Loh Cut Tanx and Cardeez
It's beginning to look a lot like fall, but its still hot dammit! The layering bug has bitten me and what better way to layer than with lightweight tanks and cardigans? Black and grey seems to be a common theme in my wardrobe, so don't act surprised at this color scheme. Don't hate on it either! :)
Layer 1: Acid wash grey jeans. Studded combat boots, belt with chains, and black tank LEOTARD! Can you believe it because I can't?! I haven't worn one of these things since I was in gymnastics as a little baby back flipper. Shout out to my old gym, go Tumble T's go!
Layer 2: All of layer 1 plus my go to oversized light grey tank. It adds extra dimension over the leo and added comfort. Its also perfect for "fat" days when you're feeling less than skinny enough. Thank you added illusions!
Layer 3: All of layer 1 and 2 plus a basic black cardigan. Its perfect for those days that get a chilly in the evening or if your just cold natured in general! Not to mention a cardigan or jacket dresses it up a tad bit so you can feel free to eat at expensive places with this edgy outfit on.
Layer 4: The finale, JEWELRY! This outfit is basic with the majority being flat color layered on top of flat color. How do you break up this monotony, you ask? Throw on lots of jewels of course! I layered 3 necklaces of varying lengths and 2 bracelets. The difference in materials and sizes really adds some edge and stand out power. I just love it.
Well I'm getting pulled off-stage so I'll catch you cool cats later! Thanks for checkin meowt! Peace.
(leotard - RUFSKIN, tank and jeans - H&M, boots - Jeffrey Campbell, belt - 7 For All Mankind, jewels - Eliza Paige, David Yurman, Panacea Designs, and Diesel)