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Stripes & Pops of Color

Posted on June 6th 2013 by
I’ve come to the conclusion that there are somethings about ourselves that will simply never change, case in point: I will still continue to wear over-sized menswear pieces that hide my extremely awkward feminine shape, within the black and white color scheme. This outfit post has no relevance to the current temperature as of late, but before the heat wave just a few days ago we were all about spring layering. 
Just a few months ago I bought these bright blue heels from Zara that can be pegged as an Alexander Wang “Emma” knockoff. I’m pretty sure you have your own opinion on Zara’s attempt to duplicate every designer garment and/or accessory from the runways for an affordable price, but from time to time you can find something that you will like and wear almost everyday. They’ve been my go to shoe whenever I’m in the city for meetings and look chic paired with black and white. If you’re too into masculine femininity during a mild heat wave this summer then I suggest you whip out those MC Hammer like trousers and tailored blazers. Thank me later. 
Thick or skinny, horizontal or vertical, stripes proved to be this seasons biggest trends and can be worn a multitude of ways. No one wants to look like a circus tent-but with some clever styling they can be flattering, I promise.  
Silence & Noise boyfriend blazer, Alexander Wang T, Silence & Noise trousers, Zara heels, Alexander Wang Diego bucket bag.


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I love your black/white look with those Zara heels!