Rocker Chic

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

Rocker Chic

Location: Burbank – Date: August 8th, 2016

Outfit Details: VO Jeans Jacket (similar, similar, fringe version), Freshman Lace Top (similar, asymmetrical version, similar with ruffles), Francesca’s Lace Bandeau (similar, cross back version) Ambiance Apparel Miniskirt (similar, similar under $20), Black Tights (similar, textured version), Ankle Booties (similar, studded version, similar with fringe), NY & CO Layered Necklace (similar, similar), Vintage Jewelry Lane Rings & Earrings (similar earrings).

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

When I was in middle school, I was totally the girl that embraced the ‘punk girl’ fashion.  I loved going to indie concerts, wearing studs, and throwing on something black.  While I still love all of those things, I find that I style them is much differently than I did in middle school.

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

I love paring a more edgy piece with something a little feminine.  One of my favorite styles to throw together is what I like to call rocker chic.  While studs and lace are fabulous on their own, I think they’re even better when paired together!

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

My favorite piece of this outfit is the studded jacket.  I found it at a consignment shop a few years ago so I don’t have a link to this exact version of it, but you can find similar ones here and here as well as this GORGEOUS fringe version.

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

Since the jacket is such a bold piece, I tried to pair it with soft, feminine and subtle pieces like this lace top.  Other feminine options that would go well are this asymmetrical blush top, and this ruffled off the shoulder top.

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

I accentuated the look with pink pearl jewelry like this layered necklace and these earrings because nothing screams chic to me more than a set of pink pearls!

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

I also put a lace bandeau underneath my top to have some lace peek out to contrast with how many studs are on the jacket.

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

I kept it simple with the bottom half of this ensemble by grabbing my go-to black miniskirt, a pair of black ankle booties and some jet black tights.

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

 It was particularly cold the day I wore this, so having thick tights was necessary for fashion and function!  While I’m loving the tights I wore here, I think these fabulous textured tights need to make an appearance the next time I wear this outfit!

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

The last piece that pulls this outfit together for me is this black vintage clutch I got from Vintage Jewelry Lane.  I think it goes well with both the feminine and rocker elements of this look.

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

With all of those elements thrown together I feel on top of the fashion world.  Half of me feels like a rockstar, and the other half like a princess.

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

It’s definitely safe to say this rocker chic style is here to stay in my wardrobe.

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

Look out California – I’m coming for you – I’m kicking butt and taking names!

One of my favorite things to do is combine feminine styles with a little pop of flare. This rocker chic outfit is a perfect example of that. See it here: www.JessExplainsItAll.com

Outfit Details: VO Jeans Jacket (similar, similar, fringe version), Freshman Lace Top (similar, asymmetrical version, similar with ruffles), Francesca’s Lace Bandeau (similar, cross back version) Ambiance Apparel Miniskirt (similar, similar under $20), Black Tights (similar, textured version), Ankle Booties (similar, studded version, similar with fringe), NY & CO Layered Necklace (similar, similar), Vintage Jewelry Lane Rings & Earrings (similar earrings).

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18 thoughts on “Rocker Chic

  1. Diane V.

    I still remember that little girl from my Montessori class and how hard she always worked, and her kind lovng heart. I’m so proud of your progress and the directions you’re taking in your life. You’re as beautiful on the outside as you are on the inside. I hope one day you visit me in New Zealand. You would love it.

    1. Jess Post author

      Aw, what a sweet, sweet comment! I appreciate you taking the time to stop by and say hi! I love you lots, and miss you. I would LOVE to come out and visit New Zealand. I hope you’re doing well!! <3

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