This is a blog post on how the Grunge Stole New Year's Day..
But no not really
In a street filled with city dust, this black and white palette - dominated by crisp white - will definitely get you noticed in all monochromatic splendour. 
 As my first outfit post of 2014, this is and ode to the girly side to grunge. Even though grunge is dominated by oversized, tough-looking clothes, I decided to put a distinct femine vibe on my outfit. 
 This dark side of me alludes to a feminine mystique, where it be through some Nasty Gal crop top or my Forever 21 floppy hat. 
 Yes it is possible to be a tough grunge chick, all the while maintaining one's feminity because it just goes to show that you can be a woman who is fearlessly fashionable, expressing attitude and a quirky persona through the choices you make on clothes. 
 I just hope that 2014 would bring more bold new visions of effortless grace and feminity here on my blog :)
Side note: I had so much fun during this blog shoot because not only I got to work with the super talented Angelo Kangleon but also my lovely girls were there to help me with my outfit, my make-up and all. 
Thank you so much Shelly, Monique, Maia and Paige!! ♡

Crop top from Nasty Gal
Leather pants from H&M
Boots from Doc Martens
Accessories from Aldo and Bershka
Floppy hat from Forever 21

Photos by:
Angelo Kangleon

Make-up by:
Maia Cabanes