This floral bomber jacket is THE most perfect piece for Spring.
THE LOOK | graphic sweatshirt c/o, floral bomber jacket c/o (sold out, shop more below), ripped denim, saddle bag c/o, gray heels
I love this floral bomber jacket so much. I wear it a decent amount, and now that Spring is here in New York City, it’s easy to wear as my outer layer. It’s a really cool piece to have in your closet (I know, I know, florals for Spring are so groundbreaking. Whatever.)
I wore it just before it started getting cold in the Fall, and set it aside once it became Winter. I hate wearing too many jacket pieces (bomber, down coat, etc.), because I feel lumpy and just get overheated too quickly. So you could imagine my excitement once the weather started getting nicer and I didn’t need to wear a jacket. Instead, I try to wear lighter layers.
And now, I’d like to introduce you all to a new-to-me (and amazing) brand: Knowlita
You all know by now that I am a born and raised New Yorker who has a lot of love for her city and the style its residents possess. When I see a brand is either New York City based or just all about the city, I can’t help but love them. I randomly found Knowlita on Instagram and reached out to the founder, Quincy. I was so thrilled when he offered to send me some pieces, and I knew I wanted to feature them as soon as possible.
This New York Or Nowhere sweatshirt is probably my favorite piece. Not only is it ridiculously soft and cozy, but it really just shows what I stand for. To me, it really is New York or nowhere. This is my home: the place I’ve grown up in, and the place I always want to represent. Even if you’re not from New York, you might be able to find something that suits you here.
Oh and yes, you’ll be seeing A LOT of these jeans in the upcoming weeks (also mentioned in my ripped jeans guide). Whenever I go to shoot, they’re ALL I want to wear. I keep trying to pair things with other types of jeans and denim…but I still go back to this pair. They’re just perfect. So prepare yourself, you’ll be seeing them many more times.