My philosophy on color is kind of obscure. --Okay, I lied. Actually, my love for color should be pretty evident by now, with my closet to my drawers filled with a montage of bold prints, color, denim and more color and prints!
There was a time in my life where I was introduced to the potent potential of the color black and for a while, all I ever did was stay within the lines of neutralism. But just like food, we start to acquire a different taste in how we dress. And for me, was when the world of color started to flood in with unlimited possibilities of what I could wear.
How some of the craziest prints are paired together, creating a whirl wind of confusion to some folks who just don't get how one can manage to conjure up such a thing. To textures and colors, worn like it's no ones business and suddenly making it everyone's business the second you step onto the scene.
Truly, there's nothing logical about it. People who build a relationship with their sense of style, are able to wear whatever their hearts please. Which essentially is something that I hold on to, individualism and having a understanding of what does and doesn't suit me.
So it goes without question, that in my world, both bold prints and color are the center of my true aesthetic for style. Throughout the years of self discovery and experimental phases, I have built a undeniable relationship with the shades and structures of my own style.
With a touch of gold, which pays huge respects to the legendary B.I.G.-- killer piece by Melody Eshani
1. 'Notorious' gold necklace | Melody Eshani
2. Oversized hot pink knitted sweater | Rue21
3. Floral print leggings | G.A.G on this Threads