Hey do any of you guys know how I can get to Central Perk cafe? Because obviously, I’m dressed to be an extra on the remake of Friends. Juuuuuuustttt kidding. But on the reals, today’s blog has got some serious 90’s throwback vibes.
It started off with the slip dress, which is the perfect layering item for the current “cant make up my mind am I cold or am I nice” Spring weather. you can layer it with a short sleeve or a turtleneck depending on how nippy it is outside.
When I took this picture last weekend, the day weather was awesome: sunny but cool. While your out walking around in the sun, its even nice enough to go sans jacket and bare your arms. But since I knew I was going to be out all day until sunset, I still packed a denim jacket with me for that time when the sun’s away and I’m in the shade.
To top off outfit, I of course had to pair the slip dress with some 90’s appropriate accessories. Nothing screams 90s more than a teeny tiny backpack and Dr. Martens.
Random true story: when I was growing up in Indonesia, my family couldn’t afford real Dr. Martens. So instead I had these bootleg versions of them. I don’t remember exactly what mine was called, but I do remember all the bootleg versions would have these stupid ridiculous sounding name, like Dr. Steven or something like that. Now that I am a salary earning adult, I had to make sure I have a REAL version of the Dr Martens.
What about you guys? Do you own something now that you’ve wanted since you were young but can only afford to buy now?
Before you read on, by the way, the rubes at FTC requires me to let you know that there may be affiliate links below.
Outfit Combo: cupro slip dress from Topshop, AIRism scoop neck short-sleeve shirt from Uniqlo, wanna rock all night choker from Ettika, kelly denim jacket from Brandi Melville, strand due 43mm from Christian Paul Watches, venice matt sunnies from Kapten & Son, sheer tights from Item M6, clemency smooth boots from Dr. Martens, backpack from Urban Outfitters.