Block Party

Fell in love with these boots, and I'm not sure how it hit me. They had a foreign look about them. An oddly-shaped block heel, and leather tight enough to show the silhouette of your feet. Do I want this? Do I want weirdly tight, geometric block boots? I do. I couldn't explain it, but I do. Strange as they are. No clue how to style these, but love always finds a way! 

Apparently I don't own any skinny jeans (they're all boyfriend's or belles), so I had to nix that styling option. Surely these babies can't hide underneath all that fabric. So my next option was a skirt. Done.

These boots are a unique blood orange color, so I stuck with some faithful neutrals to keep things moderate. Next, I grabbed a fitted top and a cardi to go with it and this turned out better than I thought. I'm often pleased with the looks I come up with when I'm pressed for time. But then again, who likes being rushed?

Top: American Apparel | Skirt: Finders Keepers via Boutique Dandelion | Cardigan: Free People | Boots: Zara | Backpack: Rebecca Minkoff

Photos by Ryan Chua

xo, victoria

90's Grunge

Overalls:  Wet Seal , Necklace/"Stacklace":  Xevana , Photos by  Lux

Overalls: Wet Seal, Necklace/"Stacklace": Xevana, Photos by Lux

Ah, the 90s. An era of soulful R&B and the best chick flicks to date. I was doing some last minute Coachella-shopping when I stumbled upon this hidden gem: Black. Crochet. Overalls! Tie a flannel around your waist with some combat boots and you're rocking this 90s trend. I styled it with my stacklace from Xevana which I've been literally wearing with everything. I think a dark lip vamps up this outfit (it's "Cyber" by MAC). Maybe I'm biased because it took me months to get my hands on this color. Maybe I'm crazy for searching for so long, who knows. #girlproblems. Hope you guys like it! Happy Monday, friends!

xo, victoria