Denim on Denim is such a popular look; if you style it right. The key is to make sure you either wear the same wash of denim or wear opposite washes for your top and bottom.
One of my all time fav denim-on-denim looks is Rihanna’s. The skirt is so old school but so stylish and of course she works it. I’m sure most of you already have a chambray shirt in your closet, you are halfway to wearing this look yourself. See how to get the look 4Less below!
It was quite hard to find a crocodile clutch that isn’t $1000+ so I chose a similar style of bag (it’s actually a wallet). The look is quite inexpensive, since I’m sure you already have a couple of items like these in your closet and you can add your own jewelry to make the look your own! Let me know what your fav part of the outfit is in the comments and be sure to follow me on Instagram @hungry4style_
Just a quick post today, I really loved my outfit yesterday so I had to share it with you guys. Layering is key for the colder seasons and it looks amazing. It adds depth to your outfit and you can mix/match with colours, patters, fabrics and shapes.
I wore a black jumpsuit from Express with a loose-knit cardigan from Suzy Shier, my fav chelsea boots from Call it Spring, (faux) Leather Jacket from Urban Planet and my new scarf from Express.
Let me know what your go-to layers are in the comments!
At first, I was so skeptic of these sweaters and thought they were ‘ugly’. This season, I have a new found love for them. They are SO comfy and can literally go with anything in your wardrobe. I’m glad they are back this Fall/Winter season so I can give them a second chance. I bought one at H&M over the weekend and I want to wear it everyday. Unfortunately, I can’t bring myself to do that.
I have been seeing these sweaters pop up everywhere, H&M had a great price of $19.95 on the one I bought. I wasn’t able to take any pics of how I styled mine but there will FOR SURE be a post in the future featuring it, so subscribe to be the first to see new posts!
A couple ways to style them are: layered over top a flannel/button down, under your fav leather jacket, tucked into distressed denim or with that A-line skirt you have been dying to wear. The possibilities are endless since these sweaters come in so many different styles, shapes and colours.
Take a peak at my Instagram @hungry4style_ to see a pic of my own fuzzy sweater!!
Today’s post is all about them celebrities. We all know celebs wear the most expensive clothing and usually have amazing style. But, for some of us, we cannot afford a $2000 pair of sneakers. Introducing, CELEB STYLE4LESS!! Every week I will choose a celeb who’s style has inspired me and show you how to get their style 4LESS!
As a 19 year old, Kendall Jenner is a huge style influence for my generation. She just recently made a MAJOR move in the industry by being in almost every single designer show at all the fashion weeks. Such an inspiration.
Kendall’s style is really simple but so damn stylish, how does she do it?? It is hard to tell what she is wearing under the coat, so I styled it with a t-shirt dress.
Sweaters are a MUST-HAVE for the fall/winter season. Usually, sweaters are dressed down or dressed causal but they always have the potential to be dressed up. I thought I would show you guys how you can wear your fav knit sweater for a dressy/going out look.
Instead of just wearing a simple cami or tee underneath my sweater, I wore a cami with a lace insert, it adds a lot more femininity and chic-ness (is that a word?) that dresses up the sweater. I, of course, added a bib-style necklace (current obsession) to complete the look.
This is my first time wearing these sling-backs and I already have blisters, my poor toes. Beauty is pain though, amiright?
Leather (faux) leggings are definitely a piece you can also dress down/dress up, they completed the look I was going for because of the shine. I wore simple pair of heels because I wanted the top half of my outfit to have most of the attention. The great thing about the sweater is that it’s not too thick, so on the colder days I can throw my jacket over top.
There is a lot going on here, faux leather, heavy knit, studs and suede. Who cares though, it works. Fall is sweater weather and I am definitely taking advantage of it by wearing a thick knit sweater with faux leather leggings/joggers.
Usually, I am wearing all-black, but I always try to add a pop of colour somewhere. Whether its my lipstick, necklace, purse or shoes. Shoes won this time. I am IN LOVE with this bright red for fall. Red and Fall go together like peanut butter and jelly or pizza and beer. You get the point. I love the loafer, preppy style of these flats and of course the POP!
Are these even called leggings? If you watched my hungry4new-in video (click link to watch!!) then you know I describe them as half legging, half jogger because they are kind of loose and kind of tight. Hopefully you understand what I mean. Sometimes there is no easy way to explain how something fits and these pants are one of them.
Let me know what your favourite fall item is in the comments and be sure to follow @hungry4style_ on Instagram.
ALSO, you should definitely follow my friend, Alannah’s blog TinyinToronto she is also a fashion student here in Toronto, she took all these pics so be sure to give her the credit and check out her blog!
So by the title, you can probably tell that I will be non-stop gushing over my (drumroll) current obsession!!
I’m not quite sure what the name of the item is called but, I did some research (aka: Tumblr, Pinterest, Google) and found a couple names for it. It is the gypsy, bib, metal, coin, statement necklaces. Hopefully, you have some idea of what I am talking about.
Let me know in the comments what you think of these necklaces. Be sure to subscribe to hungry4style to the right and follow my Instagram @hungry4style_ !!
After seeing the first pic, you are probably in love too. I completely understand why and I am glad we share the same love interests for a piece of jewelry. A couple months ago is when I first started seeing this beautiful necklace style and I got attached. I just had to find one for myself. I found the perfect one recently, when I went to Aldo (four pics down) and it was actually a reasonable price at $25.