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Tom Ford At His Best

In last week’s post, I ripped the new Tom Ford 2020 collection to shreds. Deservedly so mind you. However, the reason I was able to rip that collection to shreds is that I’ve been around long enough to remember when Tom Ford was great. From when he was at the

Tom Ford Has Failed Us All With His New York Fashion Week 2020 Collection

Pandemic or not this is the time to create really killer art. Across all platforms and media. From fashion, movies, music, digital art, physical art, mixed media. it’s all happening now. We have no excuse are creatives to do what we do best (while weathering being forced into/out of lockdown)

The Blondes Inspired Outfits for Less

Today we’re going to have fun making runway looks street street style at a quarter of the price. All while paying homage to one of my favorite duo’s in fashion design. The Blonds out of NYC. I saw their show several months ago on Youtube and died a little bit

How to Dress for Church as an Agnostic Woman

Recently in Tijuana I met these two young Missionary girls here from the U.S. It was while shopping at one of my favorite little vintage boutique’s where I source a lot of my looks from called Creations of Lily. The boutique is an extension of an orphanage that is attached

How to Stay Desert Chic in Baja California Despite the Season

It’s that time of year again. That time of year when all the main-streamers leave the city and go to Coachella to see overly hyped pop acts, people you have never heard with some hip hop sprinkled on top play music in the desert. Yippeeeee Nothing about this festival has

How To Wear Your BDSM Harness As A Layer of Clothing

This week I’m drawing some inspiration from BDSM culture but not at all in a 50 Shades of Grey way. Also, one of the worst takes on BDSM I’ve ever seen in my life. Honestly, could that franchise have been any more diluted, predictable and utterly generic? Some girl constantly

Vintage Perry Ellis Outift Inspired by the 1980’s & 1990’s

When I was 14 I remember getting gifted my first perfume for Christmas. It was Perry Ellis. Today I wanted to take a piece of how the scent turned me onto their menswear line and how the 80’s was not all bad when it came to fashion because of Perry

Soaked in Red & How To Wear XL Band Tees As Petite Women

I was so excited to style this look today simply because I love the band Deftones and love pulling inspiration from music. I also wanted to show petite people how to wear larger sizes yet still have them be fitted to your shape and proportions. This way when you see

In My Mind I’m On A Picnic & Why You Should Mix Prints More Often

In my first blog post for Metal Mouth Style I wrote about Gingham being a print that I loved to incorporate into my wardrobe. I also somehow managed to parlay my love of 90’s pornstars into that same post. I recommend the read if your new to the blog. Today

Let’s Talk About Menswear… And Why It’s Not Just for Men

If you read last weeks Metal Mouth Style blog post you may remember me mentioning a style hack for less by shopping in the juniors section if your petite. This weeks style hack is why you should implore yourself to shop in the men’s section more often than not if