”

Yes, Elijah! This is definitely a fun outfit for a night out on the town, especially if you don’t have work in the next day. Needless to say, Elijah has a full work load during the weak, and often has to bring an extra pack of clothes if he wants to go out after work. In this particular case, Elijah’s short sleeved, geometric patterned shirt was the best item to help transition from morning to evening. Think about it! You can easily transition from business casual to going out in the matter of minutes  with a fun button-up.

Now, let’s get back to this outfit. With black being the main color, the bright colors in the geometric shirt are well balanced against the fedora, topcoat, denim jeans, and boots. Elijah agrees with us as well. He states, “I like this look because it’s very trendy. Patterns are my favorite and I feel like you have so many options when you wear them.”

We agree with Elijah. There are plenty options when it comes to patterns. Just make sure you know how to wear it effectively with solid colors.

If you are wondering where Elijah purchased his patterned shirt, head over to Their US site has every pattern, print, and color in stock.

Overall, we love Elijah’s look. What do you think about it? Leave us some comments below.

Thanks for reading!

Posted in After 5, Fashion & Style, Individual Style

Brands: Lea Anderson

There’s something to be said about a singer with a voice that can leave you hanging on to every word. Sounds like a dream come true, right? Well, if you like classic r&b with a modern twist, you will appreciate our friend Lea Anderson.

A lady of incredible talent in both music and theater arts, Lea Anderson has recently moved to the big apple in hopes of taking her singing career to the next level. Last week, she even dropped her first single on iTUNES, which isn’t a surprise for such a talented artist.

So, before she becomes a big name in the r&b scene, we thought it would be a great opportunity to sit down with Lea Anderson to discuss her music career and future plans in the industry. Check out her full interview below.

post_leaanderson1_020715_09Photo Cred: iamleanaderson

First, what does your artist name mean?
“My name is Lea, pronounced like the deep blue Sea, Anderson. I am Lea Anderson: a singer, songwriter and flutist.”


Who are the creative geniuses behind your team?
“DETACHED was produced by Grammy nominated mutli-platinum producer, DMoet.”

Let’s discuss the history of your brand. When and why were you created? What is the objective of your brand?
“DETACHED started as a 4 page monologue I wrote about a painful love experience. I found myself up at 4:00am writing so hard that my hand began to hurt. The words came so effortlessly.”


What does your brand offer to your consumers and customers?
“DETACHED is very universal. It’s sexy, danceable, and relatable. It offers that essence of 90’s R&B that’s been missing on the radio. You can download it on any online store.”

How are you able to distinguish your brand from others?
“My music challenges all preconceptions of the music industry by offering a window into my world of art. My soprano voice has been described as a one big bright moment. I can’t wait to release the rest of the songs.”


What are your long term goals for your brand?
“I want to grow as an artist. I want to continue making GOOD music and exploring other genres.”

Where do you see your brand in the next five years?
“In the next five years, I want to be touring internationally. I want to be recognized as a respectable artist as well as a fashion icon. I want to make a positive impact on how people in general view romantic relationships—-recognizing that real love can occur and still exists today.”


Are you inspired yet? Well, we certainly are!

Please go out an support Lea Anderson by purchasing her debut single, “DETACHED,” on iTUNES.

To follow her journey, you can also find Lea Anderson on the following social media platforms:

Instagram: @iamleaanderson
Twitter: @iamleaanderson
Youtube: musicbylyriclea
Facebook: iamleaanderson
SoundCloud: iamleaanderson

Thanks for reading!

Posted in Brands, Created Style, Fashion & Style

Men’s Style Mondays

post_bryce1_022215_01post_bryce1_022215_02post_bryce1_022215_06post_bryce1_022215_04post_bryce1_022215_03Camel Blazer: Thrift Store | Button-Down: H&M
Waist Coat: Ralph Lauren | Necktie: ASOS
Pants: H&M | Shoes: G.H. Bass

After week’s of searching, I finally found a camel blazer. I have to admit, I was looking for something a little longer, but this will do for now. Plus, it was only $6.99. You can’t beat that, right? That’s what happens when you are a talented thrifter like myself. Not to tute my own horn, but I know a thing or two about thrift shopping.

Since I can go on and on about thrift shopping, we can save that conversation for another time. Let’s get back to my newly purchased camel blazer. Lately, I’ve been seeing people on streets wearing their camel items with black only. This sounds fun and all, but I like a little color.

So, I decided to dress up the blazer with some preppy essentials, which means bright colors.  My entire outfit consists a variety of items including a pin striped button-down, wool waist coat, twill pants, and a pair of suede saddle shoes. Can we say “dapper” much. Now, I know it’s not one of those GQ Insider outfits of the week, but it still looks great in the snow. It’s better than wearing all black.

What do you think about this week’s featured look? What would you wear with you camel blazer?. Typically, I like wearing transitional outfits that I can wear to and from work.

Posted in Fashion & Style, MensStyleMondays, Weekly Style

Casual: All Black

post_donisha_120614_05post_donisha_120614_04post_donisha_120614_03post_donisha_120614_01post_donisha_120614_06Blazer and Skirt: New York & Company |
Shirt and Jewelry: Lane Bryant |
Shoes: Target | Purse: DSW |
Hat: Thrifted

“Black is modest and arrogant at the same time. Black is lazy and easy — but mysterious. But above all black says this: I don’t bother you — don’t bother me.” – Yohji Yamamoto

Can you recall a time when you couldn’t find anything to wear? This was one of many situations in which your closet was full of clothes, and you only had ten minutes to get ready. What did you do?

Nine times out of ten, you probably found something black to wear. Depending on the season, black is one of those universal colors that can be worn with almost any pattern, print, or color. You can practically wear it anywhere, except to a wedding a course!

If you are wondering how to wear black casually, just ask our good friend, Donisha! Hailing all the way from North Carolina, we had a chance to catch up with this Urban Planner during one of our weekend excursions. Today, Donisha shows off one of her weekend friendly outfits. She had this about her look, “I would wear this outfit to my retail job or a fun Saturday out and about with friends.”

Yes, Donisha! This is one of those fun little outfits you could wear around the city. For starters, you can’t go wrong with a graphic shirt and blazer combo! For instance, just check our the details in the shirt. Donisha states, “My favorite piece of the outfit is the shirt because it sparkles ! What girl you know know don’t like a little sparkle?”

We agree Donisha, the shirt is very cute! Furthermore, the shirt and blazer combo is the perfect look for any rainy day, especially during the winter.

Also, we love how you threw us off with a black skirt. Traditionally, the everyday shopper would wear a nice pair of pants with this look, but not our girl Donisha. She was channeling her old school Vanessa Huxtable with her above the knee skirt. She was definitely giving us business up top, but party at the bottom. Why not add a few more guests to the party with pair of black stocking and leather buckled boots? We don’t see a problem.

Overall, we loved Donisha’s weekend outfit. What do you think? Leave us some comments below.

Thanks for reading!

Posted in Casual, Fashion & Style, Individual Style
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