#OOTD: Fashionista Fashion Week

Although New York Fashion week SS16 may be coming to an end, fashion month (as I like to call it) has just begun. The biannual fashion-focused event means a couple things, but mainly 1) runway content is pretty much trumping all other photos, videos, etc., in my social media feeds, and 2) I’m about to get a ton of wear out of my latest purchase from Fashionista’s new merchandise line – a Fashionista-branded 2016 fashion week T-shirt.

Even though I technically live more than 620 miles away from the epicenter of New York fashion week, and 3,746 miles from the next round of shows in London, there’s no reason that I can’t still show my pride, right?

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T-shirts, especially this one, are obviously super cool because of their unexpected versatility. Styling at your discretion, you can dress it down, dress them up, whatever you want, and still make it look awesome.

I last wore this particular graphic tee on a lazy Sunday — a day that I happened to attend a local HGTV event (random), make breakfast, visit my grandma (who genuinely complimented my top), and workout — and my look, which also included destroyed boyfriend-fit jeans from H&M, a metallic Marc Jacobs clutch, Ray Bans, and chunky heeled Rebecca Minkoff sandals, definitely pulled through during the day.

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Basically, if my grandma — a bomb ass, 90-year-old woman with a wardrobe full of matching tops and bottoms, an array of eccentric costume jewelry, and fur coats —thinks that my Fashionista Fashion Week shirt is cool, then, well, I guess she may be on to something.

If you’re into my top as well and want to have your own go at styling it, then definitely check out fashionistamerch.com. Along with my T-Shirt, Fashionista’s line of items includes a “Make Fashion Great Again” embroidered hat, an “Internets” embroidered T-shirt, and a “See Now, Buy Now” tote bag and denim jacket. It’s good stuff.

Emma Klug started The Style Note in the fall of 2012. Her writing has been featured in DBusiness Magazine, Chicago Sun-Times, Nothing Major, The Working Wardrobe, Chicago Talks, Inexpensive Chic, and The Wayne State University student paper: The South End. When she’s not writing you can find her eating pizza, binge-watching Netflix and working her day job as a magazine editor.
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