June 15, 2016

Made by Madden


Photography taken by Britt Elexandria

    I am all about Steve Madden, as they are one of my favorite shoe brands and I love working with them. Today's feature explores all aspects of their men's fashion selection, not just shoes. I selected my summer essentials and they all happened to pair well together in the same look.
     The SKYLORR is a sleek motorcycle-inspired ankle boot, which inspired my "Drive" themed look. These well crafted leather beauties feature a quilted back and easily slide on with sleek side zippers. For the same satin effect as the infamous jacket from the movie, I chose a contrast bomber from Zara. Every heist needs a bag. This ultra fresh Madden hybrid duffel combines performance reflective zipper pulls and taping with sportswear twill fabric for an edgy juxtaposed styling. For accessories, I wore a cable wire bangel in the same metal as my jacket's zippers and the finishing touch was my Clubmaster Aluminum sunnies in bronze/copper. I am all packed up for this weekend's adventure!

Attire:
SKYLORR Ankle Boot- Steve Madden Collaboration
MM-306 Hybrid Duffel- Steve Madden Collaboration
Cable Wire Bangle- Steve Madden Collaboration
White Biker Trouser- Zara
Contrast Bomber Jacket- Zara
Premium Cotton Shirt- H&M
Ray-Ban Clubmaster Aluminum- Sunglass Hut Outlet

Retail:
SKYLORR Ankle Boot- Steve Madden $160
MM-306 Hybrid Duffel- Steve Madden $120
Cable Wire Bangle- Steve Madden $40
Contrast Bomber Jacket- Zara $89
Premium Cotton Shirt- H&M $18
Ray-Ban Clubmaster Aluminum- Ray-Ban $205




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June 4, 2016

Are You Phorreall?


Photography taken by Britt Elexandria

    Besides being one of the dopest producers in the world, we can't deny Pharrell's out of this world sense of fashion. I would definitely say he is one of my style icons. Pharrell likes to push boundaries and put outfits together that are outside of the box. I may not be as extreme as him, but I would like to say my style isn't labeled to one genre. i am OTHER!
    I never thought I could pull off the fiddler hat. Funny story, I sent of a pic to my siblings to get approval when I found this cap at Buffalo Exchange. They told me, "NO!" and I responded, "Pharrell rocks it, I think I can pull it off." Boom! Got it. Haha! Keep it cool with blue, I threw on my authentic leather jacket I had thrifted. I kept it simple with a white graphic tee and tucked it into some blue skinny jeans. A look can't be as simple when it comes to Pharrell, so I threw on pops of print: my vintage Hawaiian shirt and rolled up my pant to show my striped socks. Final touches were over accessorizing my wrists and fingers and some round John Lennon type sunnies.

Attire:
Fiddler Cap- Buffalo Exchange
Homies South Central Graphic Tee- Buffalo Exchange
Leather Jacket- Bellflower Thrift Store
Vintage Hawaiian Button Up- Buffalo Exchange
Obey Skinny Jeans- Urban Outfitters
Brogue Saddle Oxford- Urban Outfitter's Black Friday Sale

Retail:
Fiddler Cap- Brixton $27
Graphic Tee- Brian Lichtenberg prices vary
Navy Suede Biker Jacket- Topman $400
Printed Floral Shirts- Zara prices vary
Levi's 519 Extreme Skinny Jeans - Nordstrom $80
Samuel Hubbard Oxford - Nordstrom $235




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May 24, 2016

Coastal Blues

Photography taken by Kara Nixon

    Short sleeves and shorts are summer essentials, especially in California. Even if you are not near the beach, staying cool in our summer weather is a requirement for everyday style. #ExpressMen has got us covered with a variety of summer options from casual to sophisticated attire. What I love about their selection is that I am still able to stay true to my Southern California vibe.
    When choosing the color scheme for this outfit I wanted to accentuate the main color of the featured pieces from Express. Building off the freshness of the white khaki utility short, I chose a shirt with fine navy lines to break up the color block of white. To highlight the blues, I threw on an Express' fitted 1MX short sleeve in a rich hue. My last two blue accents were a blue analog rubber strap watch, and chambray slip on sneakers. EXPRESSed from head to toe in west coastal blues.

Attire:
Fitted Short Sleeve 1MX- Express Collaboration
Khaki 9 Inch Flat Front Utility Shorts- Express Collaboration
Striped Shirt- H&M
Blue Analog Rubber Strap Watch- Express Collaboration
Fabric Belt- H&M
Blue Chambray Slip-On Sneakers- Express Collaboration

Retail:
Fitted Short Sleeve 1MX- Express prices vary
Khaki 9 Inch Flat Front Utility Shorts- Express prices vary
Blue Analog Rubber Strap Watch- Express $53
Fabric Belt- H&M $18
Blue Chambray Slip-On Sneakers- Express $45



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May 18, 2016

Green for Go


Photography taken by Kara Nixon

    Lately, our California summer has been gloomy. Our mornings are super cloudy, and by the end of the day summer appears. A great way to handle "fall weather in the summer" is to choose earthy tones when putting your outfit together. I read an article from Urban Outfitter's and they agreed that green signifies newness. Along with neutrals colors, greens are an everlasting color throughout the seasons, it all depends on the correct choice of warmth or coolness.
    I wanted to showcase the options of greens and how to use them in your outfit. You can make a statement by choosing bold pieces like this satin bomber jacket, and layer a soft tonal print underneath. Camo prints are great for the spring/summer. I chose a chino pant in olive to unify the greens and neutrals together. Then to top off the look I chose warm earthy leather accents.

Attire:
Satin Pilot Jacket- H&M
Camo Button Up- Forever 21
Leather Belt- H&M
Olive Chinos- H&M
Woven Dress Shoes- Goodwill

Retail:
Fear of God Bomber- Selfridges&Co $975
Leather Belt- H&M $7
Valentino Camo Long-Sleeve- Neiman Marcus $995
Chinos- H&M $25
Woven Dress Shoes- Saks Fifth $189.99




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