So it’s been ages since I’ve posted anything and I highly apologize for disappearing off the face of the fashion blog universe just as I was getting the ball rolling. But here I am, with the revamped NEH 2.0! For anybody who doesn’t know who I am or what the hell I’m rambling about (which is likely the majority of you). I’m Mel and this is my fashion blog Never Enough Hangers where I fully intend to post 3-4 times a month (be lenient with me :3). I have a huge wardrobe and I ‘m here to share with all you Beautiful Babes my stylings, my favorite season trends, and hopefully some new fashion inspiration for yourself. So BB’s, let’s get to the goods!
All photos by: Aaron Salinas & Edited by: Maria Melinda David
Recently L.A’s spring weather has been intensely bipolar, this week I’ve been enjoying the gloomy days and as always jumping at the opportunity to layer up. As of recent my style has evolved in to a minimal monochromatic look rather than my usual flashy style (not to say I’ve given up my gaudiness entirely). I feel minimalism makes a statement all on it’s own and always looks incredibly on point. I decided to wear all black everything and kept to a very sleek and simple silhouette.
In this outfit I’m rocking a thrifted Prada graphic long-sleeve, the graphic looks to be of an Olympic diver with a chain attached to their foot which I found to be an interesting aesthetic. I’ve tucked the long-sleeve into a pair of high waisted form fitting black American Apparel Disco Pants. I now swear by these pants as a closet essential, they’re around $80 bucks but I say it’s definitely worth the investment. I’ve belted them with a patent leather belt accented with a gold lion’s head buckle, very reminiscent of Versace. The belt really accentuates my hips, giving me an even more pronounced hourglass figure. As for shoes, I’ve tucked my pants into a pair of rugged mid heel lace up combat boots in black. I love a black boot paired with a black pant, it never fails to highlight and lengthen the leg in any outfit.
Up top I’ve layered my classic cut leather Moto jacket to add some texture to this look, which is especially important in an all-black outfit. A Moto jacket is another closet essential I live by , it never fails to add that instant bad ass quality to any look.
As for accessories I kept it simple with a gold band on my index finger and this light weight hooded infinity scarf. The scarf which is probably my favorite part of the ensemble, really brings this entire minimal look together. It immediately dramatizes the outfit by drawing you in with a certain demure yet mysterious quality.
Well I hope you Babes enjoyed this week’s post of Never Enough Hangers. I’m sure next week will be hot as #$@&%* again. So tune in next week to see how I deal with that mess.
Until then BB’s Keep it Classy,