“We mustn’t dwell… no, not today. We CAN’T. Not on Rex Manning day.”
One of my favorite movies is Empire Records. I had a serious crush on Johnny Whitworth. So here’s an ode to Liv Tyler’s style… the cropped shirt, plaid mini and combat boots. Oh how I don’t miss the 90’s, well, minus the combat boots because I feel like they never really did go out of style.
Images via AmericanApparel.com, Singer22.com, FreePeople.com
I dig the Wildfox Seniors Cropped Tee. Wildfox Couture draws its inspirations from Native American artwork and vintage rock & roll t-shirts. The style screams So. Cal edge with its easy, breezy nature.
Images via Express.com, Bluefly.com, Bloomingdales.com
If I was to channel the style of Liv, er “Corey”, I’d go with the Elizabeth & James “Starr” skirt (pictured last) for the sheer reason it has tiered ruffles (love). Also pictured: Express skirt and McQ By Alexander McQueen plaid mini.
Images via RevolveClothing.com, YOOX.com, eLuxury.com
Ok, so these soles will never go out of style. I prefer the Rock & Republic Diego Combat Boot due to its edgy and sleek vibe (pictured first) over the YOOX Alfred boots and Rick Owens laced combat boots.
“In the immortal words of the Doors, ‘The time to hesitate is through.'”