This post is LONG overdue but I needed time to get everything the way I wanted them to be. I'm glad to be able to finally release my favorite photos and moments from this years Coachella. If you've been a reader for a while or you know me personally, you know that Coachella is one of my favorite events of the year. This year was different from other years for me fashion wise. I attended the festival, camped with amazing friends, danced, drank, and lived to the best of my abilities for the fourth year in a row. While I attend Coachella for the atmosphere and the music, this years focus on what I was going to wear wasn't a huge priority. I wasnt into the idea of "Coachella fashion" but instead, what I thought looked good for me instead of the masses. Every year aside from this one, I've had a solid theme to base my outfits around. This year I incorporated different things that I wanted to evoke based on my musical mood and how rowdy I thought I was going to get. Be sure to click through both of the gallery's. Till next year Coachella, I've been counting down the days since we left.
Winter won't stop me from having any fun with my style. For this weeks Outfit Of The Day, I wanted to incorporate a set. Nowadays, it's more common that we see women wear sets more than men. However, I took my own personal approach and paired to pieces that I felt needed each other in order to show them off in the best light possible. The shirt I paired is from Urban Outfitters and I actually scored it on sale for $4. The sweatpants I'm wearing were also got from the sale section but at Zara, for only $12. To keep up my aesthetic I paired my Rihanna x Puma Creepers which are always a statement piece. Maintaining my simple style in California can always be done effectively and efficiently, especially with the right tools.
I'm starting this year off with a completely new vision for Fashion Killed the Kid. This year will mark the 4 year anniversary of this blog and I couldnt be more excited to elevate my entire aesthetic. Today, I'm showing off an outfit that I really felt embodied what it mean to come out strong for the New Year. When I got dressed for this outfit this morning, I knew I wanted to incorporate my new distressed jeans that I bought at Primark for $16 while being on the East Coast. I paired my jeans with a super nice shirt that I got from Topman for $35 and my newest favorite pair of boots which were also purchased at Topman for $150. The denim jacket served as being the main staple that tied my outfit together creating a dark yet cool sense of what I wanted to evoke.