I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. If I had to pick one go-to outfit, it’d be sturdy denim, great heels and a leather jacket. My current leather jacket situation is a bit out of control (is that really such a thing though?) so in an effort to keep costs low and variety high, I scooped up this faux number for under $150. The silver stars give it some edge and veer into Saint Laurent territory at a fraction of the cost. To really feel like a badass, I paired it with my spikiest heels and distressed charcoal denim for a cool monochromatic look.
The topic of having a uniform has been on my mind a lot lately. I think the most successful bloggers and style icons are the ones that stick to a pattern that people can easily identify. That said, one of my least favorite questions is when people ask me to describe my style. My default response is “indiscernible”. While I get why people ask, I hate classifying myself into one tiny box when the way I dress is so greatly influenced by my mood. One day I might feel incredibly girly, the next like a kooky, glam version of The Joker. Volatile doesn’t begin to cover it.
So I’d like to ask you, dear readers. Do you prefer following someone whose style you can easily predict, or do you like being surprised by variety?