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How Did I Wear…

post_bryce1_051416_01post_bryce1_051416_02post_bryce1_051416_03post_bryce1_051416_04post_bryce1_051416_05Blazer: ASOS | Shirt: GAP |
Jeans: H&M | Shoes: ASOS

How did I wear…a floral print blazer?

In celebration of this beautiful day, I spent the entire afternoon sketching up a storm. Traditionally, most of my illustrations are usually high fashion or super hero related. However, I do have a soft spot for the plant species. More specifically, leaves, flowers, and trees. Weird, I know.

Tip: Although this may not be a fashion tip, but finding leisure activities like sketching, painting, jogging, or running, are great for relaxation. These are normally my “go-to” problem solvers when getting over writers block.

With all that being said, I ventured outside today in a lightweight, floral jersey blazer.

Floral print blazer?!

How ironic, right? Not exactly!

Tip: Fellas, don’t be scared of floral prints. They are for everyone. You can add a masculine touch by wearing a solid color tank or tee underneath. When in doubt, go with black.

Although I haven’t worn this blazer since it’s initial purchase last spring, it’s sharp enough to wear in 2016 as well.

For this particular look, I went with an 80s theme. By styling the blazer with a nude v-neck tee and light wash denim jeans, I was able to channel my inner Mike from Growing Pains. For all you 90s babies, look him up.

Tip: If your blazer is too big, simply roll up the sleeves and strut your stuff in confidence. Baggy is back, and you should embrace every bit of the retro age.

In continuing with this theme, I went with a pair of slip on sneakers in khaki from ASOS. The color alone is very “landscape” friendly.

So, how do you feel about this particular look? Feel free to share with us in the comments section below.

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Street Style: Denim Overalls

post_malcolm1_042416_01post_malcolm1_042416_02post_malcolm1_042416_03post_malcolm1_042416_04post_malcolm1_042416_05Denim Overalls: Forever 21 |
Denim Jacket: Levis |
Tee: Forever 21 |
Boots: Timbaland

If you haven’t noticed, the denim overall look is trendy yet again this season. Most of your favorite stores have them in stock, especially in the men’s section.

Also, it’s worth mentioning that denim overalls are very affordable around this time of the year. You can find a nice pair for $35. If that doesn’t get you hype, I’m not sure what will.

Today, our friend Malcolm decided to show off his denim overalls from Forever21. Styled with a solid black tee and jacket, Malcolm put this street style inspired look together quite well. He is definitely channeling his inner 90s persona.

Continuing with this theme, Malcolm further styled his overalls with a pair of classic Timberland boots. Just in case you forgot, these too are back in season.

So, how do you feel about this particular look. Feel free to share with us in the comments section below!

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Men’s Style Mondays

post_bryce4_031716_01post_bryce4_031716_02post_bryce4_031716_03post_bryce4_031716_04post_bryce4_031716_05Boots: DSW | Sweater: H&M |
Shorts: ASOS | Fedora: Urban Outfitters

I don’t know about you, but I love taking on a rain shower in my favorite boots. More specifically, a fresh pair of leather desert boots always does the trick.

Take, for instance, the featured outfit shown above. This past week, I had a chance to get my bottoms wet in these newly purchased boots from DSW. Not only are these boots comfy, they are pretty water resistant as well. You can’t beat that, right?

Now, let’s go on to the actual outfit. I styled my boots with a fine-knit cotton sweater from H&M and cut-off shorts from ASOS.

Similar to the shorts, the sweater has a cut-off area near the neckline, which adds a nice touch.

So, how do you feel about this particular look? Feel free to share in the comments section below.

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After 5: Pastels

post_myasia2_032616_01post_myasia2_032616_02post_myasia2_032616_03post_myasia2_032616_04post_myasia2_032616_05Shirt: Buffalo Exchange |
Pencil Skirt Rainbow | 
Shoes: Buffalo Exchange

“In my heart, I was reincarnated from the 1920s. I love how in the 1920s, prints and solids were in style!  With this look right here, I wanted to mix in my own swag!” -MyAsia

There’s nothing  that screams spring more than pastel colors. If you are ready to channel your inner Robyn Fenty with contrasting pastel colors, this post is for you.

Today, MyAsia shows us how to incorporate pastel-inspired pieces into her wardrobe.

Notice the color scheme chosen. The yellow shawl, pink blouse, and light blue skirt play off each other quite well. Remember, if you are going for something bright, try contrasting colors. MyAsia states, “Pastels in my opinion are like the pure colors to white.  Although you can’t wear them with everything, but you can definitely make a statement.”

MyAsia chose to break her pastel pieces up with a pair of floral wedges. She states, “To break up the pastels I through some patterns in with the shoes, to give it a even balance from head to toe.”

Overall, we love this look MyAsia! Not only does it  match the mood of the season, it’s also very eye-catching.

So how do you like this particular look?

Feel free to share with us in the comments section below!