4 Albums x 4 Looks: Outfits inspired by the albums of some of my favorite songs
I decided it was about time I dropped a solid amount of Style Rundown content on the blog - with a little twist of course. Thanks to SheIn, I had a mini shopping spree and picked up some pieces that caught my eye and created four wildly random and different outfits that were inspired by the albums of four favorite songs. So much of what we wear and do is impacted by everything going on around us. Music happens to be one of the external factors that shapes my wardrobe greatly - and I'm talking more than just band tees. From how a song makes you feel to the visuals in an artist's music video to even the graphics of the album cover, there's so much to build and style off of.
1. Focus x Sigrid + Bell Sleeve Sheer Top
This song by Sigrid will take you on an emotional rollercoaster. But it's one of those rollercoasters you’d see in the kids part of an amusement park: impactful but not too intense. I loved the colors that Sigrid chose for her EP: the subtle mint green and the almost washed out lilac. The lilac really inspired the backdrop for this look and I worked off of the flyness of Sigrid’s outfit on the cover with this sheer button of this top.
2. 1950 x King Pricess + Frida Kahlo Portrait Tee
There’s no one that has a killer portrait like Frida but King Princess comes pretty close with the cover for 1950. I pulled the aspects of powerful blue and splashes of bright orange and red.
3. Someone That Loves You x HONNE + Abstract Graffiti Tee
I don't need to sit here and word vomit my endless love for this HONNE song but I will say that if there was ever a cover that captured the light when it hits the water, it’s this one. The ombre splashes of dark yellow and burnt orange created this look featuring this toasted caramel abstract graffiti tee.
4. This Will Be x Natalie Cole + Fit & Flared Lace Dress
This cover had just as much of a role in this look as the song did. It’s like the minute this Natalie Cole song all I want to do is smile and do a happy dance. Essentially, it’s a song about freedom and I wanted what I wore to be free and effortlessly impactful. The faded magenta of the background helped, too =)
What I Wore
Graffiti Top http://bit.ly/2LlVv2r Search ID: 478933
Jeans - Forever 21 +
Mules - New Look
Fit & Flare Dress http://bit.ly/2mwFTv7 Search ID: 455504
Shoes - Call It Spring
Bag - Target
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