Quick disclaimer:- I will get back to a mix of FH's and some other fun stuff as soon as I catch my breath. Life's cray cray rn. Thanks for hangin' with me, loves!
Sometimes, I just feel like a palette-cleanser outfit is in order: all neutral of some sort, or a mix of neutrals. Just very simple. Still, simple need not, and should not, be boring. Alicia does a fab job of this with this monochrome outfit from a recent selfie. The basic canvas is quite minimal: well-cut pants, simple, blouson-ed top. But she gives this outfit a real pop via her jewelry! Foxy always picks really personal, statement pieces that express a lot of character and that allows her to create a strong vibe for her look, just by selecting and layering a few of them. It's like a curated collection in a single outfit. To recreate her look, the basic step is to choose your canvas. You can go black-on-black like Foxy Fierce, choose a different monochrome or a highly edited color pairing: think beige and black or white and navy. Then, decide what theme you want to nod toward. Black-on-black lends itself to a dark-artsy vibe, like Foxy has going on, with big stones, skull or snake motifs and a trendy lariat in a luxurious fabric. You could do studs and spikes instead in hematite hues for a rocker vibe, go glam with crystal pieces,blend the last two for a glam-rock feel, or layer on pearls a bold and super-chic look. Try something you haven't experimented with before - rings on different fingers, two or three bracelets instead of one, a long chain doubled or tripled for more impact and accented with a pin (or two) or a ribbon. If you don't have precisely what you're craving obviously available, see what you DO have and work from there. If you don't have studded bracelets, but you do have a studded belt, wrap it around your wrist. If you don't have massive statement rings, layer a bunch of smaller pieces. If you don't have a statement necklace, hook several slimmer ones together for more intensity. Try silk flowers as a stand-in for floral jewels, or create a DIY pendant from an old belt buckle. Just one or two pieces that really match your design can be bolstered by several "close" items to give you a look that not only fits your mood, but is completely unique to your sense of style, via your choices of pieces and pairings. It's a rewarding way of capturing a theme, but still feeling very "you". So, do you, darlings! Happy Styling :)
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