The latest fashionplate features our repurposed Jane’s Addiction vintage tee at a holiday lunch with my mom and sister at Maison Pickle. We decided to quick start dry January in December and stick to carb loading. It’s all about balance right? We got the fried chicken and challah french toast and it was delish and SO MUCH food. So yum. We also got the small sized mac & cheese and it was also rich and decadent. And last but not least we got the Deluxe french dip that had a gruyere fondue which was also amazing. We couldn’t finish all of the food and left ready to walk off our meal and shop the holiday markets and Saks and Bergdorfs. For a late lunch the restaurant was half full. Next time I want to sit in the secluded booth where I think some rapper and his entourage were eating. Not cool anymore to know every rapper :-( See how I styled this fashionplate and all the ootd deets here.
Running around the city in Tasch NYC band tee, Bebe leather moto jacket, Blank NYC vegan leather leggings, H&M ankle booties and YSL medium Kate black purse. Photography by Meghan Asselta.
This week is devoted to the classic Rock & Roll band tee. I worked with designer Tasch on this post. I just love her stuff since she repurposes a classic band tee. In this look she has added holes and burnt others into the oversized black Nirvana tee I’m wearing. I styled it with my Blank NYC vegan leather leggings, H&M metallic ankle booties and Bebe leather moto jacket, finishing it off with my new YSL medium Kate purse in all black.
I love the way a band tee can add edge to any outfit, and since this t-shirt is oversized I wanted to pair it with a legging and jacket and add an ankle boot. The all black edge gets funky with a metallic boot which is a huge trend at the moment. This classic yet edgy look is timeless.