Nothing terrifies me more than not being able to wear black. Whether that be due to the dress code of an event or because of the one thing that is inevitable:
Every season every single year, Zara becomes the it-retailer for those of us living la vida broke-a and cannot casually buy those new Alexander Wang boots like a 6 piece nugget deal at McDonalds. I remember not fully understanding Zara in High School and falling head over heels in love with it in Fashion School …
The act of deconstructing fashion by purposely dressing blank or dull. What once started as a post-ironic anti-fashion, “purposely uncool” trend by hipsters in an attempt to pull away from the subculture fashion that were becoming commercialized and popular, norm core is quickly becoming a legitimate fashion trend. Characterized by boxy, unflattering jean jackets, oversized sweatshirts, gift shop baseball hats. Anything that looks like it might be featured in a Calvin Klein from 1998, or anything you’d wear around the house on laundry day.