Welcome to the monthly edition of Match made in Seven! We are an international group of fashion bloggers who meet once a month. One of us chooses a theme in turn, and that can be anything. A book, music, a color, a movie. Then we each style an outfit based on that theme. The theme of this month is Punk Style.
Today marks the first of a series of collaborations with these fun blogging friends. These ladies are located around the globe. The collaboration is the brainchild of Nancy of Nancy’s Fashion Style, who shows lots of style from her home in the Netherlands. She is also the blogger who chose our theme of Punk Style for our first edition!
With the theme of Punk, I had a bit of a challenge. Since I tend to dress a bit traditionally with some spiciness thrown in here and there, I had to pause and think about this one.
Just what is a punk style outfit, you ask? Well, here are some characteristics:
- Wear band t-shirts from your favorite pop-punk bands.
- Look for plaid or neutral colored button-up shirts.
- Go for skinny jeans or boyfriend fit jeans.
- Get Converse shoes or Vans shoes.
- Add a pop of color to an all-black outfit.
- Accessorize with jewelry and hats.
So, now take a look at my version of the “punk” style.
The Punk Style Outfit
Since I looked this up after I put together my look, I missed a few things. I do have a couple t-shirts with band names, but there are not punk–more 70’s style! Lol! I did add the plaid shirt, skinny jeans, and an all-black outfit with a pop of color. But I missed the hat and Converse or Vans sneakers. Since my Converse shoes are pink they wouldn’t have worked anyway!
The black pieces were easy: coated skinny jeans, long sleeve tee, and black booties.
My good Old Navy flannel shirt was a good match.
The final touch is my shoes and bag: studded booties and a suede slouch bag.
And how punk is Sergeant in HIS black and white punk? Haha! He is always watching us when we take photos and trying to figure out what the heck we are doing. Kind of like us! Lol!
It turns out that my version of punk is not so far “out there!” This is actually an outfit I could wear on a chilly day to do any number of things. It’s a bit dark, which isn’t my usual choice, but it works for a cold or rainy day!
Be sure to take a look at the other bloggers in the Match Made in Seven group to see how they interpreted the Punk theme this month:
Debbie of https://www.debbiestyleslife.
Darlene of https://aquamarinastyle.com/
Sonja of https://www.yustsome.nl/
Bettye of https://fashionschlub.com/
Anna of https://www.muttonstyle.com/
Emma of http://www.style-splash.com/
Nancy of https://www.
Do you do punk? Even without meaning to?
Until next time, thanks for stopping by today.