Between the metallic bow pumps, the sparkles on the bag and the bejeweled top (not to mention the mode I'm in at work), I wanted to start this post with "Happy Holidays!". Too early right? I guess I'll wait until after Halloween and say Happy Monday instead :)
And for those of you who think my white jeans make this look un-festive, you are obviously not from California where we wear open toe shoes and white year-round.
WEARING: banana republic top, old navy blouse, gap jeans, mojo moxy heels
When were bomber jackets first in style? When did they come
back in style? Did they ever really go out of style? It seems like all of a
sudden bomber jackets are all the rage, however when I think about fashion and
how it's evolved it seems like they were always around in some capacity. I
remember having a leather bomber about 7+ years ago, and they were part of my
school uniform way back in the day, so I guess I've always been into them, but
they feel different this time. They come in prints, and fun colors, lighter
materials and I've bought 3 in the last month. I don't have a problem though :)
When PILOTMAN reached out to me about partnering with them, I will admit I was a bit confused
after I went on their Amazon store and saw they only carry ties. I've never
worn a tie before, and I don't review products I don't use/wear, but I do love
all things menswear inspired so I decided to go for it!
And I'm glad I
did because I love the TIE (which is 100% silk and only $14.99) and the whole look! The colors are so rich and
vibrant and they would add a nice pop to any suit, button down or however you
chose to wear it. Just look at the difference the tie makes between the picture above and below!
For you ladies
worried about a men's tie being too thick or too long, try it with a buttoned up menswear vest or
paired with a button down and worn on the inside of a crew neck sweater. That way, not all of the tie is exposed.