All Net

Fishnet. It’s an inherently tawdry article of clothing, is it not? That being said, I interpret it more from a visual standpoint; the perfect criss-crossing of black lines across bare legs. I also like that we are re-appropriating the idea of the type of woman who would wear this, by making this an every day thing. Taking the subversive and spinning it. I think a lot of us (even myself) are asking what is the purpose of fashion right now? Why am I blogging when the world literally has been turned upside down?

Well, in my quiet ruminations, I’ve realized that fashion has always been a means (and some times the only vehicle) for women to rebel, to shout by way of how we choose to cloth our bodies. It’s a form of expression, a quiet protestation that is just as powerful. In a recent podcast I listened to, Mary Tyler Moore (RIP) described how she fought earlier in her career to wear pants (instead of a skirt and apron) on the Dick Van Dyke show. ‘No one vacuums in a dress at home!’ she quipped. So, it’s true, clothes can be a vehicle for change.

Wearing Isabel Marant sweater and skirt, Agent Provocateur stockings, Chanel shoes + clutch, Ellery sunglasses



  1. Sophie says:

    The fishnet tights add so much to this look!

  2. Areli says:

    This look is so rock’n’roll chic!!
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  3. sahra says:

    love those grande fishnets!!

    XO Sahra
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  4. Brenea White says:

    I follow you on Instagram and your style is impeccable! So are your photos, they always blow me away when I see you on my TL.

  5. This look is so rock’n’roll ! LOVE IT

  6. Jennifer says:

    Lovely outfit! The fishnet tights gives the outfit an edgy feel. 🙂

  7. That’s a great sweater! A must have for winter!

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