I am slowly, but surely making progress in my Parsons x Teen Vogue Fashion Essentials online course. Seriously, I’m SO thankful for the fact that we are given a full year to complete it.
I recently finished the last assignment of the first course – Unlocking Visual Style. I had to submit a layout similar to my first assignment: we had to upload images to a Pinterest board and create/capture a separate imagine completely inspired by them. Here’s the post of my first assignment if you’d like to check it out: Urban Queen.
This assignment, however, was dedicated to my story, who I am & how I can visually represent myself. We had to take photos of our room and create an outfit inspired by them. This one was a little bit tricker because it’s a bit of a challenge to create an outfit inspired by interior design. Maybe it’s just me but whenever I look at my room, 8 out of 10 times, it’s a complete mess & I swear that’s exactly how I feel!
Nonetheless, here’s a screenshot of my board:
The outfit I came up with is pretty girly, with a hint of casualty. There’s an unkept vibe oozing from the distressed jacket, which I feel represents me perfectly. I wore my Plasma tee as a dress – Plasma is always hustlin’ hard & is a New Yorker, that’s that real inspo. HUF socks were added because they’re such a fun accessory and I threw on my JC Tardy’s because they are a huge part of my life as far as fashion blogging/vlogging goes. My favorite fashion vlogger wore these a ton when I first started watching YouTube videos, so when I found them on Poshmark, I just needed them in my life. No lie, they hold immense sentimental value to me. I added the gray beanie to go with the casual vibe & used the fake flowers as a prop to represent my love for Earth. I’m definitely a hippie princess.
- Beanie: H&M
- Earrings/Necklace: DeadGypsy & Co
- Jacket: Thrifted & DIY | Levi’s
- Tee: PlasmaSlug
- Shorts: American Eagle
- Tights: H&M
- Socks: HUF
- Shoes: Jeffery Campbells
What do you think of my outfit? Does it represent my Pinterest board well?
Thank you so much for stopping by!
‘Till next week,