Can't buy uniqueness!
Like I mention in my previous post - Heavy Heat - coming up with outfit looks during high weather temperatures, can be a bit hard, but definitely not a task we can't solve. During a nice, warm day in New York City, my partner and I decided to go for a small adventure.
While walking on our way to west village, we came across Gay Street. One fact about this street, besides the name, almost every time I come around this area, I always come across this street. To the point, I created the phrase, "You're not in New York City, till you pass through Gay Street".
Before this day, I went to do some grocery shopping at my local Walmart, and if you're like me, I find Walmart style quite okay, but when it comes in finding my size, I do struggle a little since I like my clothes a bit more fitted. So, I usually don't even bother stopping through that section, till that day. And let me tell you, not sure if I was in the mood in trying something new, but I did end up making a couple of extra purchases. One them was this light blue button shirt, which I find quite fresh and stylist, perfect for a causal day, and also, a pair of light grey sneakers, not were only for eight dollars. During this time of the year, I get crazy about hats, I found this Nike grey cap in Walmart for only thirteen dollars, I couldn't say no to that. Like you can see in this post, I basically purchase most of this outfit from Walmart, and I also had to add in my favorite skinny jeans, and a pair of sunglasses to finish the look.
I'm a big believer that you can buy clothes, but definitely not buy style, and that's why I was really happy to have found those items and rock them like no one else could, in my own unique way, just as unique as Gay Street.
Levi's Skinny Jeans
Walmart Grey Sneakers
Nike Grey Cap