I think the best part about fashion is the fact that it allows you to be whoever you want to be (I'm pretty sure that's why I celebrated Halloween for like a month-- I had a whole month of excuses to dress up and be whoever and whatever!). But on a typical day, if I'm feeling like a boho/hipster-- I just put on a floppy hat and a long dress and call it a day. Feeling like a prepster? I throw on a collared button up and some glasses and I'm good to go. I can always change who I am and express myself through different styles and clothes. And that fully goes with today's fall outfit which I have categorized as my "gangster chick" persona. Feeling like a little rebel with my LA fall beanie, leather vest, and combat boots, I obviously had to add my little Lainey flare with the jewelry and colored patterned pants to make this gangster chick still a Fashionlainer.
If there's one thing that's a necessity for fall fashion, it's definitely a beanie. I remember when I purchased my first beanie almost this time a year ago, I hoped that I would be able to rock it successfully in my looks. And I'm pretty sure that ever since then, I have rocked them nonstop (without trying to be a beanie overloader). I've come to learn throughout this year of playing and experimenting even more so with fashion, that it's ok to step outside of your comfort zone. Because once you accept trying to add changes to your wardrobes and looks, everything becomes naturally apart of your style if you own it! Pairing today's look with the other must-have fall fashion items, I grab one of my all-time fave plaid shirts, a high-low skirt, Bongo suede wedges, and a bright red Kardashian Kollection purse to tie the whole outfit together. Obviously having to throw in some Honey bling into the mix, I think it's safe to say I'm the Fallest Honey there is.