Dress by CUE → Cher’s little dark red dress in Clueless
Vintage denim vest from Chicago thrift store Harajuku → Seto Ayumi’s oversized denim vest (or ‘sleeveless jacket’)
W.I.A. nails print crop t-shirt → worn by Brooke Candy
Customised crop Von Dutch t-shirt → “Meet Me At Bebe, BB” editorial by DIS Magazine
Hamburger print t-shirt by Get A Life → photo seen on my Tumblr feed
Vintage Levi’s jacket → Manitas’ oversized acid wash jacket
American Apparel crop top → Mathilda’s stripe crop t-shirt in Leon, The Professional
Black Friday button-up corduroy skirt → Cher’s button-up mini skirt in Clueless
Fairly recently I posted this on my tumblr and asked you guys to give me feedback on the kind of content you’d like to see here on my blog. I feel like juggling both video editing and photo editing for my YouTube channel and blogspot respectively is pretty damn tricky in terms of time management, but I still enjoy them both so much so I wouldn’t want to neglect either one. So by expanding the types of things I post here (as opposed to pretty much only outfit posts which take a lot longer to create) I feel I can keep my blog updated more frequently. yayyyyy.
Getting onto the actual topic of this post – one of the feedback suggestions I received was sharing the inspiration behind my style and clothing. So I have created a sort of ‘inspiration breakdown’ by selecting a few pieces from my wardrobe that have some kind of memorable inspiration behind them and basically explaining why I hunted them down slash bought them e.g. because it contributed to a character look I was going for (and lbh* 93% of my style is dressing like fictional people).
How do you guys find your inspiration for your style and/or clothing choices?
And if you have any further post requests or suggestions I’d love to hear those too 🙂
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*fyi this isn’t a typo of ‘tbh’ – ‘lbh’ stands for ‘let’s be honest’