I was reading an article the other day that talked about the low heel and how it was a beginner heel for teens back in the day so they could learn to walk in heels. Starting with function then fashion.
The defining aspects of the look come down to color, texture and cut. The low cut deep V-neck top when paired with the high waisted voluminous pants highlights my waist and shows off just the right amount. The bold red and pink hues with the stark black accents made my look super chic and the contrasting textures added depth to this look. What tied these materials together were the sheer aspects to them.
I threw in the crisp white hat randomly because I’ve been wearing it everywhere lately and it added a cool effect.
Everyone has that favorite items they love to wear as much as possible because they were an affordable yet stylish find! I want to live in these vintage Levi’s that I got for only $20! The last time I found a pair of vintage Levi’s that cheap was 5 years ago at the Fairfax Market. But this time, I found them while I was shopping with my niece at Brandy Melville.
Needless to say, this purchase has been a game changer for my closet. Ever since Redone’s blew up, the prices for vintage denim have sky rocketed with their success, so this was a deal I couldn’t pass up.
The textures of both pieces are complimentary yet contrasting, which makes a cool LA street style statement. The romantic silhouettes, with ruffles, high necklines and sheerness contrasts with accents of metallic hardware along with the soft, thick fabrics for fall, like corduroy and velvet. All of these aspects come together to create the perfect fall outfit. I completed the look by keeping my shoes light and relaxed, with my go to slide slippers.