As soon as I saw this vintage satin starter jacket on eBay, I fell in love. I love this jacket almost as much as I love Sam… There aren’t many vintage Texas Tech pieces that I’ve found.
It make me feel edgy, especially with the ankle boots and distressed jeans. I paired it with black sunglasses and a black and white stripe button-down to keep it in the same color family. I wanted the jacket to be the statement piece of the whole look.
What vintage style do you love to wear in a modern and updated way?
Part 2/3 of my outfits in St. Louis! Here’s another professional look throwing in a print like in this look, but instead of a neutral, I color-blocked with a bright pencil skirt. With the print and colors, I feel like it gives off a strong 80’s vibe. Read on to see the description and details!
Being young and female in a male dominated industry, it’s difficult to navigate professional fashion in the workplace. I don’t want to look so bland that it comes off as matronly; but not so young that it comes off as inexperienced. My easiest professional fashion solution is to throw in a crazy print with neutrals.
This weekend, I wanted to be super comfortable, without sacrificing style. And I wanted to wear my fringe boots.
What better way to run around town?