Wrong in White | ft. Joah Brown

October 14, 2014

neckbreakin style
"So wrong, but so right."



neckbreakin style

neckbreakin style

neckbreakin style

neckbreakin style

neckbreakin style

neckbreakin style
Lazy Day Tank - Joah Brown // White Distressed Denim - Rustic Dime // Superman Bodice - One Teaspoon // Sneakers - Converses // Necklace - Aldo Shoes 

You know that saying - "Don't wear white after Labor Day." It mind boggles me how popular this outdated style rule is. After a bit of research aka scanning the first page of google results, I was even more surprised on how little the grounds are for this seasonal white out. Of course, I couldn't help myself but to break this silly restriction. White is one of my favorite outfit monochromatic choices. If I could only wear one color all year round, it would hands down be white. Hey, if Coco Chanel did it, so can this gal. I also don't mind living in Joah Brown tees. I've invested in many basic tees and probably have gone through more disappointments than Jane in 27 Dresses. I can watch that movie on rotation. Joah Brown's quality and subtle unique cuts make it too easy to incorporate into my daily concrete grinds and occasional home hideaways. I'm wearing their Lazy Day Tank, a self-fulfilling prophecy perhaps. I maintained the lazy theme with men distressed denim by Rustic Dime, my favorite One Teaspoon bodice, and classic white Chucks. Then to complete my self-proclaimed badassness, I broke a couple more Fall rules that day by buying a strawberry ice cream cone, driving with the window AND the sunroof down, and not wearing a sweater after 7pm. 

So wrong, but so right. 

Photos by Pedro 

"So wrong, but so right." Lazy Day Tank - Joah Brown // White Distressed Denim - Rustic Dime // Superman Bodice - One Teaspoon // Sneakers - Converses // Necklace - Aldo Shoes  You know that saying - "Don't wear white after Labor Day." It mind boggles me how popular this outdated style rule is. After a bit of research aka scanning the first page of google results, I was even more surprised on how little the grounds are fo…
neckbreakin style
"So wrong, but so right."



neckbreakin style

neckbreakin style

neckbreakin style

neckbreakin style

neckbreakin style

neckbreakin style
Lazy Day Tank - Joah Brown // White Distressed Denim - Rustic Dime // Superman Bodice - One Teaspoon // Sneakers - Converses // Necklace - Aldo Shoes 

You know that saying - "Don't wear white after Labor Day." It mind boggles me how popular this outdated style rule is. After a bit of research aka scanning the first page of google results, I was even more surprised on how little the grounds are for this seasonal white out. Of course, I couldn't help myself but to break this silly restriction. White is one of my favorite outfit monochromatic choices. If I could only wear one color all year round, it would hands down be white. Hey, if Coco Chanel did it, so can this gal. I also don't mind living in Joah Brown tees. I've invested in many basic tees and probably have gone through more disappointments than Jane in 27 Dresses. I can watch that movie on rotation. Joah Brown's quality and subtle unique cuts make it too easy to incorporate into my daily concrete grinds and occasional home hideaways. I'm wearing their Lazy Day Tank, a self-fulfilling prophecy perhaps. I maintained the lazy theme with men distressed denim by Rustic Dime, my favorite One Teaspoon bodice, and classic white Chucks. Then to complete my self-proclaimed badassness, I broke a couple more Fall rules that day by buying a strawberry ice cream cone, driving with the window AND the sunroof down, and not wearing a sweater after 7pm. 

So wrong, but so right. 

Photos by Pedro