I low key live for 90s fashion. It wasn’t until I were in college that I realized that it was my aesthetic, and it intensified now that it’s become the latest trend again. Plain white tees, embroidery and patches, button down shirts, tight shirt under a slip dress, sneakers + dress combo, denim jackets, A-line skirts and high waist everything — my closet is filled with those. I like how chill the fashion is, and I actually really like old-school things.
I mean, it’s where my current obsession with analog film stemmed from. I actually regret ever letting my mom give away a box full of jumper shorts/pants away 4 years ago! I were hesitant to give it away but my mom was persistent to declutter. Imagine the possibilities had I stood my ground and held on to those pieces. No use in sulking over it though so I had to make do with what I currently have and can have.
I fell in love with this top the moment I saw it during my first ever thrift shop adventure. It was really oversized but I believed it looked well, and I were able to work with it.
I paired it with my mom jeans from Zara. I LOVE IT SO MUCH! This is actually one of my favorite outfits. I first wore it in Japan, and my mom was judging me because I refused to wear a thicker jacket despite the freezing morning weather.
Despite me being cold during the early morning, it was actually very comfortable as the temperature got warmer. The blouse had a structured look because of the shoulder pads, and my pants are just the right kind of loose and fit — it allowed me to eat and finish a whole bowl of ramen! What do you think about this outfit? I’d love to hear your thoughts! <3 (Oh, and if you’re wondering why the photos are grainy, I made it so because I’m going for a subtle analog film look — hence, the grain and light leaks. 😛 )
Thrifted top, Zara jeans, Aerosoles boots, Forever21 coat, SM Parisian bag, Parfois watch
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