Da Bomb Diggity

Yes currently it's really cold in NYC but given global warming (I tend to mention that in style posts a lot) I have learned to combine seasonless silhouettes together.  The bomber jacket is the right way to cover up in style whether it's 56 or 26 degrees.  I remember borrowing my older brother's bomber jacket in junior high school when I was in my super tomboy phase, add in gap overalls, timberlands, the infamous purple jansport book bag and I thought I was the bomb (cause I was!). Mid 90s in NYC the THING was to have a bomber jacket and it had to be from an Army/Navy store for additional street cred (legit ask any New Yorker who grew up mid-90s)

In 2017, I pair the bomber with a LBD (Little Black Dress) and red pumps, prefect for a night out.  Since it is cold right now...and I want to keep this realistic af haha. So if it was cold I would  pair this jacket with a turtleneck midi dress and sheer stockings. 

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Jacket:  Topshop , Dress:  T by Alexander Wang , Shoes:  Steve Madden

Jacket: Topshop, Dress: T by Alexander Wang, Shoes: Steve Madden

Pins:  Jordandene
Photography by  Manish Gosalia

Photography by Manish Gosalia

The bomber jacket just adds a bit of a tomboyish touch to any look, given how hard it can be to look fashionable in the winter time (as it is important to keep warm) it's rad to see brands take the bomber jacket to the next level. Check out my winter pics below! 


No matter your overall style, you can accentuate your aesthetic and prepare yourself for colder days with one of the bomber jacket options above. If you want to read more about the bomber jacket check out this HYPEBEAST article explaining the history, they totally nailed it! 

Stay chic and warm y'all!


Double Denim

I spent last Friday day running all around town but still managed to squeeze in a few photos! I’m obsessed with the denim on denim trend, you can never go wrong with The Gap. YUP, the denim shirt and pencil skirt are from The Gap, they do denim the best!

Hat: Nasty Gal, Top & Skirt: The Gap, Bikini top: Mara Hoffman, Shoes: Dolce Vita

Hat: Nasty Gal, Top & Skirt: The Gap, Bikini top: Mara Hoffman, Shoes: Dolce Vita

Photography by Steve Zak  

Photography by Steve Zak  

Since it was hot as (you know what) on Friday, I paired the combo with my favorite bikini top from Mara Hoffman.  The new edition to my necklace collection is from Brooklyn based brand, J. Topolski

It was rad experimenting with this outfit, I plan to take more risks in the future.  Lately, I’ve been experimenting, working on a lot of different projects, all a blast to be doing (duh, right). I’m still trying to wrap my head around things, and I'm making more of an effort to take my time with everything as a friend mentioned earlier last week. One thing is for sure, I am out of my comfort zone, and passion is the driving force for that.

The fall season will be here in a month or so... depending on if Mother Nature is happy or not. Nevertheless, I am looking forward to: leather, scarfs, velvet, beanies, and jackets! I seriously can't wait..more items to layer and experiment with!