The Golden Age

 

The trends this season vary accordingly. For the glitter girl, we have glitter, for the fur girl we have fur, for the pleather girl—we have lots of pleather. And it’s hard not to escape this 90s revival. It’s both grunge-worthy and fashionable. Something that has been lost since the time. (I’m kidding, the 90s is ALWAYS in fashion.) But for the celebristars today, celebrating what ‘once as’ is as trendy as ever. I would have never known to this quickly consider 90’s trends ‘vintage’. (Ahhh, the whining voice). Anyways and if were anything like the stars on the red carpet, we’re rocking what’s sexy-cool this Fall/Winter. Now take reference to Rita Ora (picture shown above). This Roc Nation singer is more than just music, she’s fashion. (Well, thanks to her stylists). And for a star that is rocking 90’s trends better than most today, we’ve decided to highlight her achievements. How conformist of me.

Meh.

Anyways, this Fall/Winter season is all about Furry Little Things. Be it in the sweater, in the neck wrap, in the gloves, in the jacket—it doesn’t matter, just as long as you wear it! Makes me a little envious of those who can actually afford this expensiveness. (Minus the fact that I would never wear fur—PETA-Approved). Anyways, faux is faux-sure this season, so buy it, retail-worthy. Mixing it with pleather or sheer-genius, is of the ideal this season. I’e even worn it down with a checkerboard crop top and high waisted black pants last week and let me tell you: it was street chic-worthy. So whatever you decide to fall for this season, make sure to include a little bit of fur in your closet—it’ll dress up, any dull or expected outfit.–-TRUST.

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